by Andy Tran | Chief Editor | email@example.com
Leslie Brenner of The Dallas Morning News has a very nice article out on the Chinese dinning scenery in North Texas.
She highlights some of the new Chinese (and Taiwanese) restaurants that have recently popped up, and the ones that have remained the favorite for a long time in North Texas.
She states “Seemingly overnight, North Texas' Chinese dining landscape has exploded deliciously and extravagantly, to the point that regional Chinese cooking is now the most exciting thing happening on the Dallas gastronomic scene.”
In her article, Leslie Brenner introduces ‘where to explore the new wave of Chinese dining.’ Check it out!
Original Article: Dallas’ new wave of Chinese regional dining is sizzling hot
Giant communal bowls of simmering broth spiked with Sichuan pepper and chile oil land on rustic wooden tables at Chuan Chuan, a laid-back yet stylish new restaurant in Plano.
The bowls cradle skewers threaded with shrimp, baby octopus, chicken, sausage and fish balls; in the bottom are Chinese vegetables and noodles. In the same brand-new shopping center on Coit Road and West Park Boulevard, you'll also find FatNi BBQ, a vibrant new eatery dedicated to Beijing-style street food: grilled skewered meats and vegetables, aromatic noodle soups and other treats.
Five minutes away, a smart little Taiwanese spot called Wu Wei Din Chinese Cuisine turns out soul-stirring bowls of beef noodle soup and cool plates of drunken chicken, while up in the northeast corner of the city, a Taiwanese chef has devoted an entire section of the menu at Yama Izakaya and Sushi (yes, a Japanese restaurant) to Taiwanese specialties such as smoked duck, lamb hot pot and slow-simmered mustard greens with pork belly.
Seemingly overnight, North Texas' Chinese dining landscape has exploded deliciously and extravagantly, to the point that regional Chinese cooking is now the most exciting thing happening on the Dallas gastronomic scene.