Dallas, TX 75062
- 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Mon-Sat
- $; $$
- Wheelchair accessible
- Lunch, Dinner
- Parking Lot Available
- Reservations Not Necessary
Top pick: The chef’s choice sampler plate of three appetizers is just $10 — including a glass of beer.
The downside: Even when the restaurant is operating at full capacity, there are only 30 seats, so arrive early or order takeout.
Fun fact: If you elect to eat at a table, you’ll need to remove your shoes and sit on the floor.
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