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Mot Hai Ba


6047 Lewis St, Dallas
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Mot Hai Ba is one of the more interesting restaurants to open in Dallas in the last decade, serving modern takes on Vietnamese food, which can mean anything from pho to wagyu beef with smoked salmon roe. It’s a good place to come with a few people and order as much of the menu as possible. Just make sure you have a reservation, this Lakewood spot is pretty small and it’s super popular.

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