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This restaurant as its name implies specializes in the vietamese soup, pho. They serve other food here, but when I would stop in for lunch that is all I ordered. I have sampled pho all over North America and this is by far my favorite. If in DFW and you want to try something other than steak, BBQ or Mexican, check out this restaurant.
Favorite Dish: Got to go with the pho
Written Sep 16, 2006
Address: 2525 E Arkansas Ln Ste 223, Arlington, TX
This long standing family restaurant has quickly expanded from 2 to 4 locations in the DFW metroplex that I know of. There is an excellent lunch buffet on weekdays and it is always a good place to have dinner and a few drinks. The setting is quite relaxing and feels like the family run outfit that it is. I have never seen the place empty during business hours. Also on some nights there are mariachis
Favorite Dish: The fajitas and enchiladas are great, but if available I recommend the cabrito (slow cooked goat) with all the fajita fixings.
Written Sep 16, 2006
Address: 501 W. Pioneer Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX
Phone: (972) 262-4400
This is a great restaurant for pizza/italian food. Staff is friendly and personable, food is excellent and the beer is cold. The food is very reasonably priced and the portions large. I highly recommend the stromboli and antipasta salad. They are listed for individual portions, but for most people this could feed 2. The stromboli and antipasta salad together cost around $10. It is somewhat small though and when busy, such as on a friday night you could find yourself waiting for a table.
Written Sep 16, 2006
Address: 2221 Browning Dr, Arlington, TX
Phone: (817) 276-3200
THE BREAKFAST BUFFET IS COL. THEY ARE OUT OF FOOD (ESPECIALLY ORANGE JUICE AND PANCAKE SYRUP). THE FRIED CHICKEN UNDER THE HEAT LAMPS ARE FLY INFESTED AS WELL AS THE CASH REGISTERS AT THE FRONT COUNTER. THE BATHROOMS HAVE NO TOILET PAPER OR SOAP. THE BREAKFAST BUFFET IS $6.00 PER PERSON FOR BUISCUITS, EGG AND BACON AND HOT FRUIT. THE SEATING AREA IS STUFFY AND THE SEATS ARE COVERED IN WEEK OLD STICKY SYRUP. WHATEVER HAPPENDS-PLEASE DON'T TRY TALKING TO CANDY, "THE MANAGER," BECAUSE SHE MAY TRY JUMPING OVER THE COUNTER TO PUNCH AT YOU WHILE HER AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE EMPLOYEE'S PICK FIGHTS WITH YOUR HUSBAND!!!!!!!!!!! WE HAD AN AWFUL FATHER'S DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Favorite Dish: NONE!
Updated Jun 19, 2006
Address: 4180 S COOPER ST ARLINGTON TX 76015
Anytime I am in Arlington, if humanly possible, I go to Cacharel for dinner.
I'm no international gourmet (maybe a gourmand),
but I have in the past tasted good french food in Paris, so I think you should give Cacharel a shot if you feel like spending the bucks.
The owners of Cacharel, Host Jean-Claude Adam and Chef Hans Bergmann really care about quality, ambience and presentation, and they know what they're doing.
There are excellent paintings on the walls by a local artist in the French style.
Cacharel sits on the top floor (9th) of a modern building, with windows open to the Arlington nightime vista of Ballpark @ Arlington & Six Flags.
They have a "steak" menu for the cuisine-impaired, but some of the entries on the traditional french menu are in my opinion, delicious.
Favorite Dish: Duck a L 'Dave.
I am not kidding. My favorite dish is duck a l'orange, but it is not on the menu. Instead the Cacharel french menu offers "Sliced Roasted Breast of Duck served on a Cassis Sauce."
But Jean-Claude and Hans are such wonderful hosts, they actually will prepare the above dish in an orange sauce for me. And it is a known joke at Cacharel.
Your waiter may at first blanche, but I promise you, if you go there and order "Duck a la dave," Jean-Claude will laugh, Hans will prepare you some of the best duck a l'orange you have ever had, then grin through the kitchen window at you, giving you the thumbs-up. The squash soup is incredible, and they have an excellent selection of wines and armagnacs.
I cannot recommend and I thought the appetizer "escargot Cacharel" was just ok at best compared to escargot and fois gras etc. I have had in France (sorry Hans..)
WARNING: just my opinion, but if you goto Cacharel & order something bizarre like the crabcakes (?! ... some people actually do this .... crab cakes at a french restaurant in Texas...?? Êtes-vous fou ??!! ):
not only may you be disappointed, but I will be forced to find you, and smack you for your own good.
Updated Jul 8, 2005
Address: 2221 E. Lamar Blvd, Brookhollow Tower 2, 9th flr
The restaurant is in a renovated Dairy Queen. They serve pizza, philly cheese steak, stromboli, jamaican meat pies and more.
Stay away from the garden salad. It is wilted and not very good.
Favorite Dish: The pizza is cooked in a stone oven and is thin and crispy. It is very good.
Written Sep 6, 2004
Address: 1430 S. Cooper St., Arlington, TX
The restaurant is located in a strip mall. Ordering is done at the counter in the back with all the menu items displayed on an overhead sign. The pizza is cooked in a stone oven - no convayor belts here.
Favorite Dish: Pepperoni pizza. The crust was thin and very crispy.
Written Sep 6, 2004
Address: 4300 Matlock Drive, Arlington, TX
Phone: 817 468 2900
Gator McGees Mountain Grill - Everyone except me in our party had lunch here. I was off doing more important things like sightseeing the areas of the park.
Apparently the food was good especially the Buffalo Chicken tenders which were a little hot and spicy. The flame broiled burgers were also very good and there was a "fixing bar" with all kinds of salad bits and pieces as well as a large choice of dressings to build your burger.
Updated Apr 5, 2004
Address: Six Flags over Texas - Texas section.
Buck & Loon's is one of the best restraunts I have ever eaten at if you happen to be in Arlington you should not pass it by!
Favorite Dish: Little Buck's. Two for like a dollar, small hamburgers that are just enough.
Written Apr 5, 2004
The Menu Board at Gator McGees.
Flame Broiled Burgers
Buffalo Chicken Tenders
Fried Alligator - Cajun Style
Lil' Gators Meals (for the kids)
Gataors famous Onion Strips.
South Fried Chicken Tenders.
Garden Fresh Chef Salad.
Written Sep 5, 2003
Address: Six Flags over Texas - Texas section
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