Hungry Belly just made its way to East Dallas and has your Asian food cravings covered with plenty of sushi, noodles, bento boxes and more.

Hungry Belly opened at 2818 N. Fitzhugh Ave. in the site that formerly belonged to Mamasan House of Poke. Last year, Mamasan closed its doors six months after opening.

Hungry Belly has the same general layout as the former restaurant, including a spacious angular patio that offers table-and-chair seating and a lounge area, according to Eater. Inside, customers will dine in the presence of industrial chic interiors, warm wood accents and a large aesthetic mural.

The inside of Hungry Belly. (Photo from Instagram.)

It’s hard to find a restaurant where the menu is never-ending. It’s even harder to find a place where every dish on the enormous menu makes your mouth water. Hungry Belly accomplishes both.

Small bites include eats such as kimchi pork belly-topped fries, beef and shrimp gyoza, baby octopus salad and miso soup, according to the restaurant’s menu on DoorDash. For noodles, they offer a variety of ramen and udon dishes. You can also order fried rice, bento boxes or even Asian-infused burgers and tacos.

A whole section of the menu presents Korean delicacies like bibimbap and barbecue, along with sushi and sashimi. Eater reports that Hungry Belly also appears to have a full bar.

Hungry Belly is open every day from 11 a.m. to midnight.

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