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The Grill at Galleria Dallas Launches New Menu

Nueske's Slab Bacon with maple bourbon glaze and pink peppercorns

Change is on the horizon at The Grill, located at Galleria Dallas. While the interior still looks the same (for now, stay tuned), the menu has had a facelift with the introduction of a number of new menu items. 

I attended a media dinner where The Grill’s Executive Chef Michael Stewart flew in from California to present to us his latest culinary creations. After a warm welcome from GM/Executive Chef Robert Hall and the rest of the team, we embarked on a delightful tasting of some of the newest menu items. 

You might typically think of The Grill as "dude food", with heavy steakhouse meals that don't leave room for lighter features. Not so at The Grill, as they still have lots of light and fresh seafood options even a pescatarian can climb on board with. 

To start, try the Ahi Poke or the Crab & Hamachi Sushi Roll if you're feeling up for something light. If you want something heavier, the Nueske's Bacon (shown above) is like meat candy that will literally melt in your adoring mouth.

Ahi Tuna Poke with onion shoyu, tobiko, avocado, wonton crisps

Crab & Hamachi Roll with avocado, mango, tobiko, and lime

Next up, opt for either their soup of the day or one of seven salad selections. On the entree' sized salads I've got my eye on the Seafood Salad, topped with shrimp, crab, lobster, grapefruit, and green goddess dressing.

For the main course, I've heard their classic Chicken Pot Pie is the stuff dreams are made of. You also can't go wrong with their NY Strip, 14 ounce Pork Chop, or Australian Lamb Rack.

Prime NY Strip

THE STEAK SAUCE deserves its own close up. 31 ingredients in this masterpiece. 

Pork Tomahawk Chop (14oz bone-in chop with delicious apple compound butter)

On the lighter side, I loved the Sea Scallops with smoked carrot puree. This dish is fresh and bright and served with veggies and a grilled lemon. Ask for a side of Lobster Mashed Potatoes. These are their classic mashed potatoes, loaded up with chunks of lobster meat. Absolutely divine. 

Pan-seared Sea Scallops with Smoked Carrot Puree

You need these Lobster Mashed Potatoes

P.S. if you eat (sort of) light for a whole meal I totally think you can splurge on dessert (and even if not, leave some room). Who can say no to this Coconut Cake? 6 layers, served with passion fruit coulis, this is a crowd pleaser.

Coconut Cake with Passion Fruit Coulis, Paired with Pacific Rim Riesling

So far, I say the facelift at The Grill is looking pretty good, don't you? Call and make your reservation and experience the revitalization firsthand.

The Grill Dallas
13270 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75240

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  1. Oh my gosh, that Coconut cake looks so delicious. I wish I was taking a trip to Dallas, this is going on my list.

  2. Looks super tasty- I love the scallops and I don't even eat scallops!

  3. This looks absolutely delicious! Beautifully presented too.

  4. I definitely dream about going to this party place again. The live music at venues in Chicago was an added bonus, providing a backdrop for the fun hours spent imbibing, tasting, and chatting up with the breweries and beer distributors.


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