Restaurants in Richardson


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  • Gojo Ethiopian Restaurant
    The smell of exotic spices fills the room as steaming plates of authentic Ethiopian food are ferried through Gojo Ethiopian Restaurant and Bar. Dinner pairs spongy, slightly sour injera bread with beef and lamb sautéed to extreme tenderness in stews of hot peppers, onion, tomatoes, and garlic. A breakfast menu brings warm, comforting plates of spiced and buttered bread, cardamom-scented bowls of cracked wheat, and spicy scrambled eggs harvested from chickens fed on chili peppers. A rustic sign bearing the restaurant’s name hangs on the back wall behind the fully stocked bar, where bartenders pour Castel and other Ethiopian-brewed beers and the sweetly acidic honey wine known as tej. Weekends add a traditional coffee ceremony to the day, with elaborate traditional pots streaming a strong, hot brew.
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    2189 Buckingham Road
    Richardson, TX US
  • Hanabi Japanese Bistro
    At Hanabi Japanese Bistro, chefs flex their creative muscles as they draw up a menu of traditional Japanese fare and more than 40 contemporary sushi rolls. Small plates of squid salad and soft-shell crab fill the appetizer lineup with fruits of the sea, and green tea cleanses palates as a hot beverage or served in ice-cream format. Hawaiian influences peek through the crab-and-avocado Aloha roll or starters such as poke, a tuna dish accented with seaweed and cucumbers. The Fire roll heats up taste buds with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, tangy unagi sauce, and miniature Harlequin novels.
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    1401 E Arapaho Rd
    Richardson, TX US
  • Fadia's Deli & Bakery
    The chefs manning Fadia?s Deli & Bakery's spice-filled kitchen pack classic Lebanese flavors into freshly made phyllo wrappings, creating sweet bites and savory pies alongside a slate of pita-welcoming dips for their convenient take-out service. All of the shop?s sandwiches, baked goods, and deli items contain no preservatives, allowing the rich aromas of dates and honey, creamy tahini, and spicy shawarma sauces to take the spotlight like Where?s Waldo at a lab-coat fashion show.
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    581 W Campbell Rd, Ste 127
    Richardson, TX US
  • Kirin Court Restaurant
    The average human has 10,000 taste buds, but eating the same meal every day only acknowledges one. Reach a multitude of taste receptors with today?s Groupon: $15 gets you $35 worth of authentic Chinese dinner fare at Kirin Court Peter Abellard, Vow of Silence: Was banished from his order when he shouted, “Don’t go in there!” during a screening of classic horror film Halloween. Ilya Petrov, Vow of Chastity: Says Petrov, “I broke my vow of chastity but I kept my vow of being the frickin’ man! Woo! Give it up for P-Dog!” Anastasios Pappas, Vow of Poverty: The other monks suspected Pappas might have entered and won the lottery when he began taking a helicopter from the kitchen to the library.
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    221 W Polk St
    Richardson, TX US
  • Tavistock Freebirds
    The burrito is a self-contained tour through the worlds of meat, beans, and spices, a melting pot of food culture. Embark on a culinary adventure by perusing the restaurant's Tex-Mex menu, full of fresh ingredients that are never canned nor frozen nor stored in an insulated fanny pack. At Freebirds, the customer decides on the contents of each burrito, like filling a tortilla papoose full of meats, vegetables, and cheeses. Burritos range in size from the smallest, the hybrid, to the biggest, the super-monster ($4.69?$12.86). They can be stuffed with slow-roasted carnitas, grass-fed steak, fire-grilled chicken, or fresh non-meat-based vegetables and wrapped with four flavors of tortilla. Also available are a host of other Tex-Mex favorites, such as quesadillas ($5.43?$6.19), tacos ($1.59 each), and Baja chicken enchilada soup ($3.79/bowl).
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    238 West Campbell Road
    Richardson, TX US
  • Jacque’s Southern Cuisine
    The chefs at Jacque's Southern Cuisine collage plates with burgers, biscuits, and comfort fare that satisfy in a warm, red-orange interior. Early birds can start their day with a spinach-feta omelet, the original Athenian ballot envelope, or pack in the protein with tender, grilled rib-eye steak accompanying two eggs cooked in any style; each comes with a choice of home fries, or grits with toast or biscuits. Pecan waffles and thick slices of french toast arrive at tablecloths with bacon, sausage, ham, or eggs. Morning gobblers may also pluck pastries such as cinnamon rolls and sticky buns.
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    1718 East Belt Line Road
    Richardson, TX US

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