Uchi Houston

Uchi Houston\’s menu draws not only from both Uchi (Austin, TX) and Uchiko, they also have several dishes unique to their location.
Like the menu, the decor draws from both Uchi Austin and Uchiko but successfully has a ambiance and has je ne sais quoi of its own.

This interesting shaped building is a historical building recognized by the Texas Historical Commission. The building was once Felix Mexican Restaurant owned by Felix Tijerina. Felix was a well respected member of the Houston\’s Council of the League of United Latin American Citizens.

Shishito Maki

The Shishito maki is a surprising twist on a crab roll. The maki is filled with succulent crab, yama gobi, cilantro, wrapped in nori and topped with shishito peppers.


Uchiviche is a mix of delicate slices of salmon and striped bass, tomato, bell pepper, garlic, cilantro. If you are a first time diner at Uchi this is a go to dish and is usually on social hour.

Bacon Otishi

If you love pork belly this is a must try dish. Bacon otishi is made of rich pieces of pork belly, fennel with orange apple tarte. 

Walu Walu

Escolar usually does not look appealing when photographed however this is not the case at Uchi. The walu walu is oak-grilled escolar, candied citrus, yuzupon and myoga.

Shun No Kaki

Shun no kaki are perfectly shucked small shigoku oysters from Washington topped with Bagaduce trout roe served with a side of horseradish and lemon. Shun no kaki is one of the menu items that are not currently served at the Uchi Austin and Uchiko locations.


Machi Cure

Machi cure dish is smoked baby yellow­tail, yucca crisp, Spanish marcona almond, asian pear, delicious garlic brittle. The smokey fish and garlic are offset by the flavorful almonds, and the light sweetness from the fruit.

Telephone Number:
(713) 522-4806

904 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77006

Sunday-Thursday 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 5 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Uchi Houston website
Uchi Houston Facebook page

Twitter: @uchihouston
Instagram: @uchihouston
OpenTable Reservations: Uchi Houston

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