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[Dallas] Mooyah Burgers & Fries

Just opened on Park and North Dallas Tollway NW Corner along Park.

It's a very interesting fast food concept. The meat is obviously fresh ground and quite high quality. You order your burger and most of the toppings including items like mushroom, grilled onions etc are complimentary. There is no reason to every order more than their Jr. version. The fries are the east coast style browned more mushy fries.

They have burgers, fries and shakes and that's it. Overall I would rate them one of the better burgers in the area. I ate at Kincaids yesterday and would say overall they rate better than kinkaids.

http://www.mooyah.com/default.php?pag...

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  1. Thanks for the info - this is close to my husband's work. We will definitely need to try it.

    The fries sound like the same as the legendary Chicago hot dog stand "Gene & Jude's". The prices seem extremely reasonable also, especially if the Jr is enough. I am heading to Chicago for Easter, but I look forward to getting back to try this place!

    1. Turns out they are in the same shopping strip as my hairstylist, so I popped in to give it a try this afternoon. Your description was pretty spot on-- I had the junior burger with bacon and cheese along with a helping of fries. I've never been a fan of that style of fries, but the burger was pretty good for its fast food class and was just enough food. I wouldn't hesitate to go there again, though I'm probably not going to make any special trips to Plano just to have it.

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      1. re: vktp

        Funny enough I am not a big fan of those fries either, but... One of my coworkers of from the NJ shore and says they are "boardwalk fries" and that the only way to eat them is to douse them with malt vinegar first and them dunk liberally in ketchup. I did this and they became pretty darn good. I still like shoestring style fries much better, but these are not bad.

        1. re: irodguy

          Huh. I did notice the bottles of malt vinegar next to the ketchup dispenser and wonder what they were for. You learn something every day. I'll give that a try next time. Thanks for the tip!

          1. re: vktp

            Yep, this style of french fries is definitely "boardwalk fries", they're limp and browned, usually with the skin on. I personally don't do the ketchup thing with these, but the malt vinegar is a must. And you need to practically soak the fries in it. Yummmmmmm.

            This place sounds very similar to a place up in the DC/Delaware/NJ area called Five Guys Burgers. As a matter of fact, looking at their webpage, it's almost exactly the same.

      2. I lined up early saturday and was one of their first 100. I thought the regular size burger was just fine and I definitely plan on going back to this place.

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        1. re: air

          Did you get the free burgers for a year?

            1. re: air

              Whey cool! I was orignally riding tour Dallas, but did not due to the cold, and promptly forgot about trying for the first 100.

        2. Okay, so I went up there tonight west on park at the Tollway, and for the life of me, I absolutely COULD NOT find this place! What is next to it? Looked everywhere to no avail! Help!

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          1. re: jinet12

            West of Willow Bend Mall in the shopping strip with Chic-Fil-A, Office Max, some hobby store, and I think a Bed Bath Beyond. Facing Park.

            1. re: vktp

              Wow...I was in that shopping strip, and yet did not see it! I will try again..Thanks!

              1. re: jinet12

                It faces Park next to the suzuki dealer.

          2. The burgers are good but I wouldn't go out of my way to try them out.

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            1. re: Shalley

              There today for first time. As good as Hunky's - my current burger fave. As close to In and Out as you can get. Fresh, tasty, great fries, clean - I love it....Jon B