Quantcast

Your guide to 3 new Preston Hollow spots for Korean eats and Mexican treats

Your guide to 3 new Preston Hollow spots for Korean eats and Mexican treats
Doma Seolleongtang. | Photo: Gi H./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on August 29, 2018.

Interested in checking out the newest eateries in Preston Hollow? From Korean eateries to a Mexican treat shop, read on to see the newest businesses to open in this part of Dallas.

Hot Stone & Korean Kitchen

2330 Royal Lane

Photo: Min K./Yelp

Hot Stone & Korean Kitchen recently opened its doors in the neighborhood. On the menu, you'll find options like the hot stone bibimbap, the spicy pork back bone stew, grilled beef short ribs, marinated beef bulgogi and gimbap (with radish kimchi and spicy seasoned squid).

With a four-star rating out of two reviews on Yelp so far, Hot Stone & Korean Kitchen has made a promising start.

EunSik S., who reviewed the new spot on July 28, wrote, "I had their typical bibimbap and it was fresh! ... The portion is always big and may have gotten bigger than when they used to be at the Carrollton location. I had leftovers even though I used to finish the bowl."

Head on over to check it out: Hot Stone & Korean Kitchen is open from 11 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday-Saturday. (It's closed on Sunday.)

Doma Seolleongtang

11441 N. Stemmons Freeway

Photo: Nancy N./Yelp

Doma Seolleongtang is a Korean restaurant that specializes in seolleongtang (ox bone soup), but also offers other noodle soups, such as ox knee, oxtail, beef cheek and more. You can also score boiled meat platters, including boiled cheek, boiled ox knee and boiled oxtail.  

Yelpers are excited about Doma Seolleongtang, which currently holds 4.5 stars out of 44 reviews on the site.

Yelper Sharon I., who was the first to review the new spot on June 23, wrote, "They serve the highest quality meat, and the price is reasonable. Their side dishes are really good too! I wasn't that hungry, but ended up eating so much because it was so good."

Anthony L. noted, "Super friendly service, fast and delicious foods. Simple yet elegant interior. And I believe they serve breakfast as well. It's hard to find a Korean restaurant that serves breakfast in Dallas. This is the place to go! "

Head on over to check it out: Doma Seolleongtang is open 24 hours a day all week long.

La Michoacana Estilo Chicago

3068 Forest Lane, Suite 113

Photo: La Michoacana Estilo Chicago/Yelp

La Michoacana Estilo Chicago is a new paleteria and ice cream parlor. The Mexican treat spot serves up a selection of paletas (ice pops) and ice creams, which are all made on-site.

It specializes in mangonadas (a drink made with frozen mango, chamoy sauce, lime juice and chili powder) and also offers funnel cakes topped with ice cream. You can score some nachos as well, including one that uses Hot Cheetos instead of tortilla chips. 

It has a 4.5-star rating out of two Yelp reviews so far.

Rachel T., who reviewed the new spot on June 10, said, "Popsicles, ice cream and so much more! Anything you get from here will be amazing, including the cheese ice cream! My go-to is the watermelon popsicle or Oreo ice cream."

Outta T. added, "Lots of flavors to choose from. I had a mango con chile popsicle. One of the most delicious I've ever had. A lot of natural fruit in it. My daughter had an Oreo popsicle."

Head on over to check it out and score a sweet (or spicy) Mexican treat: La Michoacana is open from 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m. on Monday-Thursday and 10 a.m.–11 p.m. on Friday-Sunday.