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  1. Goghee To Go Korean BBQ Tacos

    (Inwood/near Harry Hines in old Burguesa Burger spot)

    The good: DELICIOUS food! Loved the beef, pork and mushroom tacos. Free taco on opening day. Free cookie for the long wait.

    The bad: Ran out of chicken, ran out of gimchee.

    The ugly: Had to wait an hour and twenety minutes for our food. (It was opening day and they had the free taco promotion, but man… I’ll have to wait awhile before I attempt that again on my lunch break.) Hopefully they’ve worked out the kinks.

  2. Went to Zanata in downtown Plano and had an amazing meal. Crab dip appetizer and spinach salad… had lobster spaghetti which sustained me for 2 days and my cousin had a beef stew. We shared a butterscotch custard that I am still thinking about 5 days later.

  3. We tried Densetsu in Plano this week.
    It’s a new Japanese restaurant, fairly small, but with very nice decor.
    The food was absolutely delicious and the staff was great, too. I highly recommend them.
    We’ll definitely be back!

  4. Had a really wonderful dinner at Isabella’s Italian Restaurant in Frisco. Our waiter, Joseph, was one of a kind. He was expedient, helpful, and entertaining. We tried the olive and pancetta stuffed pork tenderloin, calamari, chicken parmesan, a pizza, some pastas, salads, desserts….many things. All were excellent. Can’t wait to go back.

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  6. Taco Tuesday at Punta Bonita at Rosewood Mayakoba. Good lord that food is good. Cochinita Pibil, duck tacos with tamarind sauce, flank steak (or flanka steaka as they say)and Tikin Xic (fish). Outstanding food.

  7. Sage Restaurant, Aria Hotel, Las Vegas. One of the best meals I’ve had in a long time, a foie gras custard brulee I’m still thinking about, and impeccable service. Outstanding restaurant in every sense of the word.

  8. Wonderful meal and service last night at Local in Deep Elum. I’m Vegan and they were very gracious to accommodate items on the menu for me. My husband had the Sea Bass over a Lemon Risotto that he said was delicious and the portion was the right amount. Great spot for a nice quiet, fantastic meal. Always consistent and seasonal with their food.

  9. Birthday dinner at Tillman’s Roadhouse in Oak Cliff – terrific as always. The braised buffalo short rib (i.e. pot roast), pork chop and goat cheese-stuffed chicken all stunned. Though the restaurant’s real secret weapon is the goat cheese-stuffed tater tots. They come with a few entrees, or you can order them as a side. Salty, creamy bliss!

    The s’mores dessert is something I’ve always wanted to order, and finally with five people along for the ride, I had the appetite to do so. It’s a winner. Not only a lot of fun – you get to build your s’mores with a live fire right on the table – the house-made marshmallows and graham crackers really elevated everything. I don’t think it’s quite enough for six diners, but it would be perfect for four.

  10. Dinner at Nova. Food was good as always, but our waiter was flat-out obnoxious. I might just opt to eat at the bar next time and avoid taking my chances with the waitstaff.

  11. Also ate at Nova, decadent fois gras sliders, beautiful and complex lamb shank tagine, and — my favorite — whole grilled bronzini with some sort of cold potato and garlic puree. It was awesome. We had a female server who was terrific.

  12. @Cassie: We had high hopes to make it to Zanata’s opening weekend, but alas! We’ll be there on Sunday to try the Camembert Fondue and Venetian Torte that I saw on the special list and something tasty in between.

    Last week Cafe Izmir combo dinner for two. Always a solid choice.

  13. Nova on Davis Street in Oak Cliff tonight. Sensational 1/2 pound Bison burger nicely charred outside and a beautiful medium rare inside. Topped with aged cheddar, sauteed onions and bacon. Also served with great crispy French fries that were addictive.

  14. @downtowner: Yes, eat at the bar next time at Nova and ask for Kerry to serve you. She’s a hoot! And, knows her stuff.
    Ask for some of her home made vanilla lemoncello.

  15. Kenny Wood Fired Grill, Addison; pretty good, very ample portions, next time will probably split entree. Our party had New England Style stuffed fish, fish sandwich, and salmon. All were very well prepared and presented. May also go back to try the bar, seems very active and interesting. Als, looking forward to Zanata.

  16. Eno’s in Bishop Arts. Utter service catastrophe. I’ve always had a great experience when I sit at the bar, but after yet another negative service experience, I’m officially done with Eno’s if it means dealing with their waiters.

  17. Sweet Georgia Brown. Could be the best BBQ we’ve had so far in Dallas. The “meat and three” selections are amazing. Soul food buffet at it’s very best!
    Click on the Yelp link and read the reviews.
    The servers are pleasant and helpful and, they even have someone to bring your drinks to your table after you pay and seat yourselves. Then, they’re happy to pack up to go, the loads of food you couldn’t finish. One tip: Bring your own Splenda or Sweet ‘n Low for the unsweetened tea. They serve sweet tea but, they only have sugar.

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/sweet-georgia-brown-bar-b-que-buffet-dallas