Comfort Suites West Dallas - Cockrell Hill
4275 DFW Turnpike/IH-30
Dallas, TX 75211
Phone: (214) 267-0100
Fax: (214) 217-5194
Offering only a small dining room, it's not wonder Peking Kitchen is mainly a delivery and carryout establishment. The restaurant offers clean, thorough and excellent service. Start your meal with one of their excellent appetizers, including Hot and Sour Soup, loaded with tofu, black mushrooms and bamboo shoots. Entrees include savory Pepper Steak, Beef with Broccoli, Chicken with Broccoli and Hunan Chicken. Lo mien dishes and fried rice are also good and compliment the entrees perfectly.
Norma's Cafe in downtown Dallas has been feeding hungry mouths for decades and offers delicious comfort food that will remind you of home. Awarded 'Best Diner' by Frisco Enterprise in 2014, every item at this cafe is cooked with love. Breakfast menu includes pancakes, waffles, french toast, biscuits and much more. Smothered Pork Chops, Pot Roast, Southern Fried Catfish are great options for dinner or lunch with family. finish your meal with the mouthwatering Mile-High Cream Pies™.
Babe's is a unique and entertaining place to get your Southern Comfort Food and good home cookin'. In the family style dining area you may be sitting beside another family. With no menus the choices are small but significant. Fried chicken, chicken strips, chicken fried steak and catfish would have to be the top of the line. Without asking salad, green beans, biscuits, corn and masked potatoes are brought to your table in a pass-around fashion. Enjoy the amazing chicken or fish and every once in a while catch a show while the waitresses dance around the restaurant in a synchronized song. On Fridays and Saturdays one should be aware of the wait time.
The name sneakily says it all: fried chicken from scratch. In addition to the perfectly cooked chicken, either skillet fried or rotisseried, Chicken Scratch is especially well known for its physical space. The restaurant is home to a huge, enclosed outdoor space making it perfect for nice days or for kids to run around in. Make sure you try some of their made-from-scratch sauces like the homemade ranch, tejano red and traditional fried chicken gravy.
Bolsa is a popular spot for brunch in the hip Oak Cliff neighborhood. The decor is modern, yet authentic, with much of the restaurant being built with parts of the original building. There's a large outdoor patio for guests to enjoy on nice days. Enjoy your meal here with one of their delectable cocktails, a reason in themselves to pay Bolsa a visit.
So close to the border, one would expect to find authentic Mexican food on every corner in Texas. Taquería El Si Hay definitely fits that bill. This small little food stand churns out authentic and delicious tacos with huge flavor. The big favorite here are their pork al pastor tacos, although you can get all the best kinds of meat at El Si Hay like barbacoa and lengua. For delicious street food just like you'll find on the other side of the Rio Grande for scarily similar prices, look no further.
Every table is lined with signature margaritas and nachos at Gloria's Oak Cliff. With several locations, the Oak Cliff cafe and cantina is a popular choice. Colorful tables and booths make this an upbeat place to dine. Gloria's serves up a fun and festive atmosphere. Pupusas are cheese-stuffed corn tortillas. Try them! You will like them here. Fajita-topped nachos are incredible and the banana leaf tamales are tasty as well.
The Bombshells Restaurant & Bar has many locations across Texas, and one really has to get inside the place to known where it gets its name from! This branch of the popular chain is quite spacious and is adorned with plenty of comfortable seating spaces. HD TVs are mounted on all the walls so patrons can enjoy games without any obstructions. Their food menu is quintessentially American and seafood specials like Fried Calamari platter and the Lobster platter come highly recommended here. They have several beers on tap and the gorgeous bartenders are generous with their pours. In addition to sports entertainment, the place hosts live musical performances by local bands.
Satisfy your appetite with a unique blend of Latin American and Chinese flavors at Chino Chinatown, located in West Dallas. The decor blends the youthfulness of bright colors on the walls with the quiet sophistication of votive candles on the tables, making the entire dining experience one to remember. Notable dishes include oxtail pozole and duck fat fries.
The menu Potato Flats, as the name suggests, focuses on various gourmet creations made using potatos. A brainchild of Phil Romano, the modern restaurant is a part of Trinity Groves, the shopping and entertainment destination located in Gulden Lane. Expect delicious inventive spud-centric baked dishes such as Creamed Beef Potato Plate, potato bun sandwich, steak and potato - these come in two variations - regular potatoes or sweet potatoes. They also have the build-your-own variants of their offerings which only adds to its interactive allure. The prices are delightfully low and the service is friendly, definitely worth a visit!
Located in a building that reminds one of the olden days in Oak Cliff with uneven masonry. The restaurant inside done up in bold colors with a decor typical of Mexico. El Ranchito serves some original and fine Mexican cuisine specializing in Comida Norteño and Tex-Mex. Guiso Picoso, which is a beef stew with diced green peppers, onion, tomatoes, jalapeños served with rice and refried beans is red hot! It is well know all over Dallas for its authentic Mexican food. The atmosphere is festive with the mariachis band playing daily creating an atmosphere where one feels as if he is back home in Monterrey. The salsa is really good and they serve fresh tortillas too. They also have an extensive menu with all sorts of traditional northern Mexican fare.
Finding great sushi is often a subjective topic yet with Zen Sushi, you will be in good hands because it is often listed as one of the best in Dallas by countless sources. While you can order from the traditional sushi/sashimi menus, it's advisable to make reservations and place yourself into the owner/chef's hands. She will guide you on a 2-hour meal that is rich with variety, and will explain to you things like why the salmon needs the contrast of citrus and tuna craves soy sauce. Dress casually and save room for the chocolate soufflé. - Raine Devries