Coppell Student Media

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The ramen review: With the trend towards these noodles increasing, new restaurants are popping up in the DFW area (with video)

Ramen Hakata’s original Hakata Ramen ($8.50) has a tonkotsu, cream-based broth. With many toppings such as pork and a soft boiled egg, there is a lot of dimension to the dish. It does have thinner noodles, which is disappointing to some ramen eaters.

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

March 30, 2017

Many people incorrectly picture ramen as a sodium-packed noodle soup in a foam cup that is eaten in copious amounts by broke college students. Authentic ramen, a Japanese and Chinese rooted dish, is more than just an instant noodle. With broths requiring six to 12 hours of preparation, specialty ...

Salata brings fresh flavors to Coppell

Coppell's new restaurant Salata offers fresh and healthy flavors at their salad bar. Located at 150 S. Denton Tap Road, Photo by Alex Dalton.

October 23, 2015

By Wren Lee Staff Writer @Leelaurenwren You step into the polished atmosphere as your stomach growls. A balloon carrot waves at you from its home in the corner. Food is spread out in front of you. Welcome to Salata. Located near Zoe's Kitchen on South Denton Tap Road, Salata is a fresh n...

Zoë’s Kitchen brings unique twist to typical Coppell fare

Zoë's Kitchen brings unique twist to typical Coppell fare

January 22, 2015

By Chloe Moino Staff Writer @_chloechristine Having opened to the Coppell public on Jan. 15, Zoë’s Kitchen is a popular chain restaurant that offers Mediterranean-American cuisine. Greek food is not the first thing I expected to be offered when I walked up to this modern and colorful restaurant. My mother and I w...

Twisted Root plans to bring urban flair to Main Street

Twisted Root plans to bring urban flair to Main Street

January 8, 2014

By Kristen Shepard Editor-in-Chief Last year, when ground broke for the Main Street Coppell development, two large restaurant spaces and several office spaces were vacant and waiting for businesses to kick off Coppell’s latest economic project. Twisted Root Burger Company prides itself on being “where ...

Jimmy John’s stops using their famous sprouts on sandwiches

April 17, 2013

By Jordan Thompson Staff Writer Now that Coppell has been gifted with a new Jimmy John's on Denton Tap right in between the new Einstein's and Smash Burger, I have been more excited about lunch time than before. In fact, one of my favorite things about their subs was the sprouts that came on almost...

Smashburger: Coppell’s newest and best burger joint

Smashburger: Coppell's newest and best burger joint

April 11, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor There was a time, not long ago, when the golden arches of McDonald’s defined the American burger industry. Fast, cheap and greasy – that was the only option. Within the last few years, however, we have witnessed the rapid boom of trendy “better burger” establishments providing a higher quality, al...

City takes pride in restaurant inspection results

While some restaurants in Coppell passed their health inspections with flying colors, others fell below the bar. Graphic by Brain Hwu.

December 1, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Coppell schools and restaurants were recently evaluated by the City of Coppell Health Department (CHD), scoring exceptionally well in all aspects of the inspections. CHD is responsible for protecting the public health of Coppell residents by inspecting for food safety...

Homecoming Havoc

September 20, 2011

By John Loop Staff Writer Coppell High School won't be the only one grooving on the dance floor for the Homecoming dance this Saturday night. Three other schools are having their dances as well. Flower Mound, Cistercian, and Jesuit are getting down on Saturday night. Many of the restaurants...

Egg recall proves to be needless worry for Coppell

September 29, 2010

By Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Video by Matt French In astonishment, families, restaurants and groceries across the nation pulled egg cartons out of their fridges on Aug. 17. Three hundred and eighty million eggs from over 40 different egg brands, ranging from Lucrene to Albertson’s, were...

My experience at Rosa’s Cafe

April 29, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer I pulled into the extremely crowded parking lot and thought Oh, great. Seeing the huge number of cars, I knew it would be ages before my family and I finally got to eat—let alone, get a table.  It was Monday night, and the café had just opened on Saturday…the new work...