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Start Booking Kyoten Sushiko’s Omakase, Now Open

Ticketed reservations available on Sunday

Kyoten Sushiko’s location
Kyoten Sushiko’s location
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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.

Kyoten Sushiko, the sushi trailer-turned restaurant, will open its doors on Wednesday, July 6, as reported by Austin 360. For now, it will only only focus on the omakase dinner, costing $150 per person. Reservations will be available through ticketing system Tock starting on Sunday, July 2.

Owner Otto Phan’s tasting menu will consist of about 20 items, ranging from nigiri to other bites like tamago. There will be two intimate seatings for eight diners available starting at at 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday. He even included a list of recommendations to make the experience better on the website, including not wearing perfume and a ban on big cameras.

Lunch and take-out will come later, served casually with a la carte dishes including pressed sushi and chirashi bowl, ordered from the counter. Otoko, Jeffrey's and Josephine House (for events only), and pop-up dinner series Victoria Provisions are the only Austin establishments using the ticketing system.

Phan shut down the trailer earlier this year to focus on the brick and mortar restaurant. He began Kyoten in 2014 with Leo Rodriguez

Kyoten Sushiko

4600 Mueller Blvd, Austin, TX 78723, USA