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Zoës Kitchen - Addison

5100 Belt Line Road Addison, Texas 75254
11:00am-9:00pm daily
972-788-0888 1 Hour
February 2014 All year
$0-19 Addison Texas
Website Food/Drinks Fast Casual Restaurants
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Quality Mediterranean fast casual food in a loud atmosphere Zoës Kitchen is a Mediterranean style fast casual restaurant. Fast casual is a step up in quality from fast food and is served on regular plates rather than in paper. Zoës has a Greek/ Mediterranean theme and includes pitas, kabobs, humus and tabouli. There are also regular sandwiches such as egg salad and turkey and regular salads. Limited beer and wine is available.

Zoës opened in 2013 and is behind a Whole Foods. It can get packed at lunch. Even at 11:30 am on a weekday only one table was open. In nice weather the large terrace here could be a good option. Noise levels were high inside. While the restaurant design was bright, contemporary and stylish, additional booths and interior seating in general would be a plus.

All appetizers and entrees were served at the same time. This is fast food afterall. The tomato bisque soup was light and not too creamy or with a heavy tomato taste. Also, it was served at a proper temperature. The humus, which is made fresh daily, was nicely seasoned, light and not oily. It worked well both in taste and texture with the soft pita bread. There was a serving of chicken in the protein power plate, and it was cooked well. While the chicken passed muster, the side dish of Greek style slaw really stood out. The slaw was prepared with oil and feta style cheese rather than mayonnaise and was particularly tasty with caramelized onions. A chicken kabob entrée included rice and a side salad. The chicken was properly cooked, soft to chew and had a slight peppery taste. It was decent but could have benefited from some dipping sauce. The rice was slightly buttery tasting but still appetizing. Portions here were about average sized. A large and thick chocolate chip cookie was great wrap to a good meal. You can’t go wrong with chocolate chip cookies in general, but this one was top notch, soft and chewy and with ample chocolate. People in the know tend to come to Zoës for takeout more so than to dine in. The food quality ranked higher than the restaurant’s ambiance, but Zoës still rates favorably overall.
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guyonthego
3/9/2014 5:55:13 PM
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Went to the Plano location on a Sunday night. The spinach rollups were good, like a creamed spinach dish with a light and warm bread shell. Dipping sauce was kind of limited though. Also the cookie was a bit too hard, not as soft and chewy as before, still good taste though.