How much is omakase at Uchi Houston?

How much is omakase at Uchi Houston?

The “ultimate option” here is their omakase, which is $189 plus tax and tip. It provides a 10-course, chef-selected menu that takes care of two people. Selections will come from specials, the menu and custom-picked treats that your chef may choose for you.

Does Uchi Houston have a dress code?

No, there is no dress code.

Who owns Uchi Houston?

Owner Tyson Cole
One of the few American sushi masters, James Beard Award-winning Chef and Owner Tyson Cole is a passionate student of the Japanese tradition.

Are Uchi and Uchiko the same?

Uchiko is the sister restaurant to Tyson Cole’s original Uchi. It matches that restaurant’s dedication to food, wine, and service, but it has a Japanese farmhouse aesthetic with crafted materials and warm finishes to round out a completely updated setting.

What should I wear to Uchi?

There’s no dress code at Uchi, and chefs pride themselves on a mostly casual atmosphere for what they call “contemporary Japanese dining.” Wear what you’re comfortable in, within reason. Reservations are not required and walk-ins are welcome.

What does Uchi mean?

the inside
Uchi (pronunciation) is a Japanese word meaning the inside or the interior.

Is Uchi a Michelin star?

A World Michelin star. UCHI is probably one of my top 10 restaurants in the world. UCHI can easily be placed in the MICHELIN constellation of worldwide stars.

Is Uchi better than Uchiko?

Both Uchiko and Uchi are praised by writers. On balance, Uchi scores slightly better than Uchiko. Uchi ranks #4 in Austin with endorsements from 11 sources including Lonely Planet, Travel + Leisure and Zagat.

Is Uchiko a Michelin star?

It was awarded its first Michelin star that same year, and in the following two years, was upgraded to two stars. The Cantú/Uchiko dinner, with drink pairings, is $185. There are limited reservations as it takes place in the restaurant’s private dining room, and it will begin at 6:30 p.m.