Sandoitchi is Popping Up in ATX

Who is Sandoitchi?

Sandoitchi was founded in 2020 by Chef Stevie Nguyen, previously with NYC’s Morimoto, Momofuku Ko, and Uchi, Sandoitchi has opened a string of pop-ups over the past two years in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Oklahoma City, and New Orleans. The September pop-up will be the second time in Austin for the lauded concept showcasing Nguyen’s approach to the art of the Japanese sandwich. 

“After our first visit last year, we knew that we had to come back to Austin since it’s such a thriving and amazing foodie city,” said Keith Tran, Operations Manager at Sandoitchi.

How to Order

To purchase food from Sandoitchi, ordering ahead is a requirement via their website The first pre-order window opened on Sunday, September 4 at 6pm CT. The next pre-order window opens Sunday, September 11th at 6pm CT and customers will again have the option to select their desired pick-up day for that week. The first pre-order sold out, so make sure you do not miss the next pre-order on September 11, 2022.

Be sure to follow @sando.itchi on Instagram and set your alarms for Sunday, September 11 at 6pm CT to place an order — they historically sell out in minutes!

The Menu

The Location

Pick up will be at:



AUSTIN, TX 78757

My Personal Favorites

Pictured (from top left to bottom right): Banana milk, eccentric fries, strawberry + matcha cream sando, the five different sandos, and the A5 wagyu tartare sando

My personal favorites:

  • Hot truffle chicken katsu sando
  • Pork Katsu Sando
  • Strawberry + matcha cream sando (a great dessert & way to end your meal!)
  • Eccentric fries (comes with spicy ketchup and yuzu ranch which are the perfect dipping sauces!)
  • Banana milk (dairy free & easy to take on-the-go!)

The quality of this food is top-tier, and we hope you are able to try it!

Eva Rogers

Eva Rogers, a proud Texan and contributor for TexasTasty, infuses her writing with a deep passion for the Lone Star State. With roots in the vast plains of West Texas, Eva treasures the unique fusion of tradition and innovation that embodies the Texan spirit. Through her articles, she celebrates the diverse tapestry of Texas, exploring everything from its vibrant urban centers to its tranquil rural landscapes.