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Ebesu Robata and Sushi

In the months before coronavirus arrived, Ebesu was one of the Dallas area’s most exciting new restaurants, an all-around excellent Japanese spot with no weaknesses and some unique strengths. Most...
Japanese
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Haywire

American, Steak
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Xi'an Yummy Foods - Closed

Well-traveled diners will immediately notice that the name of Xi’an Yummy Foods bears a resemblance to a certain well-loved chain from the New York City area. Certain dishes at the New York...
Chinese
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Zorba's

Right on the edge of Plano is a Greek restaurant that puts all those Manhattan coffee shops to shame. This family establishment is a treat. Start with the appetizers and stay there awhile. The...
Greek, Mediterranean
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Shark Club Sports Grill

Bar Food
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Courtyard Theater

Performing Arts Venues
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Legacy Hall

Health and Fitness
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Wu Wei Din

Some of the best noodles, wontons and soups in the area are served at Wu Wei Din, a Plano spot with Taiwanese roots. Many of the regulars are devotees of pork chop fried rice — a decent bowl of...
Chinese, Taiwanese
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Wa Kubota - Closed

In Dallas, Teiichi Sakurai and his friends serve an abundance of superb Japanese food in a variety of styles. Tei-An sources impeccable sushi and serves beautiful noodles; Tei Tei Robata and Teppo...
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Kumar's

Kumar’s uses savvy, “small plates” marketing to appeal to a non-Indian audience, but the restaurant is usually buzzing with south Indian guests who know the kitchen is turning out some of the best...
Indian

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