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Tei-An

Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant, and Cocktail Bar
Arts District, Dallas
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  • white seaweed salad
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  • Narendra Singh P.
    Definitely stop by this Japanese gem. Soba is a very rare specialty and it's done to perfection here. It also helps that their sashimi is top notch. Well worth a visit.
  • Eater
    EaterMarch 16
    To best understand the full measure of Sakurai’s mastery, call ahead and request the seven-course omakase that often includes A5 wagyu beef and ultra-seasonal fish. Read more
  • Timothy M.
    Timothy MöhleJanuary 30
    OMG! The Asian pear martini is to die for!!!!
  • Elijah K.
    Elijah KimJanuary 6
    A bit expensive but worth the environment and the quality of the ramen!
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedDecember 3, 2015
    "I like to have a bowl of their ramen for lunch—it's a life changer! Pork belly and tonkotsu broth are the type of soulful cooking that I adore." Chef Brian Zenner Read more
  • Carlos L.
    Carlos LopezApril 16, 2015
    Great service and food. The Tonkotsu Ramen is delicious!!
  • Thu N.
    Thu NguyenFebruary 9, 2015
    Tonkatsu ramen, their desserts are great too!
  • Timothy M.
    Timothy MöhleJanuary 18, 2015
    Soothing atmosphere with outstanding quality ingredients
  • Philippe B.
    Philippe BlanckNovember 14, 2014
    One of the best Japanese in the entire usa and outside of Japan
  • Michael M.
    Michael MuseOctober 15, 2014
    Now I have a ramen spot in Dallas that lives up to my standards
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverSeptember 25, 2014
    Chef Teiichi Sakurai's One Arts Plaza hotspot Tei-An is unanimously the city's best Japanese restaurant, which means that it makes a damn fine bowl of ramen.
  • PoP O.
    PoP OngsakornAugust 25, 2014
    Great place. Try omakase (Tei/An course) if you like surprises.
  • Charles W.
    Charles WilliamsAugust 22, 2014
    Their pressed sushi is, hands down, the freshest I've ever had.
  • Karen L.
    Karen Lao 🔱August 14, 2014
    Super fresh seafood with a sophisticated atmosphere
  • Sue Y.
    Sue YangAugust 7, 2014
    A five-star, very traditional Japanese restaurant. Main course consists of soba noodles. Limited sashimi and sushi, along with pressed sushi (like rolls without seaweed). Menu not updated online.
  • Brian D.
    Brian DrellJuly 30, 2014
    Try the ramen. It's umami heaven as long as you add a poached egg. Oh, and it'll run you about as much as a cocktail. 👍 Those are also great.
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverJuly 16, 2014
    Slurp away at this Arts District noodle shop. This restaurant offers humble handmade soba with dips like Texas pecan a pedestal and provide customers with unexpected libations like Japanese vodka.
  • Stacy
    StacyMay 24, 2014
    I wanted to like this place but I was not impressed. The ramen wasn't amazing but it didn't suck either. I just can't get over the unbelievably tiny portions! I will not be returning.
  • David B.
    David BerkowitzApril 19, 2014
    The white seaweed salad and soba ice cream are excellent
  • Derrick H.
    Derrick HFebruary 27, 2014
    Try the Soba Ice Cream With Black Honey -
  • Amy K.
    Amy KingJanuary 12, 2014
    Try the white seaweed salad. Light and delicious!
  • Jim T.
    Jim TraisterNovember 27, 2013
    Known for their fresh buckwheat noodles. Watch them be made near the back corner during lunch.
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverJuly 30, 2013
    Pro tip for the budget-conscious: Lunch is very affordable here.
  • Lindsay D.
    Lindsay DugganJuly 28, 2013
    Amazing food and service!! Highly recommend the white seaweed salad (you will not regret it), curry udon with duck meatballs and shiitake mushroom, ramen, and the soba with honey!!
  • David P.
    David PJuly 27, 2013
    Delicious! We had the Tei tasting menu. ($50pp) Chef sent out 6 courses. Seaweed salad, tempura veggies, wagyu beef w/hot stones, CA & spicy tuna rolls (pressed), dumplings, green tea noodles. Yum
  • Roberto C.
    Roberto CusatoMay 2, 2013
    Try the Pickled Plum Soba - Delicious and hand made
  • Michelle Rose Domb A.
    Great lunch special. Also, the restrooms are a must see! You'll thank me later.
  • J S.
    J SMarch 17, 2013
    For simplicity sake, just order the Omakasye menu preferably the "An" version - be sure to tell them what you don't like or allergic to and how many times you have ate there.
  • Eva V.
    Eva ValziJanuary 17, 2013
    decent soba, heard 48 hour braised beef was good
  • Oh Hey Dallas
    Oh Hey DallasOctober 23, 2012
    Don't miss the white seaweed salad
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin MillerSeptember 1, 2012
    Funmango is a business centric app that allows LIVE customer engagement using smartphones, tablets & PC's FunMango is also running an IndieGoGo campaign here.. http://bit.ly/RIkqft
  • Alanna S.
    Alanna StatonAugust 21, 2012
    curry udon is to die for! if you come here, PLEASE get a noodle dish. very nice restaurant, you can go here for relatively cheap if you only order entrees.
  • Stephanie "Brock" B.
    Ridiculous. $14 for about 5 pieces of tempura? I'm still hungry & now I have to go get something cheap & horrible for me. Bleh. I will never come here again. Also, the service is slow. Double Bleh.
  • H K.
    H KJune 23, 2012
    Soba ice cream with honey is an amazing finish to a soba meal
  • PoP O.
    PoP OngsakornJune 3, 2012
    Try the Braised Chashu Pork With Menma
  • PoP O.
    PoP OngsakornDecember 24, 2011
    Try the Short Green Soba With Porcini Mushroom Flavored Meat
  • PoP O.
    PoP OngsakornDecember 24, 2011
    Try the Uni Ojiya With Burgundy Truffle (Sea Urchin And Shrimp Risotto)
  • Chef Charles M.
    Chef Charles MichaelOctober 31, 2011
    Really great food. The kode cooked on the hot rock was wonderful.
  • Tim L.
    Tim LangfordOctober 8, 2011
    Have a Suntory T-time shot. Smoothest whiskey you'll ever have, served in a shot glass made of ice.
  • Eater
    EaterOctober 5, 2011
    Two things make Tei-An a Dallas must-visit: the restaurant's epic, fresh sushi and its rooftop patio. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The Feast
    The FeastJune 11, 2011
    Authentic Japanese soba house in One Arts Plaza by notable chef Teiichi Sakurai. Omakase is the way to go here. Read more
  • Carey M.
    Carey MorganMay 4, 2011
    Highly recommend the Curry Udon & Soba Ice Cream with black honey. You can't get food like this anywhere else in Dallas.
  • Rich
    RichDecember 29, 2010
    Guys, if nature calls, try all the functions on the commode. Don't be scared.
  • Saerom Y.
    Saerom YooNovember 29, 2010
    I'm not sure what the men's room looks like, but if you're a lady, you might as well hold it. The stall doors have huge windows — no, they're not fogged.
  • Original Penguin
    Original PenguinNovember 9, 2010
    The best Japanese in Dallas hands down. From the owners of Tei Tei, this new venue is not so much about the fish - Tei An is a traditional soba house offering a mountain of hot and cold soba combos
  • Robert T.
    Robert TaylorSeptember 14, 2010
    Do NOT leave this place without getting the White Seaweed Salad. AMAZING. Also, hit the john. Pretty sweet. =)
  • Brad M.
    Brad MuranoJuly 24, 2010
    Visit Yosuke in the bar and enjoy a Yamazaki or Hibiki whiskey. For relaxing times, make it Suntory time! Read more
  • Thanh S.
    Thanh StarJuly 16, 2010
    Fresh sashimi gets delivered to Tei An on Wed and Fri nights. Those are the freshest days to eat sashimi.
  • ellen f.
    ellen fithianFebruary 28, 2010
    Sign up to get email updates. Got an invite to see a master soba maker from Japan create the noodles from scratch.
  • Justin
    JustinFebruary 6, 2010
    Stop in to use bathroom....it will was ur bung hole and dry it. With heated tiolet seat too.
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