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.asianmint.com. 11617 N. Central Expy., Ste. 135, 214.363.6655.
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.wolfgangpuck. com. 300 Reunion Blvd. E., 214.741.5560. .
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.
TEI-AN— JThis 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. www.tei-an.com. 1722 Routh St., One Arts Plaza, 214.220.2828.
UCHI— 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.uchirestaurants.com/dallas/uchi-reservations. 2817 Maple Ave., 214.855.5454.