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Scope Out Top Knot’s New Late Night Menu, Featuring Kimchi Caramel-Drenched Poutine

Dallas' late-night dining scene just got a little more exciting.

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Your new favorite spot for late-night snacks is Top Knot.
Your new favorite spot for late-night snacks is Top Knot.
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Top Knot, Uchi’s more casual upstairs sibling, has been open for dinner for just over a month now, and as promised, they’re starting to roll out exciting new menus for lunch, brunch, and the late night hours. You’ll have to wait a little while longer to booze on Top Knot’s upstairs patio for brunch, but the restaurant’s late night menu debuts this week.

From 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. every night, Top Knot will serve a selection of creative small plates perfect for warding off the next morning’s hangover. Dig into Chef Angela Hernandez’s take on poutine, topped with braised short ribs, a fried egg, and a delightfully weird sounding kimchi caramel.

Also on offer are items from Top Knot’s dinner menu, like the Uchi-inspired hand rolls and Hernandez’s kimchi chicken karaage. That aforementioned kimchi caramel reappears in a poached egg topped onigiri dish, but Top Knot likely (read: definitely) uses a different caramel for the Asian Pear Nabe dessert, served with miso ice cream.

Scope out the full menu below and try to figure out which of these tiny plates you'll try first.

Top Knot Late Night Menu

Top Knot

2817 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX