Owner David Lamberti wished to open a dining establishment that would bring French-Italian food to his home town. He discovered the place throughout the pandemic within a growing neighborhood in the lively location nearToyota Music Factory If the Lamberti name sounds familiar, you might understand it from Lamberti’s Ristorante & & Wine Bar, likewise inIrving
His latest dining establishment employed Matthew Perry as executive chef and drink director. He’s formerly operated at PM Lounge at The Joule Hotel and assisted with the bar programs at Victor Tango andParliament Monaco is his very first chance to lead a kitchen area.
The menu is pan-European, with meals from Italy, France and some Mediterranean tastes too. Monaco’s supper menu has 4 areas: antipasto, intermezzo, principales and contorno. Starters consist of smoked tartare, crudo, a basic Margherita pizza, crispy chicken liver and a burrata and prosciutto board ($ 22).
From the intermezzo, the wedge salad ($ 16) sets iceberg lettuce with pancetta, blue cheese, tomato, egg and red onion.
For mains, a five-hour braised Rosewood wagyu Moroccan beef cheek ($ 29) is served with a quinoa and prune salad with mint, maintained lemon and macadamia nuts. There’s a three-meat home Bolognese ($ 23) and shrimp Laissez- faire with a pineapple repollo (a kind of slaw) and banana chips ($ 34).
Monaco’s sommelier, Frank Horak, curates a white wine menu that consists of bottles from throughout Europe, in addition to choices from New Zealand, Argentina andCalifornia Bottle rates vary from $42 to $500.
Once you fill on French Riviera food, you can walk around Lake Carolyn or have a look at a few of the surrounding night life.
Monaco is open every day for lunch and supper, and likewise serves breakfast on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Its breakfast menu consists of products such as pancakes, breakfast hash, an “AMBurger” and mussels Americana.
The owners have lofty objectives to broaden their brand-new dining establishment by including a bodega next door and a barroom behind the dining establishment.
Monaco, 5238 N. O’Connor Blvd.,No 134, Las Colinas, 11 a.m.– 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.– 10 p.m. Monday– Thursday; 11 a.m.– 11 p.m. Friday– Saturday; 11 a.m.– 5 p.m. Sunday.