If you've ever wanted time to slow down at the happiest of hours, this contemporary Japanese restaurant serves up Houstonites with local seasonal ingredients across countless delectable dishes.
Whether it's private dining for 26 of your most cultured philosophers or a standing cocktail event for 45 of your silliest gooses, the slick eatery gives you everything from floral services to state-of-the-art audio/visual setups. If you're looking for that something extra, they have it in the form of custom menus complete with sake and wine pairings.
The Lowdown Venue Setting
The perfect hybrid of Chef Tyson Cole's iconic Uchi and Uchiko, the Houston outpost boasts the redefined Japanese dining experience of it's predecessors while setting the bar on its own. The restaurant is housed in the historic Felix's Restaurant building in Montrose. Designed by Michael Hsu, the Japanese farmhouse aesthetic is created with warm tones, reclaimed wood, and modern touches.
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range Does this include catering fees?
Estimated Price Per Head
from $100 to $150
8.25%- tax 20%- gratuity food and beverage minimum applies to private dining events
Capacity Seated 125 Buffet N/A Standing 135 Celebrations Hosted Here Since 2011 Venue Spaces Indoor Venue Space Only Catering Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue Alcohol Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services Beer/Wine/Champagne Only Music No Amplified Music Allowed Amenities A/V Equipment Street Parking Valet Parking Wifi Dining Chairs Dining Tables Onsite Restrooms Venue Features The Scene: James Beard Winning Chef Tyson Cole's Houston outpost boasts a sleek yet rustic take on the Japanese farmhouse in Houston's eclectic Montrose neighborhood. Design: Recycled and locally sourced wood give character to the historical building. Awards & Notables
2011- James Beard Foundation "Best Chef in the Southwest," Chef Tyson Cole 2012- Bon Appetit Magazine "Best New Sushi Restaurants in America," Uchi Houston 2012- GQ Magazine "12 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2012," Uchi Houston 2013- James Beard Foundation "Outstanding Chef," nominee Chef Tyson Cole
Celebration Locations Private Dining- Option 1: The room in it's entirety can accommodate up to 28 guests seated or 45 standing. Room has LCD flat screen TV with hardwired VGA/HDMI output. Chef Demonstration window is also available. - Max Capacity: 28 Seated, 45 Standing Private Dining- Option 2: The entire room can be divided with a partition into two rooms that each hold 13. - Max Capacity: 13 seated Full Restaurant Buy-Out: - Max Capacity: 125 seated, 135 standing THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME. Check back again soon!