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ASIAN MINT Asian Mint serves fresh sum­mer rolls with peanut sauce, del­i­cate dumplings, fresh sal­ads, a va­ri­ety of pad thai dishes, stir-fries, cur­ries, noo­dles and more. En­joy a de­li­cious dessert menu with of­fer­ings like Green Tea Ice Cream Cake and Jasmine Creme Brulée. www.asian­ 11617 N. Central Expy., Ste. 135, 214.363.6655. BLUE SUSHI SAKE GRILL Asian. A mod­ern sushi restau­rant known for in­ven­tive rolls and chic, lounge-like am­biance, Blue Sushi’s ex­ten­sive menu fea­tures a va­ri­ety of sashimi, con­tem­po­rary Asian en­trees and a se­lec­tion of sig­na­ture cock­tails that are up­scale yet af­ford­able. www. blue­ 7859 Wal­nut Hill Lane, Ste. 100, 972.677.7887.; 3131 West 7th St., Fort Worth, 817.332.2583. EDOKU SUSHI & RO­BATA Asian. Dine around the fire­place or out­doors on the lovely pa­tio. The un­der­stated el­e­gance of this restau­rant’s dé­cor com­pli­ments the beau­ti­fully pre­sented dishes. In ad­di­tion to clas­sic sushi and sashimi of­fer­ings, Edoku serves char­coal grilled filet mignon, chicken breast, Chilean sea bass, black cod and ba­con-wrapped scal­lops. The menu also in­cludes herb-crusted sal­mon, lob­ster and much more. 5490 Hwy. 121, Frisco, 214.618.9888. FIVE SIXTY Touted as one of the great­est chefs in the world, Wolf­gang Puck brings his cre­ative ge­nius to Dal­las with Five Sixty, lo­cated atop Re­union Tower. Giv­ing guests a mag­i­cal view of the city, Five Sixty serves de­light­ful Asian-fu­sion cui­sine in a re­laxed and so­phis­ti­cated at­mos­phere, not to men­tion walls that ro­tate, too. www.wolf­gang­ 300 Re­union Blvd. E., 214.741.5560. KENICHI ”World class sushi” and Texas-reared Sika deer pro­vide this mod­ern Asian fare with an un­ri­valed flair. As a re­fresh­ing ac­com­pa­ni­ment, Kenichi pos­sesses the largest as­sort­ment of rare sake in Texas. www.kenichirestau­ 2400 Vic­tory Park Lane, 214.871.8883. MAY DRAGON In this el­e­gant Chi­nese restau­rant, op­tions abound. From dumplings and spicy meat dishes to fresh seafood and noo­dles in al­most any sauce imag­in­able, May Dragon sa­ti­ates any crav­ing. In ad­di­tion, Happy Hour is ev­ery day from 4 to 6 pm at the bar, and in­cludes half-priced ap­pe­tiz­ers, beer, wine and well drinks. www.may­dragon. com. 4848 Belt Line Road, Ad­di­son, 972.392.9998. STEEL RESTAU­RANT & LOUNGE Asian. This up­scale, highly rated restau­rant of­fers seafood, meats, poul­try and a full sushi bar served in a warm at­mos­phere of can­dles and ma­hogany wood. They of­fer an ex­cel­lent wine cel­lar and a vi­brant bar scene. Pre­mium sakes and herbal teas are avail­able. www.steel­dal­ 3102 Oak Lawn Ave., Ste. 100, 214.219.9908. TEIAN Ja­panese/Sushi. This Ja­panese Soba House receives rave re­views for its tem­pura, soba noo­dles and sashimi. Af­ter din­ner, grab a drink on the rooftop pa­tio, which over­looks Dal­las’ down­town Arts District. 1722 Routh St., One Arts Plaza, 214.220.2828. TEN RAMEN Asian. What this tiny ramen restau­rant lacks in square footage is made up for in slurp-wor­thy bowls of au­then­tic Ja­panese noo­dles fla­vored with au­then­tic in­gre­di­ents and spices. https://www.face­­men-444307449050589/. 1818 Syl­van Ave., 972.803.4400. UCHI Asian. A Ja­panese word mean­ing “house,” Uchi is the third in­stall­ment of award-win­ning chef Tyson Cole’s con­tem­po­rary Asian restau­rant. With in­no­va­tive fla­vor pair­ings, knowl­edge­able staff and top-qual­ity sushi and sasimi, Uchi is a Texas orig­i­nal that prom­ises an un­for­get­table dining experience. www.uchirestau­­las/ uchi-reser­va­tions. 2817 Maple Ave., 214.855.5454.

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