LOCATIONS

Kyoten Sushiko

4600 Mueller #1035, 512/607-4404
Reservations required for the twice-nightly omakase seatings. Die-hard sushi lovers with a passion for hard-to-find seafood won’t mind the eye-popping prices or the austere environment.
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Chronicle Reviews

Review: Kyōten Sushiko

Exceptional nigiri is served with few frills

Melody Fury, October 6, 2016

Articles

Sarah Cook Invites Diners to "Be Here Now" at Kyoten Sushiko

An unlikely artist at Mueller's satellite iteration of Otto Phan's omakase restaurant

Alexandra Detmar, June 27, 2019

First Plates Awards

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Most days, Uroko functions as a counter-service Temaki (hand roll) bar, but on Friday and Saturday nights the restaurant switches over to a reservation-only, 45 minute Omakase style sushi dinner. Thursdays night, take a hands-on sushi rolling class with chefs Masazumi Saio and Takehiro Asazu.

1023 Springdale, Bldg. 1, Ste. C, 512/520-4004

Xian Sushi and Noodle

This restaurant serves hand-pulled noodles the size you want it, from the chewier pappardelle to the softer vermicelli. Available in both dry and soup versions.

1801 E. 51st, 512/469-7878

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