Restaurant Review: North Austin’s Ebisu Japanese Restaurant Boasts Fresh Modern Sushi
Few things in this business give me more pleasure than simply writing about fantastic dining experiences that occur, sans controversy, outside the well-beaten path of PR reps, pricey Downtown real estate, and festival circuits. Such is the case with a new Japanese eatery named for the Japanese god of fishermen and luck – one of the Seven Gods of Fortune – as well as a major district of Shibuya, Tokyo (known for Yebisu Garden Place): Ebisu claims the “freshest sushi in North Austin, TX.” And so it seems to be.
Read the full article on AustinChronicle.com
Ebisu brings sushi, wagyu, and more to Balcones Village.
New modern Japanese restaurant Ebisu, is aiming to open in Balcones Village in Northwest Austin on 13376 North Highway 183, Suite 400 starting on Thursday, August 1.
The name comes from Japanese god of fisherman and luck, fitting for the sushi-focused restaurant. Along with sashimi and sushi, there will be beef options like wagyu and other prime grade cuts.
The full bar, with an emphasis on whiskey, will serve up cocktails, both classic and ones mixed with Japanese liqueurs. Beer and sake are also on deck. The space will include a sushi bar, bar area, lounge, dining room, and private banquet rooms.
Visit Eater Austin to see the full article here.
Community Impact Newspaper:
Modern Japanese restaurant Ebisu set to open in Northwest Austin later this summer.
The executive chef of Ebisu has more than three decades of experience in the restaurant industry, having worked in Japanese restaurants along the Pacific Coast.
Full press release and info here on CommunityImpact.com