LOCATIONS

Uroko

1023 Springdale, Bldg. 1, Ste. C, 512/520-4004
Hours: Temaki: Mon.-Wed., 11am-9pm; Thu.-Sat., 11am-4pm
Sushi class: Thu., 6:30-8:30pm (reservation only)
Omakase: Fri.-Sat., 6-10pm (reservation only)

Photo by David Brendan Hall

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.
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