The Zagat Review
It’s “always an adventure for the palate” at chef Tyson Cole’s Montrose outpost of his Austin original, plating “sushi creations” that are “music in your mouth” plus plenty of other “innovative, delectable” Japanese options that don’t involve raw fish; the scene – amid soft lighting and warm woods – is “impossibly hip”, and the tabs are “expensive” but “worth it”; P.S. it’s “hard to get a reservation” because most of the seats are saved for walk-ins.
What To Order
If you don't have a reservation, show up Sunday through Wednesday before 6:30 PM, when the wait time averages 30 to 45 minutes.