Indian Street Food Concept Comes to Irving-Las Colinas

A new restaurant concept is coming to Dallas with what is definitely a unique twist on eggs. Called EggHolic, it’s a tiny chain with just three locations in the Chicago area that hopes to introduce us to a new style of Indian street food.

They’ll open their first DFW location in Irving, at 7750 N. MacArthur Blvd., #135, in a shopping center next to a Mi Cocina. They’re taking a space that used to be home to Bombay Chopstix, a Chinese-Indian fusion spot that was there for a decade before closing in late 2019.

According to a release, they’ll open in the fall.

Founded in Chicago three years ago, EggHolic specializes in authentic, Indian-style egg dishes as well as a variety of Indian street foods designed to evoke the lahris (street cart) found in India. There are egg-based appetizers, rice, curries, and sandwiches, with a large selection of vegetarian options. In fact, their only “meat” is halal chicken.

Founders Bhagyesh Patel and Lay Patel emphasize that this is not a breakfast place and their menu goes far beyond your basic omelet and scrambled eggs.

“Whether you are looking for eggs cooked in different forms with yummy gravies, a variety of sandwiches, flavorful rice, or chaat, we’ve got it,” they say.

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