Fort Worth, TX, 76106
1510 Pacific Ave
VH American Dining
1115 N Beckley Ave, Dallas, TX, 75203
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Dee Lincoln mentioned her cajun background, which may explain why the Crispy Oysters were the star of my dining experience along with the Bananas Foster Crumble. I’m impressed with the breading and comfort feeling after taking a bite of the oysters, and the sweetness of the bananas foster transported me to a New Orleans cafe. These items left me wanting more. I think the real lesson here is that if you eat here, the Cajun items are the way to go.Also, the Sushi Pizza intrigued me. The creamy sauce spiked with Sriracha and lots and lots of wasabi tobiko (flying fish roe flavored with Japanese horseradish) onto ahi tuna and tempura rice crust to pull it together. It’s a great starter or snack to enjoy while you dine here.
Excellent fried chicken which is far superior to the big-name places. They also have tons of things which aren't on the online menu like sandwiches, catfish, fried livers & *corn fritters* which are 2die4 good! BIG portions of side orders like spicy rice (yummy!), fries & mashed potatoes. The only downside is they're often busy and it's not uncommon to wait, but their food is well worth any minimal delay. Actually, I was stunned to see they'd received two such low ratings here, so 4 stars from me is probably more realistic. Still, we've eaten at Williams 10-15 times and barring the occasional wait, I cannot recall EVER being disappointed with the food.
First of all Liu's is a Chinese Restaurant, they do not specialize in 'BBQ ribs and Chicken where chicken 'grizzle' would be present.My significant other and I decided to try them today and WHAT A Treat! We liked the food so much we decided to find a "Review Website" and rate them.Maybe just be mindful that english is not their first language. The lady was friendly and diligent so she made it easy to order. The food was well made, Very tasty and better than some of the more expensive Chinese Restaurants we frequent. And, for us, it was take out. It was our first and NOT our last time ordering with Liu's Restaurant!
So I enjoy a good baked potato as much as the next guy and about the only time I have it is usually roped with BBQ chopped beef and sauce. So I figured I'd enjoy this place.Make your own or order from preset options, I got the #4 Creamed Beef on a regular potato (you can get a sweet potato for no extra cost). Assembly is similar to subway/chipotle style, everything Premade is piled on top of the now flattened-in-a-plate baked potato. It was hot and filling. Flavors? Mild is a nice word for it.It was an experience. I probably will not be back though.
The Vegetarian Soup lacked salt but was otherwise tasty.The beef stew with eggplant was served with saffron rice and a side salad with a delicious yogurt dressing: the rice was, well, rice and the stew was overly salted but had good pieces of beef and the eggplant was not slimy (a great thing).Staff are friendly but they do hover a little too much for my liking.I'm not sure why they are playing nonstop Christmas music though LOL
My wife bought a coupon at restaraunt.com, $25 off on an order of $35 or more. That was our first experience.Our most recent was on Valentines 2013. The food was great, the music was as good as the food. DO NOT PASS UP DESSERT!The dining area is small but doesn't feel cramped. The staff is friendly and VERY professional. It is always full but, with a reservation, I have never had to wait more than 10 minutes.
Not too shabby: they have all the Thai basics you probably enjoy elsewhere but look for the extra menu that has entrees big back in Thailand for something a little different.My lunch companions ordered all the basics: Pad Thai, Red Curry, and what smelled and looked like amazing fried rice dish. I sampled their appetizers for my lunch: Pork Sate, Chicken Balls, and Roti Grill. Pretty darn delicious.
Limited offerings if you want a quick single slice of pizza: disappointing since we came for slices and not pies. Almost left to go to Italia Express who know how to showcase by-the-slice.I got a personal pie instead: the basic pepperoni. The place wasn't busy at all, but it still took 15-minutes for my pie. Taste made up for my disappointments: nice crust, good flavors, piping hot.
Not a big fan of sandwiches and salads on lunch menus myself, I aimed for the appetizer menu to fill me up today.I ordered the Beef Carpaccio and Brussel Sprouts and the soup of the day: tomato basil.The carpaccio was just beautifully presented: tasted great too. The soup was divine on this cold day. The Brussel Sprouts can be made to look elegant but they were pretty darn tasty.
The pork shanks with lemon-goat cheese polenta are outstanding. Finished with crumbly and crispy chicharon, nicely composed dish. The cocktails are excellent also. The beer selection is relatively small, but they have a few local selections. The dishes here are more 'substantial' than some of the other restaurants in Trinity Groves. 'Stick to your ribs' type of fare, mainly...