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Fearless Critic restaurant review of the day
Dallas
Food
Feel
Price
7.0
6.2
$20
Tiny shop with a few tables and a vast menu highlighting vegetarian Indian dishes

This is one of the few places anywhere that showcases the enormous range of food available in India. Like the U.S. (i.e. here we have lobster rolls in New England and chicken-fried steak in the South), India is a large country with many regional and ethnic specialties. Here you can try Gujarati, Jain, Punjabi, South Indian, Swaminarayan, Kathiyawadi—all different types of Indian food, many of which are not featured on most menus around town.

The owners are Gujarati so it stands… [More]


From the Super ’Stache The underpriced underdogs
Dallas
Food
Feel
Price
9.2
6.5
$15
A Vietnamese menu that covers a lot of ground, and succeeds in doing so

Quick, name your favorite place for pho. Okay, now what’s your favorite for banh mi? Bo bun Hue? All different places, right? Most Vietnamese places tend to have a singular focus and specialty, but Nam Hua is set apart by its varied menu, with multiple well-executed dishes.

Some of our favorites here are the banh xeo, which are easily the best rendition in Dallas. The crispy coconut crêpes come with hardly any grease and a soft center. Goi ngo sen (lotus… [More]