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A heaping helping of news & reviews from DFWs dining scene.

There is goodness in Taste N See Chicken and Waffles

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Your experience at Taste N See Chicken and Waffles, new in far south Fort Worth, will mostly hinge on your expectations. If you’re seeking an amped-up version of chicken and waffles, like you’ll find at Fixture or Buttons, this strip-mall spot may underwhelm. Read more

Looking for good sushi in Roanoke? Find it Here

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Here Asian Cuisine, a 4-month-old restaurant in Roanoke, has exacting operating hours — on most weekdays it opens for dinner at 4:15 p.m. and closes at 9:45 p.m. — and precise, ultra-modern decor. Read more

Oh, Cafe Suzy Q, we love you for breakfast

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Café Suzy Q had us before our waitress said, “Hello. Here are your menus.” Read more

Tuk Tuk takes Thai a step further on West Seventh Street

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Tuk Tuk Thai, a new option on an old-school stretch of Fort Worth’s West Seventh Street, makes the most of its proximity to the UNT Health Science Center with free delivery and myriad affordable carry-out options. Read more

No need to get the blues over Oskar Blues Brewery


Oskar Blues Brewery

The newest Texas beers to hit the market aren’t actually new at all. Read more

Hot restaurants 2016: Heim BBQ, HG Sply Co., and 10 more

Heim Barbecue


If it’s heat you’re seeking, then restaurants will almost never let you down. Fort Worth’s dining scene continues what has been an unflagging winning streak, with plenty of new openings to track and cuisines to explore. Read more

The Loneseome Vegetarian: HG Sply Co.


Kathryn Hemp

A restaurant that calls itself “paleo-inspired” may not at first seem a great bet for vegetarian eating. Paleo types try to avoid anything that comes from modern agriculture — legumes, wheat, dairy, most of the things I like about my diet. Read more

Independent Bar and Kitchen celebrates unpretentious Euro-pub grub

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Andrew Dilda, the executive chef of the 4-month-old Independent Bar and Kitchen in Dallas’ Deep Ellum, sent an email clarifying his unwavering guiding mission: “My real love is just cooking good food,” the 36-year old ... Read more

K-Pop Burger brings patty power to far north Fort Worth

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Despite its focal point being a strip shopping center anchored by a Kroger, the intersection of Beach Street and Timberland Boulevard in far north Fort Worth feels a little more “neighborhoody” than some areas in this booming part of the city. Read more

Meat U’s second location is on ’cue

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It’s never unusual to see people waiting in line at a barbecue restaurant. But the line at Meat U Anywhere BBQ in Trophy Club is different from that of your average barbecue joint’s: It starts at 6 a.m. Read more

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