Beyoncé Featured This Sushi Hot Spot in “Cowboy Carter” Album Art — All the Details

Beyoncé's newest album art features a decadent dessert from upscale sushi restaurant Uchi

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty; Uchi</p> Beyoncé and Uchi

Kevin Mazur/Getty; Uchi

Beyoncé and Uchi

Beyoncé’s new album features some food-forward art.

On Friday, Queen Bey dropped Act II: Cowboy Carter, her first country music album. Eagle-eyed foodies will spot a decadent dessert in the album art featured on her website — and it turns out the dessert is from popular sushi hot spot, Uchi.

The Grammy winner recently dined at Uchi West Hollywood, an upscale sushi restaurant in Los Angeles, PEOPLE confirms. Clearly she was a fan of the dessert. The restaurant’s signature fried milk dessert and warm banana cake with Kahlúa ice cream were both prominent in photos she dropped the day before the highly-anticipated album release.

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Beyoncé also included an image of herself sipping on a beverage in Uchi’s private dining room.

Uchi West Hollywood is Hai Hospitality’s sixth Uchi location, joining other cities like Miami and Houston, per a release. Executive Pastry Chef Ariana Quant is the mastermind behind the desserts Beyoncé shared for Act II: Cowboy Carter.

<p>Uchi</p> The Uchi dessert featured on Beyoncé's album artwork


The Uchi dessert featured on Beyoncé's album artwork

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Uchi is known for taking a new and innovative spin on Japanese cuisine, along with offering seasonal omakase. According to a release, chef Tyson Cole first opened the original Uchi in South Austin in 2003 in the hopes of creating an intimate dining experience that lives up to what Uchi translates to in Japanese: house.

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<p>Uchi</p> Uchi West Hollywood


Uchi West Hollywood

Beyoncé’s new album art doesn’t solely focus on the popular establishment’s food. It also celebrates her new era of entering into the country music scene.

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The website is where fans can see the alternate artwork that features photos of Beyoncé wearing a casual white tank top and a white cowboy hat, posing with husband Jay-Z, slurping a bowl of spaghetti on an airplane and more glamour shots.

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