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About Uchi - Dallas
Chef Tyson Cole brings his signature style to the Dallas location of his restaurant Uchi. Cole combines unexpected textures and flavors and pushes the boundaries of Japanese cuisine, drawing flavor inspiration from numerous points around the globe and mixing traditional master knife work with cutting-edge techniques. Uchi brings its hallmark level of quality and service to an urban location, successfully melding culinary innovation with an approachable vibe
Chef Tyson's menu offerings include daily specials, hot and cool tastings, makimono, yakimono, tempura and, of course, sushi and sashimi.
Dallas, TX 75201
Sushi, Japanese, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet Parking.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Looking for the perfect place to host a dinner party or business dinner? Uchi is the perfect spot for any occasion.
Uchi - Dallas Ratings and Reviews
Uchi is an experience that my palatesill never forget. I feel like you could eat there many times and have a different experience because of the varieties of different plates. The server was most helpful and actually recommended some items I would not have chosen but ended up being my most favorite part of the meal. So glad I had dinner there and look forward to many more. Fried milk at the end of the meal is a must.
From the moment we walked into the door the service was outstanding. We were greeted warmly and wish to happy anniversary as we arrived. We sat at the sushi bar, for Michael had taken care of us. We allowed him to pick out 5 to 6 dishes that he would preferred service. Every single dish was amazing, I mean amazing! I would highly recommend the dishes and let the chefs choose your items if you’re not allergic to anything. We were also greeted with a appetizer of smote brussels sprouts with a unique glaze on them. They were exceptional!This was our first time at Gucci, and we will deathly be going back. Our tab at the end of the evening with three bottles of sake and six entrées was $125. The values exceptional.
Some friends and I went to Uchi before a formal event. We decided to do the CHef's Tasting. It was absolutely exquisite and the servers were extremely knowledgeable about the food and the best way to eat/pair it. This restaurant is very pricey, but it is worth every cent! I would highly recommend this restaurant for a special occasion - birthday, anniversary, date, etc.
We had a pleasant experience at Uchi. Our waiter was very knowledgeable and helpful with suggestions on drinks and food. We did not feel rushed, he did not hover over us, and the other staff members were kind too. It was a relaxing restaurant and we enjoyed the dinner immensely. The atmosphere was a delight. We were able to view the chefs from our table, but we also had privacy at our booth. It was worth the drive to Dallas and we hope to revisit again for another special occasion.
Did the Chiefs tasting. 10 courses of a variety of flavors from expected sushi to quail. The food was extremely well prepared and had an exciting mix of flavors. The limited time sea bass was probably the best sushi I've ever had. The service was friendly engaging and prompt. But careful if you come hungry as it's unlikely to fill you up, being the biggest negative. At 200$ a couple leaving wanting to stop for food on the way home was disappointing.
Very poor service. Very nice and gentle servers but to nothing was brought to the table in order and some dishes were missing. At the same time the service appeared to preferentially treat the table next to us with full attention. This is not a worth while experience
This was my first time at Uchi Dallas (had been to Houston location years ago) and it did not disappoint. Great food, great service...a great experience overall. We opted against the Omakase option and instead chose several items from the happy hour menu, from the main menu, and from the board. It was a nice mixture of hot/cold and vegetarian items. One from the board in particular was the saury. I have been wanting to try saury for years and could never find it at other restaurants. Wow! It was great. But then again, so was everything.
You MUST get the Fried Milk dessert.
At my daughter's request, my wife and I took her and her 3 younger brothers to Uchi for a 17th birthday dinner. It was relatively late on a school night. Since we typically do not dine out as a family, I was somewhat apprehensive about how our kids would do at a fine Uptown restaurant. From the moment Han introduced himself, everything was just fine. Han was our server and his intro, "my name is Han, like Han Solo" made an instant connection with the kids (and me!). Han made fabulous suggestions and treated us like family friends. And because it was my daughter's birthday, Han surprised her with a very special Uchi cookbook! I would give Han and Uchi ten stars if I could. It was a memorable evening for all.
Fantastic experience for a birthday date. Professional waitstaff who were well versed in the ins and outs of the entire menu and all of the ingredients within each dish. We had the chef’s 10 course tasting and are so glad we did. Every single bite was phenomenal and we will definitely be back for Valentine’s Day.
Overall, my experience at Uchi was OK. The service definitely brought up the score, but the food did not fit the value. Some of the dishes were unique and very tasty, while others were a big disappointment. On a couple of the nigiri pieces, the fish was sliced so thin that I could see the rice through it.
The sushi was outstanding, with quality fish and unique preparations. The service was perhaps the best I have ever received at any restaurant. My husband and I have been eating sushi for 30 years and are purists - not those who jest eat large, complicated rolls, and I think Uchi Dallas was the best sushi we have ever eaten.
This is simply my favorite restaurant in Dallas. The food is consistently squeal-worthy. And because the place is unpretentious in its sheer excellence, I do squeal. Often. The flavors and textures are seductive. The vibe is warm and welcoming. There is an air of generosity and care that weaves through the experience—from the valets to the hosts and waitstaff.