#FoodieFriday: Tulum Takes You There

by Adam Zoblotsky on December 27, 2019 in Food, Dallas/Fort Worth,
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Located in Dallas, at the Shops of Highland Park, this gem of a restaurant will work both as a pre-and-post vacation stop. 

Named after the Yucatan Peninsula hotspot Tulum, this dining getaway offers everything for the #stay-at-home-tourist.

There is holistic love with the Mushroom and Wild Tomatillo Tacos—simple yet exotic at the same time. The savory of the portobello mushroom and the heartiness of the shiitake make this a must-try.

The Short Rib Tamal is another must-try at Tulum. Photo Adam Zoblotsky

What Chef Nico Sanchez successfully captures in cuisine is simply amazing.

The magic continues when you pair Rose Gold Rosé with the Diver Scallops. I thought it would be interesting to ask the winemaker from Rose Gold what her favorite pairing is at Tulum.

Charred Spanish Octopus. Photo Adam Zoblotsky

One of my favorites happens to be a standout for her as well: The octopus, which is unreal. Casey Barber, owner of Rose Gold Rosé, remarked, “I remember it being charred to perfection.” And perfection it was.

Rose Gold Rosé. Courtesy photo

For me, each item is a standout. offering flavor and innovation. Tulum should be on your dining rotation list.

Tulum Restaurant  4216 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219 (972) 677-9747


Cover: Diver Scallops Seared with Smoked Potato Puree. Photo Adam Zoblotsky

Adam Zoblotsky is Publisher at Foodscene Magazine, where this article first appeared, and Creative Director at Restaurant Pixel, a Texas-based design and photography agency.

 

 

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