Souk at Trinity Groves
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 12:00am
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Very good food, in a vibrant atmosphere. Hookah bar outside may get a little noisy for some, but for those who want that experience, it is fun. Would have liked a couple more vegetarian options in the entrée section (had only two options, both somewhat similar). But the side of falafel gets you past the limited vegetarian options. The service was excellent. The waiter continuously monitored our needs and made recommendations that were not meant to sell more food but to cater to our needs. More than once, someone from the managerial staff came by to check to see if we were content. A happy place to be at.
Service was horrible for an empty restaurant with only our table of 6. I constantly had to search for our server to try to make eye contact to bring him to our table. After serving us, he did not come back to check on our food, he had to be told to remove mezza dishes from table, and I continued to signal to him to place new drunk orders. Embarrassed as I was the hostess. My harissa chicken was good but the chicken schwarma my friends were badly disappointed with and no better than cafeteria style. Our server would not have known as he never asked how are food came out.
Was there for Cousin's night. Food was great all around, as we each ordered something different. Salmon was fabulous.
So good - stumbled upon their 5 year anniversary party on date night and we couldn’t have been happier! Amazing food, and the violin guy was playing live, incredible to watch. We will be returning as often as possible!
The menu changed since I was there last but still very good and the lamb tangine is still on menu but has changed slightly but still very good. Love the Happy Hour half price wine bottles.
Really good and inventive food, loved the fun cocktails, but it took two+ hours for a single round of drinks and two rounds of appetizers. Waiter was pleasant but seemed to have a hard time understanding us and/or using his electronic order pad. Drink spilled on the feet of one of the party by the server, and clean up was casual with no follow up from manager or waiter to bring her another napkin or check that the one they brought was enough to dry her off. Forgot to bring bread that had been ordered, forgot to bring to-go box. The long delays in order-to-food would have been more understandable but this was a very uncrowded Monday night.
Very delicious food! The hummuses were amazing!
So if your looking for a great evening and great mediteranean and morrocan fare, with music and the occasional belly dancer on friday and saturday nights. This is the place! Absolutely had a fantasticly, chill, romantic dinner with my girlfriend there last night. Outside on the patio a violin player bowed and enchanted with modern tunes. It really made for a very incredible night. The staff was very accomidating and made sure our night was a pleasure. This is a great date place guys!! Just a heads up if your looking for a date spot or a place to take that special someone . Souk is a definite must, with music , ambiance, great food and the lively buzz of Trinity Grove.
This place is always awesome. Waitstaff treated me like family and the food always taste great! Not to mention it’s a great place to relax at the end of work or during a date plus a pretty awesome view
The management of this establishment seems utterly clueless. We sat down for dinner at 8:30. We ordered drinks, appetizers, and dinner shortly thereafter. We received drinks and appetizers quickly, but then ALL STAFF disappeared for nearly an hour, at which point the server came to tell us that our order had been lost. Hannah, the manager, came out to offer us free dessert for our inconvenience. Absolutely, utterly the wrong way to handle ignoring a table full of customers for over 45 minutes. They promised us that our meal would arrive in 10 minutes, which it did not. It’s extremely disappointing, because the food was excellent, but every step from the great cooks to the customer is marred by absolute incompetence.
If you want excellent Mediterranean food with attentive service, go to Medina instead.
Food was mixed. Some good, some meh. The frozen ginger bourbon drink was great, and I’m usually not a fan of frozen drinks. Server was very good until he forgot about us for awhile. Nice atmosphere inside. Outside had live music on Friday; was very loud.
Not sure if it is under new management, but it seems they have changed the way they present their dishes since I had last been there. The chicken schwerma was very dry and bland. I have always enjoyed it in the past when it was not served on fries and a piece of flat bread. Also, the lights weren't turned down as much and took away from the ambience. Probably won't go back. Too bad, because we really enjoyed it in the past.
The service was excellent. Our waiter explained the foods which Mediterranian and tastes new to us. The lamb kabobs were good and the veggies grilled just right.
We will go again and invite friends. It is different cuisine, extremely well done.
The restaurant itself was beautiful and clean. However, the food was just satisfactory. We were charged for an entree that we didn’t order and unfortunately discovered this the next day. Our server was very slow and not present enough. This place has potential, but seemed understaffed.
service was professional and friendly. comfortable, clean space with nice design touches. patio will be nice when weather gets cooler. food was delicious with tasty, unique drink options. will return.
We drove down from Frisco and met our sons for dinner. We had dined once previously and had a great experience and were expecting a repeat. Unfortunately, we were very disappointed. We ordered family style as we had in the past. Our food came, we quickly ate, and left as soon as we were able. First, the restaurant was warm. Heat and humidity from outside was pouring in through propped open doors. Second, the drinks were poorly made. And, thirdly, the family dinner was not much more than large pile of over cooked and dried out meats on top of a pile of rice. We ate because we needed nourishment, paid the bill and left leaving partially drank drinks and plenty of what would have been a solid meal or two of leftovers. Weren’t worth taking home. Our last visit was only about 5 mos ago. Not certain what has changed but a drop in quality and attention to detail is evident.
Great place for a get together. We took my friend for her birthday and got to see the belly dancer and did hookah. Great choices and great staff. Our waiter (Argel) i believe was really attentive
The falafel was great, the wine was good and the restaurant ambience was nice, but the meat was extremely dry and the food was not very authentic. I don't think I will be back.
Great The food was tasty and unique.
Excellent restaurant in almost every way. Good food, excellent atmosphere, above average service, incredible iced tea. The only complaint I'd have is the decision to serve the dolma appetizer cold. Plus, it was expensive, relative to other Middle Eastern restaurants. The dolmas were hard, chewy, and just not very tasty.
Great food, great view but terrible service. I dont know if our server was new but after we got our food we never saw him again. We had to go inside to see him and ask for our check.
Yaser is a good host and he runs a good restaurant. This place is clean, service is excellent, and the food it delightful. The filet kabab and Lamb Tangine was awesome. If your into Hookah's then this is good place to hang. Most of all the bar tender knows how to pour a healthy drink. The alcoholic drinks are reasonably priced. I've eaten @ TruLucks, WaterBar, and other fancy restaurants in Dallas and Souk is a good eatery at a decent price without all the excessive frills and charges.
If your looking to take your date on a budget and would like to impress upon her/him then this is a good place for under $60/couple.
Our server was amazing and the food/hookah was high quality
Had a great time celebrating my birthday with family and friends. Enjoyed the food!
I was excited to take some friends to Souk as I had tried it months before and really liked it. Unfortunately, it was no where near the quality or selection it once had been. Everything I asked for , they no longer served. Chicken Pastille...nope, Kibbeh...nope, Couscous...nope. I mean, if a Moroccan restaurant needs to serve one item, it's Couscous. It's their national dish for heaven's sake! And, being charged $30 for an extremely mediocre shisha/hookah, when I had just spent $300 on food and drink, was a bit much. My guests enjoyed the experience, but if this place wants to stay open, they're going to need to do a whole lot better.
After our first visit, we brought friends. They loved the food just as much as we did. This time though we also got to see the belly dancing which was beautiful.
The food is absolutely excellent. The staff is most attentive.
Great atmosphere. I enjoy myself each time I go and my guests enjoy themselves as well. The food, service, drinks, and entertainment (belly dancing) is always a wonderful experience.
I wouldn't recommend going there if it's busy; it felt like they were very understaffed - as a result our service wasn't as good as it could have been....
Enjoyed the food and ambiance, but our waiter was sub-par. They had too many personnel serving water and not enough people tending to food and drink. The hookah flavors were standard, but they didn't have a hookah menu, and the price was a bit steep for the experience.
If you like Mediterranean and particularly Moroccan food--this is the place. You get good food with the energy of the Trinity Grove area. Try the Mezza plate for a mix of appetizers and the Chicken Pastilla is as good as I have had any where. The lamb tagine was a bit dry, but the manager comped this which shows that they stand behind their food.
Wonderful food in a great atmosphere. Also, love the cocktails!
The food is amazing, the service is amazing . Ask for Rafael, best waiter!
The food was really very good. I tried the shrimp risotto and it was delicious. Our whole group enjoyed their selections. I will certainly return.
The appetizers were quite tasty, especially the babaganoush, which was served with soft, buttery hot pita bread. Our main dish, lamb tagine, was excellent. At the end of the meal we had Turkish coffee and pistachio ice cream. The coffee was weak and the ice cream was not as flavorful as I hoped, especially given the $12 price tag. I definitely plan to return.
Went there recently for girls night out had a blast. The only thing that I would say is that the service was a little slow. Other than that we all loved it!
The food was outstanding!
This was my second visit at Souk. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is great for a romantic occasion. The service was excellent. I would definitely recommend it to family and friends.