Residents of Dallas’s northern burbs need not trek to Big D for a high-end sushi experience. Chef-owner Leo Kekoa, a veteran of Nobu Dallas, offers splendid tasting menusplus a lengthy list of à la carte options at this warm and stylish spot. Perched at Kinzo’s handsome 22-seat bar, we savored impeccably sourced seafood presented in a parade of exquisite dishes, such as a generous hand roll starring sweet, delicate scallops; a pristine toro tartare with caviar; and kabutoni, tender, meaty sea bream cheeks simmered in a lovely sauce of soy, mirin, and sake. Meat eaters can indulge in the luxurious A5 Wagyu tataki, slivers of barely seared beef. Reservations are essential.