Pomegranates & Big Flavors | Dallas Observer | Gorji

  • June 29, 2021

Gorji Tenderloin with PomegranatesGorji’s Pomegranates & Big Flavors Cited in Dallas Observer List

Chef Gorji’s signature New Mediterranean Cuisine and flawless steak were recommended by the Dallas Observer. They had previously called the back-to-back Texas Steak CookOff Champions’ steak “one of the best tenderloin in the DFW metroplex.”

Seven Under-the-Radar Dallas Restaurants That Serve Big Flavors Without Big Hype

By Brian Reinhart | June 16, 2021

“…That got me thinking about “sleeper” pick restaurants in general: places that aren’t nearly as well-known as they should be. I didn’t even dig down to the level of hidden gems or “holes in the wall.” Here are seven examples of restaurants that aren’t hidden at all, most of them current members of the Observer’s Top 100 Restaurants list. So far, they’ve evaded the hype and kept their tables easy to reserve.

If you can’t get into Sachet or Knife, try…
Gorji

There are only five tables at Gorji, and only one party is seated at each table each night. You’d think it would be one of the toughest-to-grab tables in town. But this tiny space in Addison isn’t as famous as some of its rivals to the south, a secret kept by a tight-knit group of regulars.

If you haven’t been before, you might be puzzling over the suggestion of a single restaurant for both Mediterranean hot spot Sachet and acclaimed steakhouse Knife. But Mansour Gorji’s style is to seduce his customers with flavors of his native Iran — pomegranate seeds are a common garnish here — and then surprise them with a flawless aged steak. It’s a great double act.”

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