Couple of Korean-owned restaurants make the Eater Dallas’ list

A couple of Korean-owned restaurants in DFW made Eater Dallas’ ‘The 38 Essential Dallas Restaurants.’

Ari Korean BBQ and Edoko Omakase are two of the must-visit restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth’s sprawling Metroplex of 9,286 square miles, according to Eater Dallas.

Eater Dallas’s list of the 38 Essential Restaurants in fair North Texas is updated quarterly. So, check back with Eater Dallas regularly to see who’s new and who’s out.

Following is what Eater Dallas had to say about Ari Korean BBQ and Edoko Omakase.

Ari Korean BBQ

Ari Korean BBQ
The fun of Korean barbecue is all in cooking it yourself. But the craft of it is in the meat the restaurant uses. Ari Korean BBQ has locations in Carrollton and Plano, both worth traveling to eat at, and has some of the best cuts around. Try the bulgogi, marinated short rib, and thin-sliced prime brisket. And in Carrollton, there’s a new upstairs lounge with cocktails and DJs.
2625 Old Denton Rd #800, Carrollton, TX 75007

Edoko Omakase

Edoko Omakase
There’s a lot of sushi in Dallas but hidden in Irving are exciting and creative plates and high-quality sushi that earn consistent raves. The small plates are unusual and delicious, with tuna pizza and toro tartare caviar as standout options. Mix and match the dishes you want or ask for the chef’s choice sashimi mix.
1030 W John Carpenter Fwy #100, Irving, TX 75039

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