Chef Leonard Yu opening Omakase Table at Buckhead Landing on Piedmont Road

Omakase Table opens soon at Buckhead Landing on Piedmont Road. (Provided by Omakase Table)

Chef Leonard Yu will open a second location of Westside sushi restaurant Omakase Table early next year at Buckhead Landing. The Piedmont Road shopping center, once home to the Disco Kroger, will also include a third location of Mediterranean restaurant Aviva by Kameel. 

Omakase Table, which began as a pre-pandemic pop-up helmed by Yu, serves a 20-course omakase experience to 16 people per service. Yu’s Buckhead location of Omakase Table will see a similar service set-up, seating between 12 and 16 people per night. 

Yu opened a permanent location of Omakase Table in 2022 at the Seven88 complex on West Marietta Street near the King Plow Arts Center. Nightly seatings feature courses of otsumami (small bites), nigiri, small plates like atsuyaki tamago castella (multi-layered omelet), hand rolls, and dessert. The restaurant purchases fresh fish weekly from Toyosu Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan. Wine and sake pairings are optional. 

Later this summer, Yu and Chef Paul Gutting will open Japanese small plates and omakase restaurant Ryokou together at the Adams Fixture development in Adair Park. Ryokou resides next door to upcoming retail shop and members-only wine club The Vine Club, which should open at the end of June.

3330 Piedmont Road, Buckhead, Atlanta.

Beth McKibben is the dining editor and a senior editor for Rough Draft Atlanta. She was previously the editor of Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and drinks locally and nationally for over 12 years.

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