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Kyoten Sushiko Is On Track to Debut in March

Preview some sushi through UberEats tomorrow.

Kyoten Sushiko's plywood
Kyoten Sushiko's plywood
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Today is Kyoten’s last day as a trailer before owner Otto Phan turns his attention to the brick and mortar version, Kyoten Sushiko, which is set to open in March in Mueller. As a preview of the new restaurant, Phan is sending out a teaser dish through UberEats tomorrow, Friday, January 21. The pressed sushi salmon oshizushi (with a side of seaweed salad) is similar to the masu-sushi currently on the trailer’s menu.

The new Kyoten Sushiko will feature casual lunch during the daytime, and switch over to the omakase menu for evenings, which will debut first. The tasting menu will consist of 20 mostly-seafood dishes, for $150 per person. Takeout, beer, and wine are all in the works for the 4600 Mueller space in the Mosaic development.

Soon-to-be eventual neighbors in the Mueller District will be Bribery Bakery, Jodi Elliott’s boozy sweets shop, Alamo Drafthouse’s sixth Austin theater, and the revived J.T. Youngblood’s Fried Chicken.

Kyoten [Closed]

1211 East 6th., Austin, TX 78702 (512) 888-7559 Visit Website

Kyoten Sushiko

4600 Mueller Blvd #1035, Austin, TX 78723, USA