Where We’re Eating

 

The Do It Murph Style at Off-Site Kitchen. (Photo by Rich Vana)

The Do It Murph Style at Off-Site Kitchen. (Photo by Rich Vana)

As the prospect of another week rears its head, we at Entree Dallas began to let our imaginations wander – an all-too frequent habit -  and started daydreaming of what foodstuffs and viddles might help us make the journey to Friday. We figured a few destinations might help provide a little culinary light to the Monday gloom.

Bistro B

Pull into the parking lot where the Hong Kong Market is located, take one quick look around, and you’ll find several places to find an authentic Vietnamese meal (La Me among them), but the bright atmosphere and friendly service at Bistro B make it one of our favorites to both expand our knowledge of Vietnamese fare or just relax with a big bowl of pho dac biet. The prices are wonderfully reasonable for the portions, and the grocery store next to the restaurant may even inspire you to try your own hand at some of the dishes on your own.

The Pho Dac Biet at Bistro B. (Photo by Rich Vana)

The Pho Dac Biet at Bistro B. (Photo by Rich Vana)

 

Off-Site Kitchen

 

We’ll recall some words from our resident burger wordsmith Cody once described the Do It Murph Style burger at Off-Site Kitchen:

Fantastiriffic. There’s not one real word that can describe the Do It Murph Style burger at Off-Site Kitchen, so we’re using a word that’s not really a word but still describes it better than anything that really is a word. It deserves its own word.

Cody’s love for the burger and almost-offensive disregard for the English language lead us to two conclusions. The first; he’s getting a thesaurus as a late Christmas gift. The second; Off-Site Burger is a worthy lunch destination, even if it requires a bit of a drive. And don’t be discouraged if you see a line out the door. It moves quickly, and the prize at the end of it is plenty reward for the wait.

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