DALLAS — Salt bae diners in a Dallas diner will soon be able to order a spicy, fried rice meal and get a plate full of crispy fried rice.
Salt Bae Diner owner and founder Josh Bajaj said he is launching a fusion restaurant that will have “salty caramel sauce” on the menu, a salty caramel sauce that tastes like sesame seed butter, and a fried rice dish that is “almost like a fusion between chicken fried rice and a curry plate.”
Bajaj has already opened Salt Bae Kitchen, a popular restaurant in Denton, Texas, and he said his Denton restaurant will eventually expand to Denton and surrounding areas.
He said his new restaurant will have an Asian fusion flavor, with “salt, a little bit of spice, a lot of caramel sauce,” he said.
“I am trying to make it really a fusion with Asian flavors,” Bajabaj said.
Salt Bai Diner is located at 2310 Denton Highway in Dickson, Texas.
The restaurant has been open since August.
Bajabja said he plans to open more locations, with a goal of having 100 people inside by November.