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.
The tiny, 12-seat restaurant isn't cheap, but the omakase experience from head chef Yoshi Okai is worth the indulgence.
Chef Tyson Cole's now-legendary restaurant was a game changer, putting the local scene on the national food map and ushering in a new era of fine dining in Austin. Sushi ranges from fresh scallops, tuna, and seafood to negitoro rolls, seaweed, and chicken salad, and all are highly rated. Reservations recommended.
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