Restaurant review

Sushi Zushi in Austin – Detailed Restaurant Review 2022

Stefi Hsia | September 12, 2022

Sushi Zushi is a sushi restaurant founded in 2001 by Alfonso Tsuyoshi Tomita. Austin offers countless sushi options and Sushi Sushi in Austin must be on your list. Known for their Japanese cuisine with Latin American influences, their two Austin establishments are favorites for their extensive menu of quality options and something for everyone.

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Restaurant atmosphere

Sushi Zushi Austin offers an open and intimate dining experience. The room is dimly lit which gives a more intimate feel at night and during the day sunlight pours into the room giving it a more open feel. The ambiance you want will depend on what time you go. The tables are also set up so that you feel very open and seen and yet close and comfortable with your party.

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The Sushi Zushi menu

The menu is varied, ranging from yellowtail buns to Japanese comfort food. There is something for everyone. They have 18 signature sushi rolls which include rollers such as their Bora Bora and Cosimo roller. They also have 4 crab rolls, 3 eel rolls and many more.

They also have traditional bowls, Japanese comfort food, noodles and rice, and traditional rolls for the more novice sushi eater. They have a fairly large menu for more experienced sushi lovers and for sushi newbies.

Lunch menu

Their lunch menu includes their signature rolls, tuna, salmon and amberjack rolls, crab rolls, eel rolls, spicy rolls, shrimp and crayfish rolls, traditional rolls, traditional bowls, Japanese comfort food, noodles, rice, temaki sushi, bento boxes, and nigiri and sashimi. They also serve appetizers and samplers.

Their most popular menu item for lunch is the LIR roll. The LIR roll is a spicy tuna roll with avocado and green onions. It is rolled up like uramaki, wrapped in salmon and topped with their LIR sauce.

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Dinner menu

Their dinner menu is the same as their lunch menu. The most popular dish for dinner is their Cosimo roll. Sushi Zushi’s Cosimo Roll is a fried shrimp roll with cream cheese. It is wrapped in avocado and then fried in tempura. It is rolled uramaki style. It’s also topped with Tampa Bay sauce and furikake, then drizzled with eel sauce.

Location + opening and closing hours

Sushi Zushi has two locations in Austin. There’s one on 5th St (1611 W 5th St) and another in The Domain (3221 Feathergrass Ct).

Estate location hours of operation are 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Friday, the hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Saturday hours are 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. On Sundays they close earlier, hours are 11:30am to 10:00pm. 00:00-19:00 every day.

5th Street location hours of operation are Monday-Thursday 11:00am-10:00pm Friday and Saturday 11:30am-11:00pm Sunday hours are 11:30am-10:00pm Happy hours are 3:00pm-6:00pm Monday see you on Friday.

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Sushi Zushi in Austin Reservation Process

To reserve a table, simply log on to their website www.sushizushi.comgo to their booking tab, click on the Austin location you want to book and enter the date, time and group size.

Sushi Zushi Online Ordering Process

To order online, simply log on to their website www.sushizushi.comselect the online ordering tab, select the Austin location where you would like to order, select pickup or delivery and add your order.


Sushi Zushi is a great option if you are looking for sushi. It offers many options and a wide variety. I’m not very adventurous when it comes to ordering sushi, and the menu still gives me plenty of choice.

There are also plenty of choices if you are a more experienced sushi eater. Overall the restaurant environment is quiet and comfortable while still maintaining that large restaurant feel. If you’re looking for great sushi and a nice, relaxing time, I suggest you consider Sushi Zushi!