Satisfied customers pictured above along with our outstanding desserts. From the top:
Brie Ringo: tempura fried brie with apple chutney on sweet potato chips--this was actually on the savory side of the menu but our server recommended we have it at the end of the meal. The julienne of apples was done by hand much to Maddy's surprise. The brie was perfectly crunchy and creamy and the heat of the chutney cut the richness. Definitely a hit for all.
Peanut butter semifreddo with apple miso sorbet: surrounded by peanut dust. This was a lot like a super sophisticated peanut butter and jelly but it must have been different enough for Sophie to enjoy it--she hates PB&J but battled for every bite of this dessert.
Lemon gelato with white balsamic, pistachio and golden beet: the thing I hate about ice cream desserts is the ice cream is usually so hard that when try to take a small spoonful the ice cream just scoots around the plate making it difficult to get a bite of the ice cream and all the toppings--not at Uchi. The attention to detail makes the money well spent. We wound up parting with much less money than we had anticipated and walked away pleasantly full and already anticipating our next visit.