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Tei-An



One Arts Plz 1722 Routh St, Ste 110
Dallas, TX 75201

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(214) 220-2828

Cuisine: Japanese Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 62 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • Carlos L.Great service and food. The Tonkotsu Ramen is delicious!!

    55555 by Carlos L.


  • Thu N.Tonkatsu ramen, their desserts are great too!

    55555 by Thu N.


  • EaterEater National 38 member: If Dallas doesn’t rank as one of the country’s great bastions of Asian cuisines, North Texas food lovers nonetheless know that they have something special in Teiichi Sakurai.

    55555 by Eater


  • Timothy M.Soothing atmosphere with outstanding quality ingredients

    55555 by Timothy M.


  • Philippe B.One of the best Japanese in the entire usa and outside of Japan

    55555 by Philippe B.


  • Michael M.Now I have a ramen spot in Dallas that lives up to my standards

    55555 by Michael M.


  • ObserverStreetChef 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.

    55555 by ObserverStreet


  • PoP O.Great place. Try omakase (Tei/An course) if you like surprises.

    55555 by PoP O.


  • Chefs FeedGilbert Garza, chef of Suze, eats here on his nights off. He loves the White seaweed salad.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Charles W.Their pressed sushi is, hands down, the freshest I've ever had.

    55555 by Charles W.


  • BBlack pork

    55555 by B


  • Karen L.Super fresh seafood with a sophisticated atmosphere

    55555 by Karen L.


  • Sue YangA 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.

    55555 by Sue Yang


  • ObserverStreetSlurp away at this Arts District noodle shop.

    55555 by ObserverStreet


  • Brian DrellTry 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.

    55555 by Brian Drell


  • ObserverStreetSlurp 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.

    55555 by ObserverStreet


  • Stacy M.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.

    22222 by Stacy M.


  • David B.The white seaweed salad and soba ice cream are excellent

    55555 by David B.


  • Derrick H.Try the Soba Ice Cream With Black Honey -

    55555 by Derrick H.


  • Amy K.Try the white seaweed salad. Light and delicious!

    55555 by Amy K.


  • Mindy N.Try the T-Time Tea, Ramisu -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Soba Ice Cream with Kinako & Kuromitsu -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Crab And Sea Urchin Ojiya -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Crispy Tei-An Shrimp -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Kakiage -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Bolognese Soba -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the Uni Four Ways -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Mindy N.Try the 24 Hour Braised Beef Tongue -

    55555 by Mindy N.


  • Jim T.Known for their fresh buckwheat noodles. Watch them be made near the back corner during lunch.

    55555 by Jim T.


  • Brad M.Try the Hamachi Kama

    55555 by Brad M.


  • Oh Hey DallasDon't miss the white seaweed salad

    55555 by Oh Hey Dallas


  • Steph S.They sell the black honey! :-D

    33333 by Steph S.


  • Kevin M.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

    33333 by Kevin M.


  • Alanna S.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.

    55555 by Alanna S.


  • Stephanie 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.

    22222 by Stephanie "Brock" B.


  • H K.Soba ice cream with honey is an amazing finish to a soba meal

    55555 by H K.


  • PoP O.Try the Spicy Tuna Pressed Sushi (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the Sushi (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the Braised Chashu Pork With Menma (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • Victoria's SecretA Victoria's Secret Angel-approved hot spot for New Year's Eve 2012!

    55555 by Victoria's Secret


  • PoP O.Try the White Seaweed Salad (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the T-Time Tea, Ramisu (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the Sake Steamed Asari Clam (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the Short Green Soba With Porcini Mushroom Flavored Meat (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • PoP O.Try the Uni Ojiya With Burgundy Truffle (Sea Urchin And Shrimp Risotto) (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by PoP O.


  • Mike D.Live downtown.

    55555 by Mike D.


  • Vi N.Best fresh uni in Dallas

    55555 by Vi N.


  • Chef Charles M.Really great food. The kode cooked on the hot rock was wonderful.

    55555 by Chef Charles M.


  • Julieann C.The Toilets are wonderful!!

    55555 by Julieann C.


  • Tim L.Have a Suntory T-time shot. Smoothest whiskey you'll ever have, served in a shot glass made of ice.

    55555 by Tim L.


  • EaterTwo things make Tei-An a Dallas must-visit: the restaurant's epic, fresh sushi and its rooftop patio. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Spring S.amazing beautiful art

    55555 by Spring S.


  • The FeastAuthentic Japanese soba house in One Arts Plaza by notable chef Teiichi Sakurai. Omakase is the way to go here.

    55555 by The Feast


  • Carey M.Highly recommend the Curry Udon & Soba Ice Cream with black honey. You can't get food like this anywhere else in Dallas.

    55555 by Carey M.


  • Tomoyuki N.本物の日本の蕎麦と天ぷら。美味い

    55555 by Tomoyuki N.


  • RichGuys, if nature calls, try all the functions on the commode. Don't be scared.

    33333 by Rich


  • Saerom Y.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.

    33333 by Saerom Y.


  • Mike M.Check out the roof bar.

    33333 by Mike M.


  • Matt P.White seaweed salad and curry soba!

    55555 by Matt P.


  • Original PenguinThe 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

    55555 by Original Penguin


  • Robert T.Do NOT leave this place without getting the White Seaweed Salad. AMAZING. Also, hit the john. Pretty sweet. =)

    55555 by Robert T.


  • Brad M.Visit Yosuke in the bar and enjoy a Yamazaki or Hibiki whiskey. For relaxing times, make it Suntory time!

    55555 by Brad M.


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