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#476 of 2,453 Restaurants in Dallas


Latin, Cafe
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Table Service

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4.5 miles from Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
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Reviewed December 20, 2020

We drove 30 minutes to enjoy our favorite North Park restaurant only to find it had closed. Out of Business. Ok his is the sad reality of COVID. my heart sank with sadness. I’ve eaten at this place since the day it opened and it’s...always had such an amazing following of patrons. I wish the family well and hope to see them again when COVID is but a memory. Blessings to the Entire La Duni family and staffMore

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed February 24, 2020

I’ve been there more than a few time and they always got me satisfied. Great italian coffee, great fresh pastries and the food is great too. The service is very good, they have always been nice to me and my girlfriend and family.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 11, 2020

Friday night. Came here only because we needed to be at North Park around dinner time. If you're here and hungry for Latin food, this is your place. Sure, the chips are super salty and the entrees priced higher than comparable Latin restaurants. You'll be...hard pressed to find an entree for less than $16, i.e. the Enchiladas Suiza. These enchiladas are very good, though the tortillas had a an uncharacteristic crunchiness that made me think they may have been fried. The included beans and rice were very average. They could use some jazzing up since they're on a $16 entree. My partner's quinoa salad was pretty but that's about it. A highlight was a scoop of pistachio ice cream. Less expensive than places in the mall too. If that's not your thing, go for the $9 slice of cake (thankfully, large enough to share). Service was average. There are better Latin restaurants in town but you'll do OK here since you're at the mall. Unless I'm at NP around dinner time, I think it will be another few years before I return.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 7, 2020

More Tex-Mex on the menu now than there was. Still lots of empanadas and other argentinian delicacies and lots of tasty looking pastries. Try the Caiprohinah

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed September 23, 2019

Our food was some of the worst we’ve ever eaten! I’d rather eat a frozen dinner from the grocery store-wait, I think I just did! The pollo Milanese tasted just like a frozen meal, and the mashed potatoes were still cold. What’s the big deal...of their empanadas? These were nothing special either-rather tasteless expensive meat pies. The only positive thing about our meal was the chips and salsa which were very good. We also had an excellent server, but these things still can’t make up for the awful food.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 6, 2019 via mobile

We had a lovely lunch at La Duni after a trip to the eyeglass store. We enjoyed everything including the wonderful guacamole. They even make doggie cookies that we took home fot the dog.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 3, 2019 via mobile

The service at this location is always friendly but they often seem short staffed so things take a little longer than you might expect. The wait is worth it though. The Carne Asada is incredibly tender and tasty. The chips and salsa are some of...the best around. And the milk chocolate cake dessert with vanilla ice cream and raspberry sauce is a great finish to the meal.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed July 13, 2019

I have only eaten at the McKinney Ave location, but we were meeting a friend of my daughter’s at NorthPark Center, so we were eager to try this location. We all ordered brunch items on n a Saturday morning at 11:30. Wish I had ordered...a Cuban sandwich. We all got something different, and none of us liked our food—Miigas with four cheeses that were dry, breakfast tacos with bad sausage, Chilaquiles with too many tortillas and way too spicy, guacamole (with cucumber and radish!!) and French toast. I have always enjoyed the tres leches cake at the McKinney location. Should have stuck with that. The ambiance is nice, the service was excellent, at times too attentive, and the staff up front were great. Food was just bad.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed May 22, 2019 via mobile

Wow is all I can say about this place.. I was eager to try here since I was visiting from out of town. The location, open grass area & Terrence made it appealing. First the greeter/host guy said I’ll be right back and left us...hanging there for 15 minutes after we asked for a table. We finally approached a girl behind the cookie counter and asked if someone could help. We should’ve just left (I wish we would’ve) we ordered from a girl who seemed nice enough. I got the Taquitos & my friend got the Rib Eye Burger. The taquitos were dry and my friends burger was well done when she asked for it medium rare. We had to track the waitress down who never once came to ask how things were. Once she came we asked if the burger could be remade. It seemed like a big deal, I mean the way we were treated was ridiculous. I was nervous to ask for extra salsa to choke down the dry taquito but I did, and waitress said, I’ll see if I can do that.. really? I went to the best restaurants on this trip to Dallas and this one was the worst food and service. Go here only if your desperate but know you’ve been warned.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed March 20, 2019 via mobile

We called for reservations and the host indicated all he had was outside seating. We had two children so we suggested we would go elsewhere and canceled our request but he immediately said “ok, inside”. Really? When we arrived in one hour, no one was...outside. Our first impression was very poor. His attitude did not improve. Once seated, the waiter was very good and brought excellent mojitos and margaritas. We had flautas, enchiladas, and steak. Every item, except the queso was very good. The queso had a very strong cheese and was colored green by some ingredient that made it unappealing. Great cocktails, wait service, and chips with salsa. I can only imagine how many potential patrons may have been discouraged by the “gatekeeper”.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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