Dallas, TX 75201
- Sunday-Thursday 5-10, Friday-Saturday 5-11
- Business Dining, Coat Check, Private Party
- Valet Parking
- Reservations Recommended
Top pick: The only thing better than the ultra-traditional preparations of the day’s freshest fish, printed on a separate menu card, is the melt-in-your-mouth sashimi made from gyutoro (braised beef shortrib).
Fun fact: You can order many of Uchi’s dishes at the more casual bar upstairs, Uchiba. Uchi is a relaxing, comfortable space, but the upstairs bar is just a bit more fun.
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