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Chai Khanah - Closed

The Top 100 Dallas Restaurants, No. 47: One of the finest Iraqi restaurants in the Dallas area — and there is more competition than you might suspect — Chai Khanah is helmed by an owner who fled...
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

Bilad Bakery & Restaurant

This superb bakery in Richardson got its start turning out excellent samoon bread from Iraq and trays of delightful desserts like pistachio puffs and baklava. But for nearly a decade now, Bilad...
Middle Eastern, Bakery

India Chaat Cafe

This versatile North Dallas eatery seemingly does it all, from killer chaat — street snacks — to Desi-style pizzas topped with curry spices and paneer. The chaat is some of the area’s best, and...
Indian, Pakistani

Tantuni Mediterranean Grill

The best Turkish food in the Dallas area comes from Tantuni, a Richardson spot which specializes in hatay chicken, a scorching roasting technique from eastern Anatolia. Adana kebabs — ground lamb...
Turkish, Mediterranean

La Salsa Verde

Dallasites hate paying real money for Mexican food, an attitude that discourages innovation and promotes the condescending, prejudiced view that tacos should all be made with bad ingredients by...

Saigon Block Restaurant

Many of the regulars at this Richardson institution come to share a bounteous portion of whole roasted catfish, priced by size and served with rice paper, sauces and herbs for make-them-yourself...
Asian, Vietnamese


The Dallas area’s only Egyptian restaurant focuses on street eats, including ta’meya, a freshly fried snack much like falafel but made with fava beans. Also irresistible is fattah, a fork-tender...


Much like Mr. Max in Irving, Richardson’s Masami is a neighborhood staple for solid Japanese fare at prices that won’t bust your wallet. The interior is quiet and welcoming, and the sushi chefs at...

Thai's Thumbz

The Thai food at this restaurant on Richardson’s north side is a cut above the quality of other similar spots around town. Thai’s Thumbz may have a cornball name, but it also has good fried rice...

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