2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Dallas, TX 75219
A recipient of the AAA Five-Diamond award for sixteen consecutive years, this restaurant knows fine dining. Make sure you're dressed your best as you step into the luxurious surroundings of this establishment. Sorry, no tennis shoes and baggy jeans are allowed here. The eatery is sprawled over an area of 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) and includes a number of private dining areas. Enjoy award-winning southwestern delicacies while sipping on your wine.
Foodies love to experiment when they stop by at this restaurant, next to the Central Expressway. Everything on the menu has exotic sounding names, each dish has its fans, and the smell of Tex-Mex food is everywhere. So each time you stop by, you'll want to eat something different. Try out delicacies like the Guacamole, Fajitas A La Mejicana and Pollo Con Hongos. Take a sip or more at the bar. Hungry mobs ensure that the cooked food is quickly gulped down by the dozen. Thus, you can be sure that the food you're munching is really fresh and not just reheated. Step in and find out what makes this place so popular.
One of Dallas' original sushi bars, Sushi on McKinney has been in business since the mid-'80s. The sushi bar offers well-lit seating that allows you to watch the sushi chef perform culinary magic. Other dining is more traditional. A cheery, entertaining, Japanese slide show serves as art. The service is fast and efficient. Fresh is the key to good sushi and this is as fresh as it gets. A favored entree is Mama San's Shrimp with scallops, asparagus and mushrooms, sautéed in an herbed lemon butter. Bouillabaisse Nippon is this restaurant's version of the admiral's platter, a combination of seafood served on a bed of udon noodles.
Avanti Ristorante is a small neighborhood café in the Uptown area that caters to a cosmopolitan clientele. Owner Jack Ekhtiar presents jazz nightly for your enjoyment. Contemporary, slightly Bohemian decor complements the penchant for jazz. The flagship menu item is a roasted spring chicken half with saffron rice, grilled vegetables and brandy demi-glaze. For a somewhat lighter, less meaty meal, try the eggplant Morocco, served over couscous with vegetables.
Francois and Catherine Fotre run this delightful French restaurant. La Mirabelle offers fine dining without the Baroque decor, so common among French contemporaries. Palate-pleasing specialties include Risotto with wild mushrooms, leek soup, salmon, scallop and shrimp cake, Caesar salad made table side, New York strip steak with a creamy peppercorn sauce, and an ostrich and venison plate sauced with chestnuts, currants and mushrooms. A full wine list complements the meal.
This chic Dallas French bistro serving Gaelic foods, is a favorite among Dallas' high society, but the menu remains reasonably priced. Chef Remy Thomas and owner Alberto Lombardi conspire to combine French and Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is layed out for a romantic evening with private, gauze-draped booths, soft lighting and natural, oiled wood accents. Specialty dishes include Tomato Basil Omelet, Steak Tartare, Chicken Liver Mousse, and Bizu Salad (pear slivers, spinach leaves, feta cheese and raspberry vinaigrette).
Many people have been coming to Buck Kao's Royal China since its beginning in 1974. Royal China offers beautiful Chinese-style lighting and wall hangings for an upscale, quiet, and romantic ambiance. Specialty dishes include hot and sour soup and steamed pan-fried pork dumplings. The menu also includes mixed drinks, wine and beer to complement any meal.
This is a good spot for a late-night dinner. Warm, thoughtful service and large servings are normal at the New Big Wong. The décor is traditional Chinese style, but the lighting is almost romantic. The superb wait staff will do their best to anticipate your every need without being intrusive. The menu boasts authentic Asian foods including deliciously spicy seafood dishes. Selections include shrimp, scallops, or crab meat. The fully stocked bar offers the ideal accompaniment to your meal.
York Street is a cozy, intimate, chef-owned café. You will find yourself drawn into the romantic atmosphere of York Street, a small, traditionally furnished haven-where you can have an intimate conversation and enjoy an elegant meal. There is a fully stocked bar and the dinner menu changes nightly-pampering the diners daily with exotic flavors. The menu of this small bistro is a relief from the usual beef and chicken.
Authentic Middle Eastern cuisine is what you'll find at Cafe Izmir, voted one of the "100 Best Restaurants in Dallas." The Nazari family maintains a high standard of excellent service and exotic cuisine. Part of the Izmir experience is the anticipation of what meal you will be served. The only decision you'll need to make is the type of meat you prefer, or you can go vegetarian. You might want to make reservations, since this place can get pretty crowded. Izmir provides an upscale, casual environment that highlights the sights and aromas of the Iranian culture. Several dining tables are available for large groups, as well as a patio for outdoorsy types. The eclectic crowd is a source of entertainment in itself. If you're not adventurous enough to let the cook create your meal, take baby steps and start with Tuesday Tapas Night, when you can choose from a wide variety of Middle Eastern appetizers.
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