Otoko—a 12-seat Japanese kaiseki omakase-style spot found in the South Congress Hotel—is an experience you don’t want to miss.
Where Texas meets Japan, Neighborhood Sushi—located in the bustling South Congress neighborhood—features a variety of local and international ingredients on its menu.
While the omakase experience is a specialty in and of itself, the diversity of ingredients from both land and sea makes this sushi experience one that is totally worth the cost and wait.
You’ll have a truly authentic sushi experience at Fukumoto. This restaurant is known for some of the best sushi in Austin thanks to both its appetizing menu and stunning interior.
If you’re an Austin native, local, or just a well-informed visitor, you know Uchi as one of the best and finest sushi restaurants this city has to offer.
This first-come, first-serve sushi spot features several different menus—lunch, mid-day, dinner, and drinks—all of which have enough options to keep everyone full and satisfied.
Located close to Zilker, Soto is the best of both worlds. There’s an extensive variety of nigiri and sashimi options, as well as plenty of makimono rolls to fit everyone’s requests.
Classic and fresh, this Edomae-style sushi restaurant is one of those special places that will satisfy your sushi craving without going overboard.
A sister restaurant of the beloved Uchi, a James Beard Award-winning non-traditional Japanese joint, Uchiko’s menu is one of the most unique.
Another spot loved by Austin locals is Ichi-Umi, located on Research Boulevard. They consistently deliver great service, large portion sizes, and affordable prices.
Ichiban is some of the best sushi in Austin for serving a crowd. While their happy hour is solid and runs Monday-Saturday from 4-6 pm, their regular-priced menu is just as good.