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When you hear “Morrison at SouthPark,” your mind may jump straight to all the retail shops you love to frequent—but did you know Morrison at SouthPark is also an international dining hotspot?
From flavorful Indian spices at Tandur to Latin Street fare at Sabor, the locally-owned restaurants at Morrison pride themselves on using authentic ingredients to feature the best of their cultures’ cuisines.
If you’re searching for authentic yet approachable Mediterranean fare, Yafo Kitchen is your destination. This vegan-and-vegetarian-friendly restaurant uses carefully sourced ingredients to craft dishes packed with bold Middle Eastern flavor. Signature items are available as a bowl, wrap or salad, allowing for the ultimate amount of customization.
Flavorful favorite dish: Yafo Shawarma featuring shawarma chicken, tzatziki, cucumber and tomato salad, tahini, sumac onion and schug.
Tandur Indian Kitchen
Dining at Tandur is more than a meal — it’s an experience. Each one-of-a-kind menu item includes spices and flavors that will take you on a culinary journey across the regional traditions of India. Perfect for both Indian cuisine first-timers and longtime aficionados, the restaurant’s interactive touchscreens include images of their dishes and information about the benefits of their spices — all of which are roasted and ground in-house.
Flavorful favorite dish: Punjab Chicken Tikka Wrap featuring Tandur-roasted cage free chicken, Masala rice, onion-tomato slaw, and jalapeño raita.
Sabor Latin Street Grill
Another fast-causal dining option is Sabor. This Latin Street Grill offers authentic menu options from countries like Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. From empanadas to quinoa avocado bowls, you’re guaranteed large portions at an affordable price. Not to mention, they’ve got incredible specials every day of the week, including:
Mondays: $6 Three Amigo Burritos and $2.50 Mexican Beers
Tuesdays: $1 Taco Tuesday
Wednesdays: Kids Eat Free
Thursdays: $7 Aprea + Empanada combo and $5 Mojitos
Fridays: $5 Margaritas
Saturdays: Craft Beer Specials
Sundays: $2 Domestic Beers
Flavorful favorite dish: Venezuelan-style Arepa, which is a white maize cake filled with shredded chicken, diced tomato, onion, cheese and rosada sauce.
Yama Asian Fusion
Yama Asian Fusion is undoubtedly a sophisticated spot. And with a refined menu that has been praised by multiple Charlotte publications, including the Charlotte Observer, this Asian restaurant is anything but traditional. Indulge in their top rated sushi, and be sure to ask about their extensive Sake offerings.
Flavorful favorite dish: Love Boat (For Two), featuring the Chef’s assortment of sashimi and sushi rolls.
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