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4511 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75205
(214) 559-3111
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Abacus - Dallas, TX
Abacus - Dallas, TX
Abacus - Dallas, TX


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The service was perfect, the food was amazing, the place and the decor is beautiful and i would definitely will go there again and again. Please remember if you want to have a ni...


Came to Abacus which coincidentally fell on Restaurant Week. This review comes from somebody that is in the restaurant industry. To make reservations, I had to give a credit c...

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Fabulous! 3/21/2006

I have been to Abacus twice now--once with a regular diner there and once during KLRD Restaurant Week--and both times have been wonderful. The atmosphere can become a little loud at times (especially during restaurant week), but the service is good and the food is fantastic. The wine portions are reasonable (a peeve of mine at nice restaurants). The desserts are also divine! We will definitely return--and most definitely during Restaurant Week. more

Doesn't live up to claim 8/5/2005

Abacus didn't live up to its proclaims. Our table was not ready upon arrival. We had to wait 15 minutes to be seated for our reservation - with no recompense. Where I come from, if your reserved table it not ready, you are offered a drink on the house or complimentary dessert or something. The decor was nice, however, it was far too noisy for anything romantic or even conversation that was not screaming. If I were to return, I'd bring a group of people. The food was good, if you have not had anything better before. The Lobster Shooters were the best thing we had. The entrees (Diver Scallops and Jumbo Prawns) were "all-right" - I've definitely had better Asian fusion in town. The food was over-seasoned, taking away from the inherent flavor of the seafood. The Truffled Mac-N-Cheese, not as great as it sounded, but worth a try. more
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Owner Message

  • Specializing in contemporary global cuisine with Pacific Rim influences, the first restaurant concept of Iron Chef America winner Kent Rathbun.


  • The Scene
    The open layout includes plush indigo carpets, champagne-colored walls and burnt-orange ceilings, creating an urbane and chic canvas. Miro-inspired fabrics cloak semicircular...

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Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu: 6pm-10pm, Fri-Sat: 6pm-11pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Diner's Club, Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Oak Lawn

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