Kitchen LTO

New American
$ $ $
3011 Gulden Ln Ste 108
Dallas, TX 75212
(214) 377-0757
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 12:00am
11:00am - 3:00pm
5:00pm - 12:00am
11:00am - 5:00pm


  • The chef, menu and interior change every four months, but the physical building and management stay the same.
  • Extremely slow. Not worth the wait for the food they have. Way over priced as well. Choose Luck next door instead!!
  • Kitchen LTO is where chef Eric Shelton is turning out creative fare like Velvet Hammer-glazed pork belly, a tuna tower jazzed up with crispy chicken skin and French macaron ice cream sandwiches.
  • Skip Blythe Beck. Way overpriced and under seasoned.
  • I've decided to live here until Chef Shelton's residency comes to a close.
  • Chef Eric Shelton's Crispy pork bellies were the best I've ever tasted.
  • "limited time only"--dope concept! catch chef eric shelton while you can.
  • Portions are TINY.
  • The idea is to be a perennial pop-up, with a chef and designer chosen three times a year by the Dallas public. The first iteration of Kitchen LTO features chef Norman Grimm.
  • The LTOMG dessert was awesome to see and great to eat. Had the lamb sliders which Tziziki sauce that was so tasty and very fresh. Definitely pricey but the deck was awesome as was the music.
  • Dallas' first permanent pop-up restaurant. Cool concept but the food disappoints. It's overpriced and underwhelming. I won't be back.

Nearby places

3011 Gulden Ln
3011 Gulden Ln Ste 114 (at Singleton Blvd.)
3011 Gulden Ln Ste 112 (at Singleton Ave.)