- Vegetarian Friendly, Local ingredients, Business Dining, Family Style, Patio/Sidewalk Dining
- Lunch, Dinner, Snack Food
- Full bar
- Parking Lot Available, Valet Parking
- Reservations Recommended
Top pick: Bring friends so you can try as many meze and pastas as possible. No, an order of fresh-baked pita bread is not free, but yes, it is well worth the cost and comes with a small bowl of outrageously good olive oil.
The downside: A few early visits yielded dishes that were slightly too salty; the problem seems to be fading as the kitchen matures.
Fun fact: In addition to an entire menu of different gin and tonics, Sachet boasts the best wine program in Dallas. The wine list notates natural, biodynamic and organic bottlings, and encompasses wines from Spain, Morocco, France, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, Turkey, Lebanon, Israel and Texas. Feeling a bit lost? Seemingly every employee on staff can tell you, with sincere enthusiasm, about their particular favorites.
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