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Uchiko

Tyson Cole on Being a James Beard Award Semifinalist

Mar 18, 2013 By Layne Lynch

Tyson Cole is no stranger to the James Beard experience. The Uchi/Uchiko executive chef won the Foundation’s Best Chef: Southwest Award in 2011, and this year he is a Semifinalist in the Outstanding Chef category. After attaining so much success through the years, it might be tempting to start pumping…

Uchi Houston Sous Chef to Replace Uchiko’s Tim Dornon

Jan 28, 2013 By Texas Monthly and Layne Lynch

Last week, we reported that Tim Dornon, chef de cuisine of Uchiko, was leaving the Uchi establishment to join Paul Qui’s newest restaurant, QUI, as a chef consultant. Just a day after the news broke, Philip Speer, culinary director of Uchi, revealed to Eater Houston that Page Pressley,…

Where to Eat Now 2011

Jan 20, 2013 By Patricia Sharpe

Jalapeño sausage–stuffed quail, lemon-pepper-marinated fried chicken: The trend for most of the best new restaurants last year was comfort food with pizzazz. But then along came Uchiko to wow us with its mouthwatering take on Japanese fusion. Who says you can’t buck a trend?