|Moroccan Pancakes, Chocolate Bar, Moroccan Monte Cristo at Souk|
|Steak & Eggs at Souk|
The beauty of Trinity Groves is that all of the restaurants in the center are different types of cuisines, so it's like visiting Epcot Center at Disney World, you can graze from country to country and have different experiences all in one location. Souk is definitely the most exotic of the lot and provides a other-worldly destination. "The restaurant is designed to evoke a marketplace, with strategically placed baskets and hanging lamps and lighting meant to imitate slatted sunlight beaming through the roofs of vendor booths," wrote the Observer. "The front is always open wide to the patio area... and the smells drifting from the open kitchen and tile-covered oven have attracted a lot of people." Souk has been open for a couple of years now and made quite a name for themselves as a date night destination with a menu chock full of savory tagines and after-dinner entertainment of belly dancing and hookahs. "The restaurant is broken down into various ‘rooms’ separated by a tapestry of thinly veiled cloth," wrote Crave DFW. "There is also a very private room located in the back of the restaurant that seats about eight people comfortably, and has an eagle eye glimpse of the kitchen. The atmosphere is very cozy and rich with mysterious lighting that gives you an other world feel." Visit on Friday or Saturday evenings and you can enjoy belly dancing. Who doesn't love a live stage show!? If you are feeling naughty or adventurous, partake in a hookah. They have a variety of flavors, from Lemon Chill to Passion Fruit Mojito to Simply Apple.
|Lahmacun & Eggs Flatbread at Souk|
Souk is located in Trinity Groves at 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas, Texas (469) 458-2233
Hours: M-F 11am–10pm & Weekends 11am-12am. www.soukdallas.com
Mondays: Select bottles of wine are 50% off
Tuesdays: Hookahs are $20 (reg. $30)
Wednesdays: Special 4-course Moroccan dinner is offered for $35
Fridays: Belly dancing
Sat/Sun: Brunch. Hookahs are $20 (reg. $30)
Disclaimer: Souk is a client of Gangway Advertising. Am I biased? Probably. Should you still believe 99.9% of how amazing I am telling you this place is? Abso-frickin-lutely.