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Uchi, "house" in Japanese, is founded by James Beard Award‑winning Chef Tyson Cole. A delicate balance of elevated food and impeccable service, Uchi offers non‑traditional Japanese cuisine with signature tastings, sushi, and a seasonal omakase.

hours

sunday - thursday 4pm - 10pm friday - saturday 4pm - 11pm

happy hour

every day 4pm - 6:30pm

private dining

Ideal space to gather for any occasion such as corporate events, birthdays, and other special gatherings. more info

complimentary valet

special feature

A close-up of a hand holding a pair of chopsticks surrounded by a table of food and drink.
tues ‑ feb 14

valentine's day menu

our special valentine's day omakase menu available for dine‑in on tues feb 14
Please note your interest in this omakase when reserving.

local favorites

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Madai Crudo served in a white bowl.
madai crudo japanese sea bream, asian pear, myoga, yuzu kosho
hama chili yellowtail, ponzu, thai chili, orange supreme
Hama Chili served on a white plate.
Wagyu Hot Rock served on a wooden plate.
wagyu hot rock wagyu beef, ponzu
Nama Hotate served on a wooden plate.
nama hotate dayboat scallop
otoro nigiri fatty tuna
Otoro Nigiri served on a wooden plate.
otoro nigiri fatty tuna
Wagyu Hot Rock served on a wooden plate.
wagyu hot rock wagyu beef, ponzu
gyutoro 72-hour short rib
Gyutoro served on a wooden plate.
Wagyu Tataki served on a black plate.
wagyu tataki a bar n ranch coulotte, brussels, chimichurri, fried egg miso foam

dallas chefs

Rhonda McCullar, chef de cuisine of Uchi Dallas.

rhonda mccullar

chef de cuisine
Paul Ko, head sushi chef of Uchi Dallas.

paul ko

head sushi chef

private dining

A private dining room at Uchi Dallas.
Whether you’re planning a gathering of 15 people or 150 people, private dining at Uchi or Uchibā offers an ideal space to gather for any occasion such as corporate events, birthdays, and other special gatherings.

art + design

Woven spyrographs by Magda Sayeg.

Magda Sayeg

spyrographs

read more about Magda Sayeg

Magda Sayeg, created the spyrographs hanging on the back dining space of Uchi Dallas. These dynamic pieces feature vibrant yarn intricately woven around circular steel frames, mixing math and art, fitting for Magda who is an artist with a math degree.

Multi-armed pendant light fixtures by Keith Kreeger.

Keith Kreeger

custom multi‑arm pendants

read more about Keith Kreeger

Ceramicist, Keith Kreeger, created the porcelain shades for the multi‑armed pendant light fixtures lighting the central dining rooms. These custom shades give the fixtures a hand‑made character, and provide a soft glow to the dining space.

Fabric wrapped light fixtures by Litmus Industries.

Litmus Industries

cantilevered booth lighting

read more about Litmus Industries

Litmus Industries created custom fabric wrapped light fixtures to bring a warm glow throughout dining space over the perimeter booths. These pieces help bring the scale of the space down over the booths, so they feel cozy and inviting.