- 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. daily
- Vegetarian Friendly, Family Style, Takeout
- Free Parking
Top pick: The smooth cross-sections of pig ears doused in chili oil are a great appetizer, and “dry pots” featuring proteins like bullfrog are fun to share among a larger table. Don’t miss the quick-fried green beans.
The downside: Maybe study the menu in advance, because it’s a 42-page monster. Also, the scallion pancakes might just be Dallas’ worst.
Fun fact: Hunan Bistro is nextdoor to the DFW Reptarium. One-stop shopping?
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