This is a favorite of my wife. They have a fun, eclectic menu and a good bar that can fix a large variety of special drinks.
I have been coming here for weekend brunch for many years. Not only did they have amazing, imaginative dishes, but they also had the highest standards of quality and consistency I've ever seen. Then, a couple years ago, an immigration issue changed all that. And they never recovered. I kept going until recently, but the inconsistent quality, particularly the soggy... More
Located in a urban shopping area right off the Main Street this a great place to go for a recharge of your batteries for amazing coffee menu and cakes and desserts. Went with some friends for an early dinner. Our service was a little sketchy, but very friendly. Started with a Cava to get our appetite going along with a... More
If you are a supporter of slave labor then eat here if not then pass, because ALL things La Duni other than maybe take-away cakes are thrown together by unskilled hands and delivered by servers who barely speak english and generally have seen their best days long ago in the early 2000's. But if you must stick to the Pollo... More
We like La Duni and usually go for either breakfast or lunch. We frequent the NorthPark location, but most recently we went to Fairview and had coffee. Easy-going attitude, better than average service and delicious food. A popular standard with us.
I have been to this place many many times and is one of my favorites for desserts in Dallas. Their Cuatro Leche is the best and a must try. Overall, the service is ok..
Not only is the food very unusual and consistently delicious (chicken has a fantastic flavor), they make some of the best coffee drinks in Dallas. Additionally, their breakfast is good. If you want a place to go alone, this is it because they have an area where you can sit, take your time, and read any or all of their... More
First let me say I love this place, went in for lunch service was great. I had the pulled chicken salad, I expected some greens, none on salad it was s chicken salad mayo based, it was good just not what I thought it would be.
The place is well decorated and offers colorful, interesting-looking main courses. Unfortunately, this is the extent to which these food offerings appeal to me. I found the main dishes to be bland and somewhat overpriced. The service is choppy, with requests taking longer than expected. The only truly enjoyable items were coffee and desserts. I believe that this establishment would... More
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