The aura of Downtown Fort Worth is exemplified in the surroundings of this distinctive dining establishment. Contemporary, chic furnishings are complemented by contemporary fare, including seafood and a collection of Thai spices. The best bet for lunch in Bangkok City is the buffet, which serves as a sampler for all of the entrees available. Menu favorites include red curry chicken, and the spicy seafood soup.The restaurant is also well known for its vegetarian entrees, which are made with tofu instead of meat.
King Tut is located in a newly renovated area near downtown Fort Worth. Opened by Cairo native Amin Mahmoud in October of 1992, King Tut features Egyptian, Greek and Middle Eastern food in a setting that features tapestries, Egyptian figures and images of the real King Tut adorning the walls. Entrees include fried falafel with chickpeas, fava beans, onions and leeks, Macarona Bil Bechamel- an Egyptian-style lasagna with sirloin beef and tubular pasta as opposed to lasagna noodles, and the delectable shawarma, which combines loads of shrimp, chicken breast, lamb or sirloin with onions, tomatoes and spices. Several vegetarian dishes are also available, whereas desserts such as the beloved Baklava uphold the Greek theme.
Chef-proprietor Michael Thomson has offered fine dining at this Forth Worth legend for many years. Michaels Restaurant offers only the best in contemporary ranch-style cuisine, while the less formal Ancho Chile Bar offers food as well as drinks. The casual ambience in each is equally suited to business travelers and families. Signature dishes include the venison quesadillas, the pecan chicken stuffed with goat cheese and the pistachio salmon fillet. Rich desserts such as key lime pie and flan with roasted pecan sauce make for excellent choices. A sunday brunch is offered every weekend, with features items such as eggs benedict and specialty omelets. The full wine list is reasonably priced.
Caro's Mexican Food, a family owned restaurant, has been serving Fort Worth residents since the 1940s. Owner Lou Caro Whitten boasts that his recipes, which have been handed down from generations are as old as the Aztecs. At the front, an ornate carved wood entrance door extends a warm welcome to all visitors. Mexican breakfast is a big hit here and is in demand all day long; try the chorizo sausage and eggs or migas (scrambled eggs, tortilla chips, onions, tomatoes, bell peppers and jalapenos). Specialty dinner entrees include the Mexican spaghetti (made from fideo noodles), complete with a rich, spicy sauce of tomatoes, green peppers and pork and the arroz con pollo, a half chicken liberally seasoned with Mexican spices.
150 West Third Street (Sundance Square) Ft. Worth, TX 76102
This is one of downtown Fort Worth's favorite restaurants. Located in Sundance Square across the street from the Worthington Hotel, it is also within walking distance from the Fort Worth/Tarrant County Convention Center. Billy Miner's serves excellent food and provides good entertainment in an old-western atmosphere. Specialties include the half-pound burgers, Billy's steak sandwich and the grilled chicken sandwich. The ice cold long necks and frozen margaritas serve as the perfect accompaniment.
In business since 1995, 8.0 enjoys a prime location at Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth. The interior is decorated with murals painted by local artists; live music is performed every weekend by celebrities such as Collin Hill. The lunch and dinner menu selections are eclectic and health conscious. Entrees include baked fish in lemon butter sauce, traditional pasta dishes and a variety of 8.0's own blue plate specials. House specialty drinks include martinis and blue things(frozen margaritas).
If seafood is your thing, it doesn't get much better - or much fresher - than Flying Fish. This place offers a variety of fish and seafood in a "fast-casual" format where tipping is absolutely not expected. Bring the whole family and take your pick from a fresh selection of catfish, shrimp, oysters and more. Bring in a photo of your biggest catch and they will even put it on the wall. Great for families, Flying Fish is a can't miss bet for tasty seafood in a casual atmosphere.
If you've never tried German cuisine, do yourself a favor and make Greenwood's your initial foray into this under-appreciated cuisine. The restaurant's mom-and-pap decor, consisting of bright colors and a few pictures of Germany on the walls, nicely set the stage for the feast to come. Dishes include various kinds of schnitzel, soups, salads and specialties like Schwaebische Kaesespaetzle Mit Zwiebeln, a German noodles dish with cheese and onions. This authentic restaurant earns rave reviews from diners and publications alike, so come see what the fuss is all about.
Located near Texas Christian University, this long-time favorite still serves some of the best fried seafood in the city. The friendly staff and cheap eats make it popular with the local university students, but it also a comfortable stop for families and business people. The menu includes mainly fried entrees, so if you are looking for heart healthy fare, you might look elsewhere. However, there are a few grilled seafood dishes. Menu highlights include fried oysters, fresh fried catfish, and fried shrimp. Popular side dishes include jalapeno hush puppies and French fries.
Late-night hours make this place a favorite haunt for night revelers and couples out on the town. There's plenty of space and sunshine in this large room, in which windows line an entire wall. The patio is romantic, and a roaring jukebox adds jazzy ambiance. More traditionally minded diners will enjoy cheese fries and chicken-fried steak, while the grilled chicken will satisfy dieters. Lovers of the esoteric might like to try the ostrich burger. There are also specialty drinks such as the bright blue electric lemonade to lighten your spirits.
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