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One of DFW’s Only Egyptian Restaurants Has Permanently Closed Its Doors

Mubrooka announced its departure this week

A spread of dishes from Mubrooka
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Mubrooka, the Richardson restaurant that was one of the only eateries in DFW to focus on Egyptian cuisine, will close its doors for good.

The restaurant announced its permanent departure in a Facebook post on Monday, citing “unavoidable circumstances.” Over the past few weeks, the restaurant reported a number of maintenance and electrical issues, which forced multiple temporary closures ahead of the announcement that Mubrooka would shutter permanently.

“We thank each and every one of you for your continued loyalty throughout our 2 year journey,” the farewell statement reads. “Our sincerest thanks to you all.”

Following its 2018 debut, Mubrooka touted itself as the city’s only Egyptian restaurant. Over the past two years, the restaurant earned extensive praise from diners and critics alike for its classic Egyptian dishes like kofta platters, veggie moussaka, and chicken kebabs.

Mubrooka will continue to operate until this Thursday, so fans of its dishes still have a little time to get one last fix. Call the restaurant at 214.400.7662 to place takeout orders.