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Food Feedback Friday

Did you get out to dine this week? Discover anything new and exciting or perchance have a dreadful dinner? We’d love to hear the good, bad, and the ugly. Last week, a few of you discovered a few places just on the outskirts of town: Underground Indian Cuisine in Las Colinas,  Thai Papaya Garden in Euless, Brushy Creek Winery in Alvord,  Gogo Gumbo in Boyd, and Pluckers.

  • rvponders

    CrushCraft – Spot on phat ke mao. I barely needed to add any chili sauce.

    Sera – Probably most underrated restaurant in the metro. Chef was apparently trained by the guys at El Celler de Can Roca and it shows. From small plates to large, haven’t had a bad dish here yet. Highly recommend the fideua negra, the pan con tomate, the bacalao and the tortilla. Oh and the meyer lemon marmalade.

    Mesa – Had the enmoladas and the enchiladas de mole. OK, it was a lot of mole sauce, and I really should try something else, but the mole is so good (and really, even better than I remember it being last time). Great service and glad to see the place busier than the last time I was here.

    Taj Chaat House – If you do venture here, be prepared to wait a while, but it will be totally worth it if you are looking for authentic Indian street food. Oh, and it will be packed to the brim and really loud. Really, it’s part of the experience. Think of it as a trip to India without having to go through airport security.

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