Empty plate and silverware set on wooden table. Photo courtesy of Getty Images.

Zalat Pizza added appetizers and desserts to its menu after over seven years in business.

The restaurant opened its first location on N. Fitzhugh Avenue in East Dallas in 2015. Since then, it has expanded to 27 locations in Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.

Zalat was founded by Khanh Nguyen, who opened his first restaurant, DaLat Vietnamese, in 2012.

Until now, pizza has been the staple of the menu. But with two new options — za’bites and beignyays — customers can order appetizers and desserts too.

Za’bites are pretzel-like bites coated in butter and salt and served with a dipping sauce. The four sauce options are the company’s signature srirancha, nacho cheese, maple syrup and srirancha mustard.

Beignyays are Zalat’s take on a French beignet. They’re made with za’bites coated in butter and cinnamon sugar, with a side of powdered sugar and syrup.

Both of these menu additions will be available starting Jan. 10. The nearest Zalat is at Forest Lane and Central Expressway.

Za’bites at Zalat Pizza. Photo courtesy of Zalat.