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The 5 Best Vegan + Vegetarian Dishes We've had Recently in Dallas + Fort Worth // Updated April 2023

Are you a vegetarian or vegan searching for some delicious eats in the Dallas Fort Worth area? Look no further than these five dishes we've had in the last month, that blew us away. Trust us, you won't regret these five choices for your plant-based fix.



1. ACAI BOWL FROM PRESSED BY PERLA

📍 Oak Cliff // Dallas


Start your day off right with an acai bowl from Pressed by Perla. This healthy and delicious breakfast option is made with a blend of frozen acai, fruits, and granola. Customize your bowl with toppings like coconut flakes, chia seeds, and nut butter. It's the perfect way to fuel up for a busy day!


2. VEGAN BIRRIA TACOS FROM BELENTYS IN FORT WORTH

📍 TCU // Fort Worth

If you're in the mood for some Mexican-inspired cuisine, head over to Belenty's Love in Fort Worth for their vegan birria tacos. Made with tender jackfruit, these tacos are bursting with flavor and will leave you feeling satisfied. Top it off with some fresh lime juice and salsa for an extra kick.


3. RIBS FROM HELLO DUMPLING

📍 Walnut Hill // Dallas

Who says vegetarians can't enjoy ribs? Hello Dumpling's plant-based ribs are a must-try for any foodie in Dallas Fort Worth. Served with a side of house-made BBQ sauce, these ribs are tender, juicy, and packed with smoky flavor. Dare we say, these are as good as the real thing? Yes, we dare say, yes.


4. IN-N-OUT DUPE BURGER FROM GREEN PAPAYA

📍 Oak Lawn // Dallas

Looking for a filling and tasty burger without the meat? Green Papaya has got you covered. Their veggie burger is made with a savory and spicy patty, and topped with creamy avocado cilantro sauce, tangy mayo, crisp pickled cucumbers, sweet juicy pineapple, and fresh green lettuce. It's served on a toasted bun and accompanied by a side of crispy fries. We thought it was literally an in-n-out dupe.


5. VEGGIE SHAWARMA FROM KING TUT IN FORT WORTH

📍 Magnolia // Fort Worth

Last but not least, head over to the Magnolia icon for over 20 years, King Tut in Fort Worth, for their veggie shawarma. Packed with seasoned veggies, hummus, and tahini sauce, this Middle Eastern dish is flavorful and filling. It's the perfect option for lunch or dinner and will leave you feeling satisfied without the meat.


With these five delicious options, you'll be sure to find something to satisfy your vegetarian or vegan cravings in Dallas Fort Worth. Try them out ASAP and let us know your favorite!

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