Mueller restaurants Kyoten Sushiko and L’Oca d’Oro eye May openings

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The chirashi bowl at Kyōten. (Deborah Cannon AMERICAN-STATESMAN
The chirashi bowl at Kyōten. (Deborah Cannon AMERICAN-STATESMAN

The chirashi bowl at Kyōten. (Deborah Cannon AMERICAN-STATESMAN

The Mueller development will soon welcome to new restaurants to its growing culinary community. Italian restaurant L’Oca d’Oro and sushi restaurant Kyoten Sushiko both say they now expect to be open in May.

L’Oca d’oro from chef Fiore Tedesco, who has worked in esteemed restaurants like Roberta’s in Brooklyn and Gramercy Tavern in Manhattan as well as at Franklin Barbecue and Bufalina in Austin, plans to open his restaurant at 1900 Simond Ave. in May.  Contemporary Italian neighborhood restaurant with a focus on refined family-style service, with homemade pastas and salamis cured in house. The restaurant will have a full bar, wood-burning grill and rotisserie and serve lunch and dinner.

Some of the best sushi in Austin came out of a trailer last year, and now chef Otto Phan will bring his creations to Mueller. Kyōten Sushiko, slated to open in May, will initially serve omakase dinners (priced around $150) and, after about a month of operation, will expand to include casual lunch options like boxed sushi, similar to what was served at the Kyōten trailer. Kyōten Sushiko will be located at 4600 Mueller Blvd.


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