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Chef Avner Samuel’s Comeback Restaurant Debuts This Month With a Familiar Name [Updated]

He spent the past two and a half years in Israel

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Chef Avner Samuel’s return to Dallas’s dining scene with a familiar name is official. The chef, who once cooked at Oak Lawn restaurant Nosh Euro Bistro which shuttered in 2015, is working on yet another restaurant called Nosh.

As predicted, Nosh Bistro is headed to 8611 Hillcrest Road with an opening scheduled for August 13. Samuel spent the past two and half years in Israel, according to a press release, and he plans to incorporate Mediterranean flavors (along with American and Asian touches). Dishes will include Wagyu Kobe burger, seared divers scallops, and black Maine lobster ravioli, with steak and eggs and French thin crepes for brunch. The restaurant will include a 12-seat chef’s table, an open kitchen, and a patio.

Samuel shared the news on Instagram, writing:

“My team and I are excited to re-introduce Nosh Bistro, an evolved concept serving globally inspired cuisine! Open for lunch and dinner daily, Nosh Bistro will make its way back to the Dallas dining scene late summer.”

Nosh Bistro officially opens August 13 and will operate Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Update 8/2/19: This post has been updated to reflect Nosh’s official opening date of August 13.

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