Japonesa, Sushi, Pescado y marisco, Opciones vegetarianas
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$$$$ Price range per person $31-60
2817 Maple Ave, Dallas
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Dallas, Texas, Estados Unidos

Tras caminar por Fairmount Street, muchos visitantes se detienen un momento en este restaurante. La carta de Uchi Dallas incluye platos de la cocina japonesa. La mayoría de los clientes recomienda probar su casero salmón nigiri, su famosa anguila y su extraordinario foie gras. Empieza tu comida con un estupendo vino, una irresistible cerveza o un sensacional champán. Cuando visites este lugar, tienes que probar su espectacular café latté, su delicioso o su magnífico zumo. A sus clientes no les gustan los helados de este lugar.

Sus visitantes pueden organizar en este restaurante cualquier tipo de celebración: una boda, un aniversario o una fiesta de cumpleaños. Por si todo esto fuera poco, su personal es exquisito. Su divino servicio es un gran beneficio. Según el criterio de los usuarios, sus precios son razonables. No hay duda de que vas a agradecer su encantadora atmósfera y su excepcional decoración. La valoración de Uchi Dallas en Zomato es de 4,1.

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He estado muchas veces acá y me encanta. Es caro y las porciones son pequeñas pero la experiencia lo vale. Te atienen distinta personas dependiendo de los platos que pidan, todos jóvenes y muy serviciales. Les recomiendo hacer reservas y no ir con mucha hambre por qué es un lugar caro, yo diría que es solo para ocasiones especiales al menos que seas millonario.
My most favorite meal ever. I highly recommend letting your server select your meal! It was delicious and a surprise at every course.
DISCLAIMER: I am a long-time fan of Tyson's Uchi chain, and my husband was a management-level employee for nearly two years of Uchi Dallas. Uchi remains consistently the best sushi experience I have ever had.  The fish is flown in daily from the Tokyo Fish Market.  The staff is extensively trained (their menu test is more than 300 questions long), valet is complementary, and the atmosphere is what I've been calling "upscale casual".  A surprisingly affordable Happy Hour is available from 5-6:30 on weekdays, too. I'd encourage you to make reservations ahead of time; Uchi remains a popular destination, and getting a table during dinner service can be difficult. Upon entering, the host(ess) will take your party's coats, advise you of the wait, and offer you patio seating while you wait for your table.  Servers come around with what I'd consider an amuse bouche - a tray of nigiri sushi, often a roll - and offer you a piece to try, on the house.  The selection of wine and sake isn't enormous, there's around a dozen sakes and around as many wines, but everything on the list is carefully curated.  We opt for the "Demon Slayer" sake, whose proper name is Wakatake Onikoroshi, for its delicate and peppery nature to complement our meal, and I often indulge in a Kirin Ichiban if I'm in a beer mood. While both the husband and I are knowledgeable about sushi, and specifically Uchi's offerings, we normally just do a tasting menu.  This means we advise our server of any allergies (none, thank the gods) and a budget cap (if there is one), and allow them to choose what to bring us.  We'll sometimes as to be hot dish heavy, or raw-forward, or some such thing to give the server direction based on our mood, but more often than not we just ask that they include a few perennial favorites of ours and leave it to them.  I won't lie that it helps that a number of servers and chefs know my husband and what we like, so we're almost never disappointed. As highlights, we adore the hot rock, which is slices of wagyu beef served with a 500dg hot rock about twice the size of your fist (unless you're THE Rock, in which case maybe the size of 2/3rds of your fist?).  Do not touch the hot rock.  You will suffer severe burns and ruin your night.  The server will ALSO tell you this.  Listen to your server, for they are wise.  We also adore the hama chili and masu pom off the cool tastings menu.  Most of our meal usually consists of whatever is freshest (check the chalk board above the sushi bar) and a few things like the avocado nigiri that my husband would marry and leave me for if he could, and the foie gras nigiri, which is something like meat butter melting in your mouth. For desert, we vary from the Fried Milk trio to the sorbet trio, but we're often too full, or just opt for coffee instead. Your experience at Uchi will last two to three hours, generally.  The servers will explain each dish when it's presented, to your satisfaction.  There are plenty of vegetarian options for those who opt not to consume meat, though I'm not sure about vegan dishes. You won't regret spending the roughly $100-150 each that you're going to spend here.  It's a consistently exquisite experience.
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2817 Maple Ave, Dallas, Texas, Estados Unidos
Características
Entrega Asientos al aire libre Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Wifi Para llevar Reserva Estacionamiento Acceso para discapacitados No TV
Horario
LunesLun 17:00-22:00
MartesMar 17:00-22:00
MiércolesMié 17:00-22:00
JuevesJue 17:00-22:00
ViernesVie 17:00-23:00
SábadoSáb 17:00-23:00
DomingoDom 17:00-22:00
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