Located where Sixth Street meets the Warehouse District, downtown Austin's Maiko Sushi Lounge offers a tasteful blend of contemporary Eurasian cuisine and sophisticated, yet relaxed nightlife. With a full bar in the lounge that hosts DJ's spinning subtle mixes, it's not just a restaurant. Many guests visit the Maiko Lounge for relaxing with friends, dining on appetizers, and sipping martinis. But Maiko does not stop with the sushi lounge sensation. They also deliver a full service restaurant and sushi bar that combines classic flavors from France, Spain, and Japan. Whether you're in town visiting or a regular to Austin's downtown scene, Maiko has something to offer everyone.
About the menu at Maiko AustinMaiko is the culmination of former head chef Seiju Onami's world travels. The restaurant offers traditional Edomae style sushi from the bar as well as dishes that are a fusion of traditional Japanese, Classical French, and Contemporary Spanish cuisines. This is where the kitchen stands out, as it is not only a blend between Japanese and Western European fare, but also a blend between traditional and the ever evolving contemporary.
Maiko also offers a wide variety of sashimi and appetizers. They also serve small portions, tapa style, in the lounge. Below are a few things from the menu
10 pc. sashimi $20
2 salmon, 2 tuna, 2 hamachi, 4 chef’s choice
Chirashi don $22
12 pieces assorted sashimi on a bed of rice, grated wasabi, tamago
Herbivore combo $15
hybrid roll, avocado, roastedpepper and wakame nigiris
Sashimi for Two $38
4 tuna, 4 salmon, 4 hamachi, 6 chef’s choice
Sushi for One $22
tuna, salmon, hamachi, 3 chef's choice nigiris, Maiko roll
Sushi for two $40
2 tuna, 2 salmon, 2 hamachi, 6 chef's choice nigiris, orange dragon roll
Maiko Yacht $100
20 pieces of nigiri, 20 pieces of sashimi, orange dragon roll, Texas monster rolls
Spider Roll $12
crispy softshell crab, spicy aioli, avocado, cucumber
New Caterpillar roll $13
freshwater eel, layers of avocado with, eel & peanut sauces
Orange Dragon Roll $12
spicy tuna, topped with fresh salmon, avocado
Blackened Tuna Roll $16
snow crab, tempura crunch, jalapeno with Japanese mustard & eel sauce
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