|Sushi To Go at Soto South Lamar|
Looking for the best restaurant options for sushi to enjoy in the comforts of home? I have you covered. I am sharing my favorite sushi restaurants where I have enjoyed Sushi To Go:
|Sushi To Go from Fukumoto|
Fukumoto Sushi and Izakaya
514 Medina St, Austin, TX 78702
Fukumoto sushi and izakaya to go is sure to brighten your week! We thoroughly enjoyed these dishes while watching @birdsofprey at home. Chef @kazufukumoto is such a light and talented chef who enjoys creating smiles and it shines through with his incredible cuisine.
Which dish would you dive into first? I of course devoured the nigiri first.
Corn Flake Shrimp Bento 🍱
King Salmon Yakitori Bento 🍱
Tokujo Sushi 🍣
Not pictured (and also absolutely must try dishes) are the Karaage and the Wagyu Curry!
More About: Fukomoto is a traditional sushi and yakitori izakaya restaurant located in east Austin. Chef Kazu Fukumoto, formerly of Musashino Sushi Dokoro, is an extremely talented chef and is well renowned in the Austin food community. Fukumoto is committed to sourcing sustainably and responsibly.
|Sushi To Go from Haru Sushi|
9503 Research Blvd Ste 500, Austin, TX 78759My husband and I celebrated our 13 year wedding anniversary with an omakase To-Go from Haru Sushi this year! Haru is open for togo & delivery for both lunch and dinner. Omakse (like the one pictured) should be pre-ordered.
QS: Which piece would you dive into first? I went straight for the Kumamoto Oysters topped with Uni and Caviar.
Thank you @chef_choo for continuing to make smiles and sushi dreams come true. You made our day extra special.
To place an order at Haru you can:
1) To-Go/Pickup Orders: call 512-795-8666 or harutx.com
2) Delivery Orders: may be placed through their delivery partners.
More About: Haru has an extensive happy hour menu making it a dining hot spot in central Austin. Their executive chef is Chef Choo formerly the executive chef at Beluga, Osaka and Afin. Owners Sunny Kim and John Yoo are hands on and usually can be found greeting guests and working alongside their employees at the restaurant. The 72 hour miso salmon and the ahi tuna tower are two of their popular menu items.
Kyoten Sushiko (Closed)
4600 Mueller Blvd, Austin, TX 78723
Kyoten Sushiko started off as a popular food trailer several years ago serving box-style sushi, traditional rolls and rice bowls. They pride themselves in using high quality and sustainable ingredients. Fish are predominantly sourced from Japan and finely tuned to bring out depth, complexity, and umami. The trailer is now closed and have a brick and mortar located in the Mosaic/Mueller. The restaurant now is serving apps, rolls and sushi bowls To Go.
A walk at Mueller Park for some fresh air followed by sushi to go at @kyotensushiko makes for the perfect outing. Pre-order is required and the pickup window is 5pm-7pm Tuesday through Saturday.
📷: The Chirashi Bowl, Chef\’s selection sashimi, ikura, onsen egg. Oh and I finally broke in my
Kyoten Sushiko recently added a delightful Omakase take out Bento Box offering which is available on Tuesday and Wednesday! Chef Sarah Cook is creating a variety of maki and specialty rolls, nigiri, seasonal don, complete with dessert! Check the link in their bio to pre-order yours today.
I cannot get over the beautiful, thoughtful presentation of the sushi bento box and I am always impressed by the explosion of umami flavors along with the techniques that is taken at @kyotensushiko (make sure to check out my IG stories today).
The restaurant is currently 100% contactless pick up right now so you may enjoy your delicious sushi set in the comfort of your home.
Pre-order Pick Up:
Tuesday & Wednesday Omakase Box
Thursday – Sunday Kyoten Sushi-To-Go menu
Soto South Lamar is offering pickup, delivery within 3 mile radius, and eventually they will have 3rd party delivery service online!
📍 @soto_restaurant_atx at Lamar Union
Have you tried Soto? If so, which dishes are your go tos?
|Sushi To Go at Soto Cedar Park|
@soto_austin_cedar_park has reopened for takeout and dine-in. We are ordered this rainbow of 🍣 to-go to celebrate my birthday in May. 📷: Hamachi Apple Roll, Chili Hamachi, 2 orders of Chefs Choice Sushi and a few extra nigiri for good measure.
Our Order 🥢:
nigiri 7pc – a delectable selection of chefs choice sushi that truly impresses.
hamachi toro – melt in your mouth cuts of hamachi.
chirashi bowl – a burst of delicious flavors!
salmon roll – vibrantly flavor roll with citrus, avocado and cucumber.
pork belly – rich and flavorful with a delightful spicy miso jus.
If you love sushi and sake, this is an experience not to be missed. The dishes & sake are phenomenal and the brilliant pairings introduced us to some new favorites. My favorite pairing? Sake with their Pistachio/cream cheese/strawberry ice cream sandwich!
Pictured: 🥢variety of nigiri, sashimi madai plated with Hama chili (always a must order) and carefully selected sake to pair.
🍶Thank you for the preview and experience @uchikoaustin, Kanpai!
|Uroko Omakase To Go|
|Uroko Omakase To GO|
|Uroko Temaki Kit for One (from Yelp Virtual Event)|
My husband and I virtually celebrated Uroko\’s one year anniversary with an Omakase for ✌️. We savored each delectable, mouthwatering piece:
Madai – Japanese Red Snapper with lemon zest/shiso
Sake – Scottish Salmon with lemon-miso
Hokki – Surf Clam from Canada
Aji – Horse Mackerel from Japan
Saba – Norwegian Mackerel from Norway
Hamachi – Yellowtail from Japan
Maguro – Bluefin Tuna form Baja Mexico
Botan Ebi – Sweet Prawn from Alaska
Gyu – Angus Beef
Tanin Blue – Uni, Santa Barbara (My Favorite)
Anago – Sea Ell from Tokyo, Japan
Tamago – Japanese Egg Omlette
The sushi offerings change, however Chef Masa, Také and Kayo like to end things on a sweet note literally with their branded Tamago. The perfect punctuation to end a delightful sushi experience.
More About: The team behind the new creative concept are Masazumi Saio formerly of Uchi, both Takehiro Asazu and Kayo Asazu owners of Komé. During my visit to Uroko, Kayo shared that she received feedback from both friends and Komé regulars that they would like to dine and enjoy quality sushi with the possibility of a wait (Komé is currently walk-in only). Chef Masa and Chef Také are dedicated to selecting the fresh ingredients and aim to give their guests an exclusive culinary experience at an affordable price. Omakase is an incredible value, at $65 guests will experience some of the best sushi I have experienced in Austin.
@eatatzen, a fast casual restaurant, is offering a Family Meals with choice of 4 (for $23), 5 (for $32) or 7 (for $42) courses! I opted for the 4 coursed meal for Jesse and I and it was just the perfect amount. 4 courses have a choice of 1 small plate, 1 sushi roll and 2 build your own bowl and bountiful of flavorful options that even include gluten free friendly!
Pot Stickers – 4 handmade dumplings
Bowl 1 – Organic Steak, Today\’s Farm Box, Teriyaki Sauce, Vermicelli
Bowl 2 – Sustainable Salmon, Today\’s Farm Box, Ginger Miso, I made it a Salad
* note, vermicelli\’s and Salad option are a small additional charge.
If you are dining out, @eatatzen is open for dine-in with tables 6 feet apart or more along with cute patio seating.
|Fiesta Tray from H-E-B|
Craving sushi and getting your groceries delivered? Try H-E-B Sushiya. Pictured is the Fiesta Sushi Tray.