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Fresh-Rolled Deliciousness in Austin

You can easily experience fresh-rolled deliciousness in Austin whenever the craving strikes when you live at Alexan Braker Pointe. If you ever want to try something new to eat, our luxury apartments in Austin make it easy. We are close to several markets where you can grab ingredients for your home kitchen, and we have dozens of restaurants for you to try, each with cuisines from around the world.

IchiUmi Sushi in Austin

Whether you’re already a Japanese cuisine fan or trying it out for the first time, IchiUmi or Haru Sushi is a popular choice for Austin residents. It features the freshest ingredients for raw and cooked sushi. Best of all, it’s only two miles from our luxury apartments, so you can drive there in less than ten minutes. As a result, satisfying a sushi craving has never been easier.

Endless Options for Sushi

IchiUmi has dozens of sushi, sashimi, and rolls for patrons to try. Keep things traditional with classic nigiri, including maguro yellowfin tuna, sake Scottish salmon, or ika squid. They also have Japanese-American fusion rolls, such as the shrimp tempura roll. There’s also the Texan roll with avocado and tuna and the baked eel dragon roll. When you want more than a typical sushi menu, you can find it at IchiUmi.

Noodles and Bowls Galore

Not in the mood for sushi? No worries. IchiUmi offers several noodle dishes, teriyaki, and other Japanese staples. So slurp down some delicious udon noodles with your choice of protein. Or try out the thick katsu pork, chicken, or fish cutlets. They even offer vegetarian and gluten-free options for those on restrictive diets. Nothing pairs with premium Japanese cuisine like your closest friends, so remember to invite them along.

Dive into the deep end of Japanese cuisine and enjoy fresh-rolled deliciousness in Austin at IchiUmi. Living at Alexan Braker Pointe puts you close to the best Austin offers, so don’t miss out!

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