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Chef Uno Immanivong Debuts Much-Anticipated New Asian Street Food Spot

Get ready to feast on noodle bowls and meaty grilled skewers at this spot’s first permanent location

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Chef Uno Immanivong has officially debuted the Dallas location of her much-anticipated, fast-casual eatery Red Stix Asian Street Food.

A post to the restaurant’s Facebook page indicates that it opened at 6501 Hillcrest Avenue on Saturday, December 21. The original Red Stix Asian Street Food opened inside sprawling Plano food hall Legacy Hall in 2017 before departing this year as Immanivong planned to open two standalone locations of the restaurant — the Hillcrest restaurant, and another that’s set to open soon at Mustang Station at Farmers Branch.

As far as the food is concerned, look forward to Immanivong’s take on a variety of Asian street foods, ranging from Vietnamese banh mi to noodle bowls and grilled yakitori skewers. There’s also a solid menu of starters and snacks that are all priced at around $5, including waffle fries showered with togarashi and served with sriracha ketchup and chicken dumplings served with ponzu.

Eater has reached out to Immanivong for Red Stix’s full hours of operation. Stay tuned for an update.