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MF Sushi Houston

1401 Binz St., Ste. 100 (Austin St.) Send to Phone
Museum District sushi restaurant from chef Chris Kinjo.


Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

MF Sushi Houston Restaurant Review

: Master sushi chef Chris Kinjo is back with Houston’s second incarnation of MF Sushi, and this time it’s in the Museum District. If possible, this venue is even better than the defunct Westside location. Designed by MC2 Architects, the elegant restaurant has a separate bar, main dining room and a 12-seat wooden sushi bar. Reservations are suggested and are a necessity for a seat at the sushi bar for the chef’s omakase dinner. The price will set you back about $100 to $150 per person, depending on how many courses you desire, but it’s still the best way to enjoy the offerings. Start with a lychee martini while you wait for the precisely plated dishes, which might include an inky black seaweed salad, live uni, baked green mussels in eel sauce, bluefin tuna sashimi, unagi nigiri, duck breast or A5 Kobe beef. Yes, you can drop in and snag a booth and order à la carte, but the omakase experience should be on your bucket list.

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