20 "Lunch" restaurants in Dallas.
Head to Katy Trail Ice House in Uptown to post up outside on their patio with friends, beers, and inevitably a burger or some tacos.
Jeng Chi in Richardson is a little far from Downtown Dallas, but is worth the drive for a long menu of great Chinese food.
Head to Mughlai in North Dallas for some Northern Indian food - come for dinner or for the lunch buffet before going to The Galleria Dallas.
Koryo Kalbi in North Dallas has plenty of Korean classic dishes, but you really come for the Korean barbecue - get the marinated short ribs.
Zoli’s in Addison serves New York-style pizza and it’s some of our favorite in the city.
Nalinh is a bit far in Irving and it’s half grocery store, but when you make it to the restaurant in the back, you’ll find excellent Thai food.
When you need a great burger and a comfortable booth, head to Maple & Motor, and make sure you finish with a shake too.
Rise No. 1 in Devonshire is a charming but small restaurant, so it’s perfect to bring your mom, a date, or a few friends for souffle.
Afrah moved next door to a bigger space in Richardson, where they are are still serving excellent Lebanese food.
Yutaka is in a strip mall uptown, serves some of the best sushi in the city, and has great lunch specials.
Mot Hai Ba is a Vietnamese spot in Lakewood that’s one of the most interesting restaurants in Dallas, serving unique dishes in a sleek space.
Bubba’s in Park Cities looks like a 50s diner, has a drive-thru, and serves great fried chicken and biscuit sandwiches.
Head uptown to S&D for an old-school space and plenty of fried seafood, as well as fresh oysters.
Taqueria El Si Hay is a small stand out in Bishop Arts that’s worth the trek for the tacos they’ve been serving for decades.
Lockhart Smokehouse is in Bishop Arts, but you’ll be able to smell the classic BBQ meats miles away. Don’t miss the brisket and ribs.