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Qui in Austin Goes Tasting Menu Only

Qui, Austin
Qui, Austin
Photo: Adrienne Breaux/EATX

One of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs and Top Chef Texas winner Paul Qui has become the latest chef to opt out of offering a la carte options on his menu. His namesake restaurant, Qui in Austin, switches over to a prix fixe tasting menu only beginning this evening, reports Eater Austin. After a few weeks of testing out the prix fixe format and in advance of opening a separate ticketed tasting room, the restaurant officially goes all-tasting tonight. The standard menu — which will be around seven courses per person — is priced at $65; a vegetarian option goes for $55.

Tonight's menu includes dishes like Amberjack on binchotan with cilantro and ume miso; Chicken with corn milk, marigold, and fermented corn mostarda, and Wagyu oxtail with king trumpet mushroom, lamb's quarters, and wasabi. Head over to Eater Austin to see the complete menu.

· Here's Qui's New Tasting Menu, Launching Tonight [Eater ATX]
· All Coverage of Paul Qui on Eater [-E-]
· All Tasting Menu Coverage on Eater [-E-]