SPONSORED CONTENT PHOTO COURTESY OF THE LAM FAMILY The winning combination of quality food, warm hospitality and giving back to their community is what keeps customers coming back to Leong’s 21 in Chesterfield Township. Leong’s 21 committed to quality food, strong sense of community for 20 years By Jane Peterson For MediaNews Group A restaurant doesn’t mark its 20th anniversary without doing something right. For the Lam family and their popular Chinese eatery, that “something” is a successful combination of quality food, warm hospitality and giving back to the community it serves. “We’re very proud of what we’ve built here,”
Updated Sept. 10, 2021 to correct the name of the chef at Crab City.
They say good things come in threes. So here are three new food-and-bev establishments that opened in August or September 2021 in Dallas-Fort Worth.
New Garland restaurant Crab City is serving seafood fusion food that honors the owners’ Vietnamese upbringing and shows off their love for Cajun food.
Built in the shell of an old Target in Mesa, the Mekong Plaza food mall offers the largest selection of Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino and Taiwanese restaurants under one roof in the the Valley.
Interspersed between the restaurants and food stalls are beauty salons, bakeries, gift shops and smaller stores selling medicinals and Asian jerky. You could easily spend a day exploring the vast indoor mall, which is anchored by the Mekong Market grocery store, one of the best places to shop for specialty sauces and herbs.
Choosing from more than a dozen food options is an overwhelming task, so I