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If looking for a great Vietnamese diner in the heart of Dallas, look no further than the trendy Crushcraft Thai Street Eats restaurant. The well-seasoned dishes allows patrons to experience staples of Bangkok and offers exciting and unique flavors that are rarely found outside of Thailand. Their entrees are daring, but very approachable.
Think again. The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is home to a blossoming Asian population— which in turn has created a diversity of food options, especially when it comes to Chinese cuisine. For the best xiao long bao aka soup dumplings , head to Jeng Chi; for delicious dim sum, locals favor Kirin Court and for Cantonese-style barbecue— no place does it better than First Chinese BBQ. After all, the city boasts the sixth-largest percentage of ethnic Chinese in the country. Of course, these restaurants just scratch the surface of what the area has to offer, but the following list will certainly give you a good start.