Restaurant round-up: El Ranchito, Souk, Kitchen LTO, The Local Oak

Borrego Asado
Borrego asado at El Ranchito, photo courtesy of Silka Sanchez

El Ranchito introduced a new dish recently. Borrego asado is New Zealand baby lamb with seasoned onions. It’s served with rice, beans and pico de gallo for $17.95.

Chef Najat Kaanache has left Souk, the Moroccan restaurant at Trinity Groves, following a two-star review from the Dallas Morning News.

Eater shows us the interior of the new Kitchen LTO.

The Dallas Observer’s food critic gave The Local Oak a favorable review because bacon and also, Oak Cliff.

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