Chimichurri Argentinian Bistro & Bar is a recent addition to the Bishop Arts District restaurant scene and is serving up empanadas, asado-style grilled meats and cocktails with an emphasis on vermouth.
The restaurant is named after the bright green sauce frequently used in Argentine cooking. Chimichurri is usually made with parsley, garlic, olive oil and vinegar, but recipes vary by region and even household. The restaurant reflects that same diversity with dishes and entertainment inspired by the many regions and cultures of Argentina.
The menu includes dishes like Argentine pizza, choripáns, a sandwich made with crusty bread and topped with a chorizo link and chimichurri sauce, Argentine steak cooked on a parrilla, dulce de leche, and of course, Argentine wine, which will make up about 75% of the restaurant’s wine list.
The times we’ve been there, we usually start with a few of their homemade empanadas and their homemade spicy chimichurri sauce. The sauce has the perfect amount of kick to it! Their Milanesas are good but be forewarned – they are HUGE! They can easily be split between two people and you’ll likely have some leftover to take home.
Chimichurri Argentinian Bistro & Bar
324 W. 7th St.
Dallas, TX. 75208
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