Nori Handroll Bar
Dallas, TX 75226
- Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday Dinner: 5:30-10:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 5:30-midnight Friday-Saturday Closed Sunday
- Lunch, Dinner
Top pick: Park recommends starting with one of the set lists of handrolls, since there’s considerable savings compared to ordering them all separately and they also serve as a great introduction to the genre.
The downside: On weekend nights, Nori gets incredibly busy, and the music inside is already plenty loud. Go on a weeknight or at lunch and you might have the restaurant to yourself. That’s also a good idea because rumor has it that regulars and friends of the chefs get access to secret menu items which the rest of us peons don’t know about. We can’t be sure because we’re not cool enough to make the inner circle.
Fun fact: Chef Jimmy Park is a Nobu veteran who moved into handrolls after a brief stint in the poke business.
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