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LA Export Iota Brew Cafe Debuts in Carrollton With Towering Korean Toasts

Mochi waffles, ice cream, and more snacks are also on offer

Korean street style toasts at Iota Brew Cafe
Toasty toasts at Iota Brew Cafe
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Iota Brew Cafe, a trendy new Carrollton eatery that hails from Los Angeles, has officially opened its doors.

The restaurant originally planned to debut at 1060 West Frankford Road in late September, but arrived in mid-October. As previously reported, the shop originally opened in Los Angeles’s Koreatown neighborhood before closing in 2016 with plans to move to Texas. There, it was a stalwart of the neighborhood’s late-night dining scene thanks to dishes like Korean street-style toasts, pizzas, and rice bowls.

In Carrollton, Iota is serving a pretty wide-ranging menu of dishes that includes kimchi carbonara pasta, mochi waffles, cast iron skillets filled with spicy corn cheese and chicken fried noodles, and ice cream cones crusted with breakfast cereal. The street food toasts, topped with egg, kimchi, and other accoutrements, are served vertically in a handy box that keeps all the toppings from falling out, or stacked into towering structures that are drizzled with sweet sauces. Coffee and tea drinks are also on the menu.

Iota Brew Cafe is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.