Located in a strip mall next door to Texadelphi, Umi Sushi Bar and Grill offers quite the surprise in ambiance from what one would expect. It's like walking into one of Austin's downtown sushi restaurants, Kenichi or Maiko, as the decor is done with a similar touch of excellence. But unlike its downtown counterparts, Umi sushi prices are a little easier to digest. They offer a regular bar and a sushi bar, for those who prefer the bar experience. They also feature regular dining with seating arrangements that cater to large parties like a huge circular booth and table. And of course a private room in the back for private parties.
The menu at Umi Sushi Bar AustinUmi's menu, like most Sushi bars, consists of 20-30 sushi and sashimi pieces, anotehr 20-30 rolls and hand rolls, a choice of combination plates, some bento box dinners, and a spread of actual entrees. A nice addition to the average sushi menu is the list of Noodles dishes. Sashimi ranges from $3-$8, while rolls range from $4.50 to $14. Entrees range from an $11 Tempura Udon to a $28 Kobe Style Wagyu.
Black Cod Bronzed Miso $14
Nabe Yaki Udon $14
Ton Katsu $14
Tempura Udon $11
Unagi Don $14
Seafood Udon $15
Vegetable Tempura Dinner $12
Yaki Soba $13
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