Listen. If DFW residents don’t know anything else, we know good food. I’m sure that can be debated by some folks from different areas, but I’m sticking to my statement. I mean, we have so much to choose from. We didn’t say it was going to be easy on your diet, but you’re going to eat really good, even if you just spend a weekend here.
Chef Dyrell Hatcher of Savory Kitchen Bar in Little Elm has brought the flava to this area. With the success of their Pappy’s Food Truck and Chef D’s Catering, it only made sense to open a brick and mortar.
As I was saying, we like good food and we know good food. Dining is a favorite activity and past time around these parts. So, what’s so unique about Savory Kitchen?
Savory Kitchen is an American, chef-inspired restaurant and bar boasting eats like brisket nachos, panko- encrusted cod, and their popular The Lobo Burger, that entices you with Angus beef, smoked brisket, onion rings, and house-made cheese sauce. What? Sign me up now. You can’t go wrong with any of these ingredients. The drinks are really creative as well, such as The Balancing Act, a cocktail with 360 Sorrento lemon, fresh jalapeño and rosemary topped with lemonade. Quite intriguing don’t you think?
But that’s not it. Every Sunday from 10 am to 3pm is a fabulous brunch featuring shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles, chicken fried steak, and a brisket breakfast burrito. The menu is simple yet effective with choices of dishes that everyone loves cooked to perfection. Whether you visit on a weekday or weekend, you’re sure to find a dish that you love. Your votes prove it!