Where We’re Eating

The potstickers (front), Darvish Roll (back left) and Agadashi Tofu at Masami. (Photo by Rich Vana)

The potstickers (front), Darvish Roll (back left) and Agadashi Tofu at Masami. (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.

Breakfast
There may be a lot of hype around the Czech Stop, and there may be a lot of people wondering whether the kolaches and klobasniks they sell really are the best in Texas. The answer? We don’t know. But what we do know is that they’re certainly worth a stop when trekking up and down I-35, and the Czech pastries will at the very least brighten your day and fill your belly. If you happen to be driving through in the evening, though, don’t worry – the sausage (and cheese, if you like) rolls (klobasniks) make a wonderful dinner on the highway.

The strawberry, aspberry and apricot kolaches from The Czech Stop. (Photo by Rich Vana)

The strawberry, raspberry and apricot kolaches from The Czech Stop. (Photo by Rich Vana)

Lunch
Anything at Klyde Warren Park. Seriously, anything. There are a bevy of food trucks frequently at the location during lunchtime and even a bag lunch from home tastes better here. Just use the park. It’s great.

Some kimchi fries from Ssahm food truck at Klyde Warren Park. (Photo by Rich Vana)

Some kimchi fries from Ssahm food truck at Klyde Warren Park. (Photo by Rich Vana)

Dinner
When Leslie Brenner lauds a Dallas-area sushi spot as a potential place of your dreams … well, we’ll just say that those are strong enough words to get us to make a visit. Masami Japanese Sushio and Cuisine is indeed a cozy, friendly spot with a menu that will have us coming back. The Agadashi Tofu – lightly fried tofu served in scant dashi – kicked off our meal, which included the spicy Darvish Roll (go Rangers) and a couple portions of uni nigiri.

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