Uchiko - Austin, TX - Restaurant
4200 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX


Uchiko, Austin


Austin, Texas
Capacity: Up to 50
4200 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78756
Maximum Capacity: 50 people
Uchiko, translated as “child of Uchi,” opened in July 2010 and presents the same excellence and energetic atmosphere of the original with some noteworthy additions. Uchi’s Chef de Cuisine Paul Qui takes the reins as Executive Chef at Uchiko. The menu features Uchi’s same style of innovative, fresh cuisine with a main dining room that accepts reservations throughout the evening and a full service bar/café area. Uchiko accomodates special ocassions and events in its private dining room.
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