The latest concept under the direction of CEO Julian Rodarte (also the chef at Beto & Son and several other Trinity Groves venues) focuses on sushi hand rolls. The visually striking space mimics a black-and-white illustration to tremendous effect, making every dish and cocktail pop with color in stark contrast. A dozen or so taco-shaped handrolls (Tamaki) provide the restaurant name’s a-ha moment (the marriage of Tamaki with Taqueria). Fillings include lobster, unagi, spicy tuna, yellowtail, soft-shell crab, and veggie options of cucumber, avocado, or crispy tofu. Ramen, sashimi, and several starters fill the rest of the menu along with cocktails, sake, beer, and wine.