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Teppo - Review

demigodh | Apr 6, 2012 06:56 AM

Spoiler alert: Teppo is awesome. I went last night and had one of my more memorable meals in Dallas. The worst dish was great and the rest knocked it out of the park. Here's what I had (in the absurd order that it was served):

-Opaleye Carpaccio
-Thinly sliced Opaleye with olive oil, lemon juice and sea salt. It was phenomenal
-Duck Prosciutto
-As good, if not better, as you're imagining it would be.
-Monkfish Pate
-Well you already know it's amazing so I'll add that it was a good portion. Three slices about a half inch thick.

-Yakitori
-Miso Beef Tongue, Duck Breast and Bacon wrapped Tomato. All were delicious. I actually ordered bacon wrapped asparagus but am happy they brought out the tomato one instead, it was great.

-Whole fried baby snapper
-this was the worst of the lot, and still delicious. Fish was amazingly tasty but I would probably order something else next time just for variety sake.

Every single dish was incredible, I can't say how happy I was. To give some context, I was not as impressed by a recent trip to Tei An or a recent omakase at Nobu.

I wonder why I don't read more about Teppo on these boards. Have you been? Agree or disagree? I'm struggling to think of a high end restaurant I like more in Dallas, that's how good it was.

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