Probably (?) loosely named after the hottest Supreme Court justice not named Ruth Bader, Soto is a small sushi outpost bringing the Far East to Far North Austin, via a hallway-shaped interior with hanging sake barrels and a kitchen manned by a Morimoto acolyte
This is their moon-lit private dining room
And this is their elderflower-coated salmon, seared at your table over a mix of coffee beans and 151
The fish flies in daily from Japan and boy are its fish-wings tired! along with changing specials like these live scallops
The chef shows off a bit of French flair in the cold tasting menu with a Kobe Beef Carpaccio adorned with fried shallots, micro greens, soy, and jalapeno chips
And then there's the Truffle Maki, which features shrimp tempura, spicy mayo, cuke, sturgeon caviar, white truffle, and seared toro, which explains why it's so cold in here/ the atmosphere.