Since reading the book "Eating Animals" published by Jonathan Safran Foer in 2009, I have tried my best to stop eating animals without being annoying or self-righteous in this matter.
This means dining with carnivorous friends, family, colleagues, etc. voluntarily, and ordering French fries, green beans or bread and kimchi as a dinner. I know the problems of the first world.
But I always have lunch at Chip's Old Fashioned Hamburger, which started in 2011 as a single location on Lovers in Tollway. That's because Chip's has delicious vegetables and Portobello burgers.
Chip's has fried cheese, fried kimchi, fried mushrooms and fried green tomatoes (I never said healthy). Chip's has football-sized mashed potatoes. If you are not a vegetarian, you can put butter cheese and sour cream on it as a filling or a whole meal.
Chip's also has spinach and mushroom tortillas, as well as a series of healthier side dishes-steamed spinach, steamed broccoli, steamed corn, fruit salad, pinto beans, fried cabbage, steamed rice... you know. Everything.
My only beef is the salad menu-the salad looks great, but you have to make more modifications than I want (I care about zero modifications when measuring convenience and the best chance of error-free orders).
This is where Chip's menu enters the danger zone-pie. When you pick up the new Chip's at Oak Cliff near the Methodist Hospital, you will meet Chip's Bakery, which displays a variety of delicious, delicious and rich cream pies, including peanut butter, chocolate, lime, and coconut And I-don't-even know how much. I was at a loss and just asked the cashier to pack the one she chose (she chose a peanut butter chocolate, and I will dream of her until we meet again, hopefully tonight).
This burger chain has been in Dallas since 1981. Brent Gamster bought it in 2011 and expanded it from a location on the toll road Lovers to outposts in Lakewood and Plano, and now—whether it’s pastime or death—Oak Tree Bluff. Chip's on Beckley also has a full bar. If you don’t have a TV, this is a great place to watch the Cowboys and enjoy the Dallas skyline. that is.
Here are some other burger restaurants that offer vegetarian and vegan products (choose convenience and quality, remember I live in Oak Bluffs, but I also often go to work in Preston Valley, Lakewood/East Dallas and Highland Lake.):
Shake Shack (Preston Valley, Old Town/East Dallas)
Hunky's (Oak Cliff, Oak Lawn)
Twisted Root (Deep Ellum, suburbs)
Jake's (Highland Lake, East Dallas, Oak Lawn, suburbs)
Burger King (everywhere)-you can't take my gourmet card because I have never eaten it, and branches such as Impossible Whopper and Nuggets and Breakfast Sandwiches are the ultimate convenience for road trips and late nights. Side note: The core vegetarians and vegans pointed out that BK grills plant-based products with real meat.