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Spoon Bar & Kitchen

ADDRESS: 8220 Westchester Drive, Dallas, TX 76225

CUISINE: Seafood, Contemporary

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Celebrated chef-owner John Tesar has been turning out praiseworthy seafood at hot spot Spoon Bar & Kitchen, with dishes that have included Japanese snapper with melon salad, blue potato puree and poblano oil.





Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon.

"Tesar's restraint shines in dishes like raw yellowtail sweetened by chunks of Texas ruby-red grapefruit and roasted beets, and Singapore-style chile lobster on Texas toast. His classic French training shows in the intensity of his red-wine reduction with a swordfish steak in a wild-mushroom crust. His recipe for potato gnocchi with jumbo lump crabmeat and black-truffle essence should be required reading at every culinary school."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"The simplicity of the dishes combined with their very high price brings to mind Le Bernardin, the renowned seafood temple in New York. This kind of understated dining experience is relatively rare in Dallas-Fort Worth, and represents a windfall for sophisticated diners seeking something other than red meat."

— Teresa Gubbins, DFW.com, Jan. 10, 2013

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Celebrated chef-owner John Tesar has been turning out praiseworthy seafood at hot spot Spoon Bar & Kitchen, with dishes that have included Japanese snapper with melon salad, blue potato puree and poblano oil.





 

"Tesar's restraint shines in dishes like raw yellowtail sweetened by chunks of Texas ruby-red grapefruit and roasted beets, and Singapore-style chile lobster on Texas toast. His classic French training shows in the intensity of his red-wine reduction with a swordfish steak in a wild-mushroom crust. His recipe for potato gnocchi with jumbo lump crabmeat and black-truffle essence should be required reading at every culinary school."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"The simplicity of the dishes combined with their very high price brings to mind Le Bernardin, the renowned seafood temple in New York. This kind of understated dining experience is relatively rare in Dallas-Fort Worth, and represents a windfall for sophisticated diners seeking something other than red meat."

— Teresa Gubbins, DFW.com, Jan. 10, 2013
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Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon.

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