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Taiwanese Fried Cheese Curds Are Headed to Richardson

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Fried chicken, curly fries, biscuits, and more snacks from TKK Taiwanese Fried Chicken Photo: TKK Fried Chicken/Facebook

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TKK Fried Chicken is bringing fried everything to Dallas

A fried chicken chain from Taiwan is setting up shop in Richardson, reports CultureMap Dallas. When TKK Fried Chicken opens, expect to find combo meals with crispy chicken sandwiches, chicken wings, biscuits, curly fries, and coleslaw — along with unique menu items like crunchy cheese curds and kwa kwa boa, or fried chicken skin stuffed with pork, rice, and mushrooms. The chain is adding locations throughout the U.S. and is coming to 2067 N Central Expy #100 in Richardson.

Is it time for the typical Dallas steakhouse to evolve?

The Dallas Observer writes a steakhouse think piece, contemplating whether the Dallas steakhouse market is over-saturated — and what’s next for the business model.

A Filipino Deli arrives in Lake Highland

Marie’s Kitchen is now open at 11910 Greenville Ave., Suite 103, reports Lake Highlands Advocate, and its getting great Yelp reviews. The menu offers Filipino breakfast favorites like fried pork chops with rice and eggs. There’s also deli standards like salads and sandwiches.

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