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Kuai: No Fryers, No Microwaves, Just Fresh Asian Cuisine

DyRSYCTVAAAaOL2.jpgby Alex Gonzalez

The word “kuai” is a Mandarin word for “quick,” and Kuai’s Dallas Parkway storefront encompasses all things quick. At Kuai’s first ever brick and mortar outpost, Founder Jeff Hancock and crew work hard to keep the customers happy, by way of providing a fresh, clean space where lovers of Asian cuisine can dine on healthy and inexpensive food, all of which is prepared and delivered quickly.

Kuai first opened in 2006 in the form of a food court stall at Republic Tower. Hancock had been looking at food truck options in Houston, however, the city of Houston didn’t have the appropriate means or permits for food trucks. He and his brother took note from one of his favorite dumpling shops and later decided on downtown Dallas as the first location. Continue reading

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