Gorgeous New Pan Asian-Inspired Restaurant Opens In Dallas

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Gorgeous New Pan Asian-Inspired Restaurant Opens In Dallas

Go on a culinary journey from Bangkok to Bali right here in Dallas at the new Elephant East in Harwood.

From the alleyway to the table, bar, and lounge, and back again, Elephant East in Harwood feels like a multi-sensory excursion to a faraway land and experience that you won’t want to miss! [Featured image: @kathytran.eats]

Opened recently on La Rue Perdue in the Harwood District, Elephant East from the Harwood Hospitality team offers a culinary experience like none other in Dallas.

Harwood Hospitality is the group behind some of Dallas’ most coveted bars, eateries, and concepts, including: The Grove, Saint Ann, Te Deseo, Mercat Bistro, and Harwood Arms. Their latest project is that of Elephant East, a breathtakingly-ornate Pan Asian-inspired bar, restaurant, and lounge.

Located adjacent to Harwood Arms, tucked in a Euro-inspired alleyway, Elephant East will surely wow any and all guests who step inside. Adorned with suspended lanterns, dazzling statutes and installations – keep an eye out for their elephants – as well as intricately-carved wood and wall fixtures, and lush flora, restaurant offers an impeccable atmosphere by which to enjoy an evening.

As for its menu, the restaurant serves a variety of Asian dishes ranging from Singapore noodles, house-made pork baos and dumplings, and the fit-for-a-family Pu Pu Platter fixed with pork spare ribs, chicken satay, nems, and bang bang shrimp. For dessert, patrons can satisfy their sweet teeth with their Chinese donuts, chef-selected Mochi, or Bubble Waffle Sundae, filled with chocolate truffles, peanuts, caramelized milk, whipped cream, pocky sticks, sprinkles, and a Bindi Chocolate Gelato Bear.

Elephant East also serves a colorful selection of tantalizing cocktails, that include the Spring Snow with Empress Gin, St-Germain, lemon, and lavender-infused syrup; Signapore Sling with gin, Heering Cherry Liqueur, fresh lime, and soda water; and Margarita of the East, made with Exotico Blanco Tequila, Cointreau, candied ginger, and Ginger Lime Agave.

Elephant East is now open at 2580 N. Harwood St., Suite 120. It opens daily (except Mondays and Tuesdays) at 5 pm until 10 pm on Wednesdays, 11 pm on Thursdays, midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and 10 pm on Sundays.

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