Photo courtesy of Sushi Mockï.

Sushi Mockï, a new Japanese restaurant, is now open at Mockingbird Station.

The name Mockï comes from the word maki, which is a popular form of sushi preparation, commonly known as the sushi roll.

The SMU roll is made with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, cucumber and avocado and is topped with crab meat, tempura flakes, spicy mayo, wasabi sauce and unagi sauce. Another option is the Armando roll, which is a riceless roll filled with crab mix, avocado, tempura flakes and truffle oil, wrapped with tuna and topped with lemon, sriracha, spicy mayo and unagi sauce.

In addition to rolls, neighbors can dine on Asian fusion dishes and vegan options. There are 49 seats inside and 20 on the outdoor patio.

Cocktails, wine, beer and sake will also be available. The restaurant will offer a happy hour 3-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 3-5 p.m. Friday, with $4 sake and $5 wine.

Sushi Mockï opened June 15 for full dining service, and the grand opening is planned for July 7. It’s from sArmando Rameriz of Deep Sushi in Deep Ellum.

Another dining establishment coming soon to the center is The Londoner, which will be housed in the former Trinity Hall spot.