all u can eat sushi las vegas
Kabuto offers Edomae Sushi which is a traditional Japanese style of sushi. This sushi style originated in Tokyo nearly 200 years ago as street food. However, it has become a refined dining experience. You can apply small pieces of raw fish, or marinated fish to bite-sized pieces of vinegar rice (also known as Nigiri). These sushi masters' masterpieces of fresh fish should be enjoyed as soon as possible. Kabuto's Omakase menus offer three types of Omakase and a short a la carte menu, which includes an appetizer and sashimi as well as miso soup and dessert. Kabuto's Chinatown restaurant is located west of the Strip. This short drive is well worth it.
Fresh ingredients are used, including fresh seafood from Japan and premium Wagyu beef. Although it is quite simple, the food is exceptional. Mizumi, a luxurious sushi restaurant located at the Wynn, is available. You can choose from a wide range of dishes including sushi, sashimi and tempura as well as Wagyu steak. Mizumi even has vegetarian dishes. You can also check out their excellent sake and wine menu.