This chic, Dallas outpost of the popular Austin original brings Japanese seafood and other dishes, plus some new just-for-Dallas plates. Check out the gyutoro, a 72-hour braised beef short rib, along with the hot rock Wagyu or scallops. Be sure to pair your entree with one of Uchi's many sake offerings -- with discounts during a daily "Sake Social House" -- and to finish with the famous fried milk dessert.
Since opening in 2015, Uchi continues to impress with its food and polished service. The tightly curated sushi menu features fish flown in straight from Japan’s famed Toyosu Market, complementing classic favorites like salmon and tuna with rotating options you don’t see everyday like bluenose trevally and sea robin. If you're still hungry, there’s a variety of hot and cool small plates on offer, from Walu Walu (oak-grilled escolar) to Kinoko Nabe, a rice dish loaded with seasonal mushrooms, egg yolk, and 72-hour short rib.