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OK, this place....the guy who owns and runs it is a real pill. I used to work here. The guy is Jordanian, but claims to be Itallian....if you try to confront him with it, he flips out. He never flipped out on me, but he's a little wierd. I think he is suffering from some sort of identity crisis.
Nonetheless, the pizza here is fantastic. All the dough is made fresh daily, and is made from scratch. There are tons of toppings to choose from, and there are also other types of dishes to choose from. You will miss out if you don't eat here.
Favorite Dish: Romano's has pizza, stromboli, spaghetti, and other itallian dishes.
Updated Feb 12, 2005
Address: 207 East Marshall Dr. Van Alstyne, TX 75495
We like to try different kinds of food so when we noticed the Cafe Istanbul in the food section of the newspaper we just had to try it. It is the only Turkish restaurant in the Dallas-Ft Worth area so we took the drive to Dallas one evening.
The cafe is located in a strip shopping mall but as soon as you walk in the front door you seem to be transported across the sea.
It is a very cosy little place. It appears small but actually seat several people.
I decided on the Beyaz Peynitili Pide Pizza (thick crust, feta cheese, parsley, dill, and eggs.
It was good but the homemade bread that came with my husbands meal was outstanding.
I could have just pigged out on bread with olive oil and wine.
Written Aug 14, 2006
Address: 5450 Lovers Lane, Dallas,Texas
The Sand's Restaurant is located on the main street of Van Horn near I-10. It offered a variety of food ranging from steak to chicken to Mexican. I ordered an enchilada platter. It was pretty good. The decor was simple; but I liked the family photos displayed throughout the place. The staff was efficient enough and fairly friendly. Most of the clientele however, seems to be locals. They have a buffet in addition to menu order and serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sorry, no picture.
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed my enchilada platter, especiallt the beef enchilada. A friend of mine ate here before and said the breakfast is good too.
Written Jul 20, 2007
Address: 805 E. Broadway Ave
I was rather surprised on entering The Outback resturant. The decore was so very Australian, blue gum branches and leaves were everywhere.. not to mention, a koala or two, and several other mammals.
The Meals were great, the atmosphere nice and relaxed, and the service excellent.
Updated Oct 16, 2004
I love Indian food and one of my favorite restaurants near where I live is Pasand Indian Cruisine. The have a very nice buffet at lunch time or you can order from the menu.
I prefer the buffet most all the time.
The restaurant has two levels of seating plus a large banquet room which is usually in use for birthday partys and such.
There are several windows in the restaurant so it is bright and cheery inside.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dishes are:
Dahl Curry(lentils with spinach). Palek Paneer Curry(spinach with cheese cubes), they also deliver Masala Dosa's(potato and other veggies in a wrap) to the table for everyone.
For dessert I like Kheer(rice pudding) or Gulub Jameen(small balls made with milk and wheat flour soaked in sweet syrup).
Lots of water.
Updated Aug 14, 2006
Address: 2600 Beltline Road, Irving, Texas
For my birthday on July 30, 2006, we went to Dallas and ate brunch at Antares Restaurant. It is in the Reunion Tower, up on the 50th floor.
It was breathtaking to sit there and revolve around to see the sights of Dallas without all the traffic and noise.
I hardly had time to eat for looking out the windows.
There was Sunday brunch set up at various stations around in the middle of the circle. The tables revolved but the food stations remained in place. You never knew where your table would be when you returned.
As soon as we were seated we were given water and champagne.
Our waitress was very friendly and even offered to take our picture before we left.
Favorite Dish: I always head for the breakfast station and have a made to order omlette.
Then I check out the dessert table.
That day I found a dessert with blueberries that was delicious.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 300 Reunion Blvd. Dallas,TX
One of our very favorite places to eat is the Queen of Sheba.
We don't get there often but we did go there for our Valentine's Day dinner.
The setting is not quite as romantic since they moved to their new location but the food is still as good as it always has been. I was disappointed that they no longer served the Ethiopian honey wine that they formally had on the wine list but Mead is good too..
Favorite Dish: I always have the vegetarain platter. The food is served on a metal tray lined with injera(flat spongy bread).
There are several mounds of different beans and veggies on the tray. You have a plate of injera with extra bread with which to pick up your food and you eat with your fingers. You can ask for a fork if you would rather eat with one.
The food is spicy so you will need plenty of water and honey wine to go with it.
Updated Aug 13, 2006
Address: 14875 Inwood Rd. Addison.Texas
After going to Thailand we now travel far and near for some authenic Thai food here in Texas.
Lucky for us, there are many Thai restaurants not to far away from where we live. Some are better than others but most are owned by thai's.
Our last great find was in Haltom City which is very close to us. We can go down a few country roads and we are there. No need to worry about the traffic on the interstate to get to this one.
Favorite Dish: I, of course, love their great veggie dishes, the seaweed salad, and the Thai custard.
Written Nov 12, 2006
Address: Belnap Street shopping strip
The Texas Roadhouse is a great place to eat if you like a good tender steak.
But that is not all that they serve here.. there are various other foods on the menu..
Ribs, Chicken Dishes, Various Seafood, Side Items, Fresh Baked Bread, and Cold Beer. And the portions are large.
The atmosphere is very casual, and the staff are really friendly
Updated Oct 21, 2004
Address: 3709 Central Texas Expy
Phone: (254) 699-7366
This is a real typical Texan Restaurant, the food is very nice and you must to try one Texan Steak.Below you can see a part of the dinner menu.
Also has live music and some shows.
Favorite Dish: Homemade Salad Dressing choices
Ranch, Thousand Island, Roquefort, Honey Mustard
BIG TEXAN PRIME RIB, slowly roasted, juicy and very tender, served with Au Jus and horseradish sauce.
10 oz. Palo Duro Cut $16.95
16 oz. Panhandle Cut $18.95
BIG TEXAN STRIP, move over New York and Kansas City, our strip has made a name for itself!
16 oz. Big Texan Strip $21.85
BIG TEXAN RIBEYE, This steak is well-marbled, making it flavorful, moist and tender. Don't order the Ribeye if you want a lean cut of beef.
12 oz. Ft. Worth Cut $15.95
18 oz. Dallas Cut $18.95
22 oz. R. J.'s Texas Cut $22.95
PRIME GRADE TOP SIRLOIN, a Texas cattleman's favorite selection, the most incredibly flavorful beef available.
7.2 oz. Crockett Cut $13.95
10 oz. Amarillo Cut $15.95
18 oz. Lone Star Cut for One Person $23.25
18 oz. Lone Star Cut, One Steak Prepared for Two People $27.95
BIG TEXAN T-BONE, You're in Texas, treat yourself to the ultimate king of steaks.
16 oz. Ranch Hand $23.50
22 oz. Trail Boss $26.95
BIG TEXAN FILET, the most tender and delicious filet you will ever experience. "Center Cut" and perfectly lean.
8 oz. San Antonio Ladies Cut $17.95
12 oz. Governor's Cut $22.95
Updated Oct 22, 2003
Address: Just outside of Amarillo.
Phone: 1 800 657 7177
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