DFW is a great place to grab a delicious meal. With so many choices, it’s hard to know where to start especially when most places are quite expensive. If you’re looking for delicious and affordable, try these restaurants in DFW next time you want to eat out.
King’s Noodles - 201 S Greenville Avenue, Richardson
If you order the Zhajiangmian noodles at King’s Noodles, you’ll get an amazing meal for a great price. You’ll frequently see Chinese families visiting here for the authentic flavor they serve. The dish is made of their thick wheat noodles, topped with tofu, ground pork, fermented bean paste, julienned cucumber, and cilantro.
Off-site Kitchen - 2226 Irving Boulevard, Dallas
For under $4, enjoy a “straight-up burger” at Nick Badovinus’ Off-site Kitchen. It’s a “Route 66-style” burger located in the Design District. Nick’s creation is on the list of the Best in DFW: Burgers.
Afrah Mediterranean Restaurant and Pastries
If you’ve got $10 for lunch, try the weekday lunch buffet at Afrah Mediterranean Restaurant and Pastries. You can enjoy hot and cold dishes include eggplant salad, silky hummus, smoky baba ghanoush, stew of giant beans, kousa mahshi, zucchini stuffed with meat and rice, or vegan options. They have so much to offer for only $9.99.
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
For an affordable Sunday night dinner in DFW, try Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille. You’ll get a salad to start, a “seven-finger” chop carved tableside, and a dessert trio. Dessert includes chocolate truffle, little crème brûlée, and mini-praline cheese cake. The whole meal costs $24.95 on Sunday nights. The pork chop is usually $35.95 so this is a great deal. You can also get this pork chop for lunch on Fridays for $11.95 served with whipped potatoes and applesauce.
Going out to eat in DFW doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Try one of these restaurants for an affordable meal today.