Located in Uptown, the third location of Uchi made its debut in 2015. Melding the best offerings of Chef Tyson Cole’s first three restaurants (Uchi Austin, Uchiko, and Uchi Houston), the menu includes hot and cold tastings, makimono, yakimono, tempura, sushi, and sashimi. In addition, Chef de Cuisine Rhonda Mccullar creates a seasonal menu that rotates four times a year just for Dallas diners. Reservations are encouraged and can be booked online up to 1 month in advance for parties of up to 10 guests. Walk-in bar seating is available and is subject to wait times. Patio seating is weather permitting and may be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather. We look forward to serving you, Kanpai!
A bar concept located on the 2nd floor from Chef Tyson Cole that incorporates elements of Uchi & expands that into a cocktail experience. Reservations are encouraged and can be booked online up to 1 month in advance for parties of up to 12 guests. Walk-in bar seating is available and is subject to wait times. Patio seating is weather permitting and may be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather. We look forward to serving you, Kanpai!
For nearly three decades, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has been celebrated for his innovated new style Japanese cuisine. By combining his cutting edge creativity with exceptional hospitality in a glamorous setting, his restaurants all over the world have garnered numerous awards and accolades.
MANPUKU, which means “to be happy with a full stomach” in Japanese, brings interactive Japanese yakiniku dining to Dallas with its first Texas restaurant, slated to open on Lower Greenville June 29.We were first established in 1948 at the heart of Tokyo’s food hub. The restaurant curated its original, and now signature-styled dish, “Negi-Shio” meat, which has now become the standard of Japanese BBQ “yakiniku” dining.As a pioneer of yakiniku with now more than 70 years of history, MANPUKU brings you the authentic “Taste of Tokyo” experience focuses on bites of raw protein and vegetables cooked tableside over small grills and eaten fresh and hot.
Musume, which means Daughter in Japanese, serves world-class sushi and contemporary Asian cuisine in a vibrant atmosphere. Located in the heart of downtown Dallas in the Hall Arts District, Musume guests have both the largest sake list in North America and most extensive Japanese whisky list in DFW. After dinner, be sure to ask your server about our speakeasy, Akai.
LOCATED IN THE HISTORIC DEEP ELLUM NEIGHBORHOOD OF DALLAS, TX.Niwa provides an authentic yakiniku experience, featuring premium in–table smoke–free grills.Prepare premium grade beef, seafood, vegetables and more at your own table while enjoying a wide selection of Japanese sake, beer, and craft cocktails. Eating at Niwa is always an exciting experience, perfect for dinner with family, or a fun night out with friends.
Located on the 50th floor of The National, Kessaku is a cocktail and sake lounge serving Dallas’ freshest, globally sourced fish and seafood.The Kessaku team has built a world-class collection of cocktails, sake and Japanese Whiskey that will blow your sushi-loving mind. Visit us online for additional reservation availability - www.kessakurestaurants.comA creation of Chef Danny Grant and Chef Hari Chan, Kessaku offers elegant sushi made with fresh, globally sourced fish and warm artisanal rice. The menu showcases an array of nigiri, sashimi and rolls from the very traditional to the unexpected.Kessaku, which means masterpiece in Japanese, boasts 360-degree views of the Dallas skyline from the historic observation deck at the top of The National. The intimate 60-seat restaurant is lavishly designed to feel like a hidden club in London where every corner of the space tells a story unlike any other in Dallas.
Steel’s interior design expresses a Zen theme. Steel serves authentic Japanese & Indo-chine (Vietnamese) cuisine, a sushi bar with fresh seafood flown in daily, and a walk-in wine cellar with wine collection of over 1000 boutique vineyards. Steel is located in the heart of Dallas, Oak Lawn / Turtle Creek, just a few minutes from downtown. Hold on to your chopsticks!!