Regardless of which part of the States you go to, there’s a chance you’ll stumble upon a unique dining spot. After all, 50 different states means plenty of chances for one-of-a-kind culinary offerings. And if you’re headed to Texas anytime soon, then you can see what it’s like to dine under cherry blossoms. The restaurant in Austin, Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen, celebrates all things Japanese culture.
Japanese Restaurant In Austin
Aside from its menu, what has caught the attention of diners is the restaurant’s cherry blossoms installation. The pop-up, which weighs over 500 pounds, can be found as décor all over the interior and exterior of the joint. It is the Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen’s attempt to bring forth a taste of Japanese tradition and culture to Austin.
And what about what’s on the menu? You name it, they’ve got it. With everything from dumplings and ramen to sushi and grilled and fried meat, there’s lots to choose from. They also offer something called a Tokyo Brunch on weekends from 11am – 3pm.
This features items like Japanese omelettes, pancake, hiramasa “crab cake”, sushi and more. The drinks section pays ode to Japan too, with sake cocktails an Japanese beer. Happy hour is available from Monday to Friday, with select items half off, including beverages.
If you want to get a glimpse of Insta-worthy spring vibes, then this restaurant in Austin might be what you’re looking for. Did we mention that they’re also the first sustainable sushi restaurant in the state of Texas? For reservations, you can check out the website here. The Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen’s outdoor seating is also open for dining on a walk-in basis to enjoy spring vibes.