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You So Pretty. Miso Hungry.

We know, we know. When it comes to high-quality Asian food, we all naturally head for the mall food court and the fast-food steam tables brimming with hours-old chunks of “meat” covered in nukular-red sauce because, like you, it’s fast and cheap.

Oh, we exaggerate because we care. And we give you more credit for your culinary endeavors than that.

So, rejoice in a welcome addition to the lunch scene in the Knox/Henderson ‘hood thanks to a simple-yet-delicious new menu at Little Katana. Designed by Chef Kenny Mills, it features Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai influences for fabulous fusion fare.

Flip through the rainbow-colored cards and select your entrée type: Bento Box, Rice Bowl, Noodle Bowl, Soup Bowl or Salad Bowl. Then customize with your choice of protein, a gardenful of fresh veggies, sauces and even small details like type of rice or noodles.

Or order from the sushi menu and get your fishy fill. A top recommendation is the Ahi Tower with spicy tuna, crabmeat, avocado, caviar, and sushi rice mixed with cream and wasabi sauce. It’s a stunning sight to behold, but don’t spend too much time worshiping. It’s meant to be eaten, too.

Get in there quickly, before every foodie finds out about this great noontime secret.

Open for lunch Monday through Friday, 11:30 to 2:30
Entrees $8 – $12
Little Katana
4527 Travis Street, Dallas
(214) 443-9600.

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