Must Eat's in DFW
Hello! I'm fairly new to the area. Specifically, I live in Tarrant County. I'm curious about all the little hole-in-the-walls or fantastic places to eat around my neighborhood and DFW in general.
My favorite eats are authentic Chinese, Indian, and Greek, gourmet-type sandwiches, and comfort foods/America classics.
I'm looking mostly for non-chain types of places, as well as funky local eateries that aren't your typical 'Texas' restaurant. With that said, however, I'm also looking for great 'Texas' restaurants.
In any case... I'm looking for great food!
PS. If it helps at all... I'm obsessed with Central Market...
I see you're in Roanoke. You need to get to Babe's Chicken stat, if you already haven't.
They're the best in the area for fried chicken, at least in my opinion.
I don't know much else over in that area. I live in Tarrant Cty too, but at the southern end of the airport. There are a few small places over this way that I've found. I have yet to find a gourmet sandwich place.
Oh were to Start
Thai- Taste of Thai (360 and Arkansas) very good and small.
Beef Curry, cheese rolls, Mesomen all very good. very busy at lunch.
Green Bambo- Keller
New this last year- not the screaming best but so far they are very good.
Salads #39 excellent, seafood mix was disappointing, still getting settled.
Friends say the Pho is excellent; I don't do soup...
Tandoor- (Indian) Arlington (I-30) exit fielder head south to Randoll Mill.
Perhaps my favorite Indian food- mini Indian store next door
British Shop- Grapevine
All the speciality items you can hope for without the 600.00 ticket to England.
Tea, Ribena (grape juice) and biscuits excellent, british candy and odds and ends.
Northern Italian - Piccolo Mondo's
(I30, Exit Collins 157 north, shopping center- down from Boston uck market)
No other... Same pricing as say finer eteries but much better food.
Pink covered tables, excellent wine, nice holiday dinner.
Samon, veal, sausages, Fettuccine Alfredo, clams- all good.
Big Fish Seafood bar and Grill (Grapevine
)Off main street historic section (414 S Main St, Grapevine, TX 76051 )
Excellent sea food, oyster have been great- fair price, garlic steak excellent
Crab options, crab claws- starter. Wife loves it... or other seafood place is in Rockport on the coast for comparison.
A couple of door down-
Napoli's Italian Cafe
309 South Main Street, Grapevine, TX 76051
Very good Pizza, excellent sauce.
Zeke's Fish & Chips
(British Style Fish and Chips)
5920 Curzon Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Get the short stack with fried Mushrooms as alt to chips.
Serious deep fried! Hush puppies also good with zing.
Avocado sandwich is excellent
Joe t's (family Mexician)
Menu on Sundays- lots of options
two items for dinner- unless you request salad with toppings
Serious strong Margarita- buy the pitcher $27 for five drinks verses $5.50 a glass. we'll just say, wife has three and is happy. Four or more and help is required.
Excellent gardens, pool is romantic at night, they put out fire pots at this time of year. Warning- this is our family meeting for all holidays, parties.
Single guys- lots of ladies... very social in the summer.
Indoor seating can be a tad loud.
Don't forget the bakery up front. Yum-o as the wife says.
Finally- good micro brew
North of DFW (airport) is Bass Pro Shop, next door is Big Bucks.
recently changed chiefs- limited menu but very good beer, fresh, and not held up with preservatives. Beef soup was good (hey its steak), ribs good, steak was good but touch pricey, up stairs bar- lots of tv's. they were selling mini kegs earlier in the year for their brews.
Value for money-
Salt Grass, split a meal, excellent ribs, great atmosphere, huge cheese cake, bar and drinks leave something to be desired.
Lucille's Bistro - Fort Worth, near the Arts District
Kincaid's - Fort Worth, Southlake, Arlington - Best Burgers in the Metroplex
Ton's Mongolian Grill - Arlington
Chuy's and JoeT's Fort Worth
Herrerra's - Carrollton, Addison? (I'm not sure if the Addison Location is still open)