Update: This story has been updated to reflect that sashimi will be not be on MF Lobster & Ceviche's menu.

The opening of Autry Park's newest restaurant comes with intrigue for both seafood and architect enthusiasts alike.

MF Lobster & Ceviche, which opened Feb. 16, can be found in a distinct circular building within Autry Park's 14-acre development, outfitted with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. In a Feb. 16 news release, officials called the building "Houston’s only completely round restaurant," also featuring a six-seat onyx bar. The building was designed by the Michael Hsu Office of Architecture.

The eatery was launched by Chris Kinjo and Chef Miguel Alvarez. Its menu centers on using high-quality seafood and seasonal ingredients from Maine and Japan, according to the release. Options include crudo, seasonal ceviche, oysters sourced from New England, soups, salads and entire section dedicate to lobster, including lobster tacos, lobster grilled cheese on sourdough bread, lobster bao and lobster rolls.

A cocktail program offers nearly 20 options and is designed to complement the seafood and Japanese menu items. Wines are available by the glass and bottle, and the venue also serves bourbon, whiskey and Japanese whiskey.

The eatery seats 65 people and includes a dog-friendly patio with seating for another 60 people. Future plans entail hosting live music on the patio. The eatery is currently open for dinner, but future plans involve offering lunch as well.

“My vision of this restaurant is to provide a casual and fun atmosphere for diners, but with substance and quality,” Kinjo said in a statement. “I’ve always done high-intensity restaurants, but this one is more laid back, with simple and familiar dishes."