Milagro platter. photography by Kevin Hunter Marple

Casa Milagro Makes Its Mark in Richardson

Luna de Noche fans get that old familiar feeling at Casa Milagro.

Luna de Noche fans will get that old familiar feeling at Casa Milagro, a new Mexican restaurant in east Richardson. There’s Luna’s cilantro-spiked salsa, not to mention Eddie Galvan, a fixture at the Richardson Luna until he left to open Casa M with Arnold Nitishin, ex-operations manager for the M Crowd. They’re doing combo plates, of course, but the signature dish is chiles rellenos—roasted not fried—filled with shredded pork, shrimp, steak, or super-tender brisket. The location in a lonely shopping center turns out to be inspired: there’s a whole populace on the east side of families and telecom workers who throng the place for lunch and dinner, too.

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