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Las Vegas has many great sushi restaurants. They take pride in fresh fish and transform it into exquisite dishes. The Strip has more luxurious settings and high-end sushi dishes, but there are also great restaurants off the Strip. It's a short drive away from the Strip that will take you to Chinatown and Spring Mountain Road. There are many great sushi restaurants. Yui Edomae offers fine dining in a relaxed setting with exquisitely crafted sushi, and other dishes. The food is outstanding and the prices are significantly lower than similar restaurants on the Strip.

Yama Sushi is known for its freshest sushi. Here are some of the delicious nigiri menu items: Halibut Nigiri (giant clam), Garlic tuna and tamago nigiri; scallops nigiri (scallops nigiri), tamago and saba, just to name a few. Yama Sushi is the original all-you're- allowed sushi spot in Las Vegas. This is testament to the outstanding experience this establishment has enjoyed throughout the years. For lunch, the AYCE sushi is $25; for dinner, it's $29





Oyshi Sushi has a low cost restaurant. Open all week. Monday to Thursday at 11:30. Friday and Saturday at 11:30. You will find appetizers such as the salmon and tuna Tartare, maguro Tataki, and sashimi wraps on the full menu. You will not be disappointed with the selections of mackerel, eel, mackerel, and salmon sushi.




You can order AYCE or a la carte. The AYCE Sushi Menu costs $24 for lunch. It includes nigiri (sushi rolls), and skewers. The dinner menu at AYCE is slightly more expensive at $28, however it is still competitive with other sushi restaurants. Rikki Tikki Sushi lies in the Westgate Hotel, a block away from Las Vegas Strip. The restaurant offers a great ambience, especially if you are seated near the waterfall. It costs only $33 per person to order sushi. Not bad considering the fact that you're so close to the Strip. They are open Tuesday through Sunday, 5pm-10pm.

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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.

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There are many options for sushi, sushi rolls and deep-fried rolls. They also offer sushi plates, donburi (rice bowls), udon (noodles), and sashimi. Hirobu offers both a vegetarian- and gluten-free menu. You can dine-in or order to-go. Kumi is a Japanese restaurant that serves Korean cuisine. They are located in Mandalay Bay at the southern end of Las Vegas Strip. This place has a wonderful ambiance and top-notch service. Bluefin Tuna Pizza was the highlight of my visit to this restaurant. Kumi offers many other options, including special sushi rolls, sashimi and combination plates, Wagyu beef, seafood, and even nigiri.



Koi serves sushi and sashimi, in a variety flavors that include tuna, salmon and yellowtail, albacore and albacore, as well shrimp and octopus. Also, the rolls are great. I enjoyed the shrimp tempura and rainbow as well as vegetable rolls. Tokyo Boys, Henderson's only place to eat Sushi in Henderson (Henderson is part the Las Vegas Metropolitan area). It is one of the best-kept secrets in the city, as very few people know anything about it. The restaurant's interior is reminiscent of a 1950s diner but they do great sushi.

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While there are many choices on the menu, there is an emphasis on sushi rolls. Check out the SAMBA Hour for great deals. They are open every day between 3:00 and 6:00pm (except on Saturday). Sushi Roku can also be found inside the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace. The restaurant is situated on the 3rd Floor, so you have a great view of the Las Vegas Strip while enjoying your meal.
The YU-ORMI ROLL, which includes tuna and salmon, yellowtail and shrimp, chives and fish flakes, is delicious. It's wrapped in pickled daikon. You can also order small plates to share that are slightly less expensive than the main menu. Sushi Kame is a great option for omakase in Las Vegas. The restaurant is expensive at between $250-$350 per person, but it offers a 2-hour experience you won't find anywhere else. There are only two seatings available every night, one at 6pm-8pm and another at 8:30pm-10:30pm.

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Its Sushi offers All You Can Eat Sushi for $22 per head during lunch and dinner. You can order dinner AYCE sushi for $29 and it's available all day. There are many sushi options on the menu, including surf clams, tobikos, ama ebi oysters, squids, ono superwhite eel, albacore and lemon salmon. Sushi Joe's closes Sundays, but opens Tuesday and Wednesday. Sushi Joe offers lunch Bento bowls that include rice, house salad and crispy sprouts. You can also choose from chicken teriyaki and chicken katsu as well as beef teriyaki and salmon teriyaki.







The Konbea Belt Sushi menu offers a variety of cuisines. These include sweet shrimps and bluefin tuna. The restaurant is located in Las Vegas at 5685 Spring Mountain Road. Chef Dragon, who also opened Sakana Sushi Neko, founded Sushi Neko. All You Can Eat sushi costs $20 for lunch and $25 to eat dinner. An 18% gratuity is added to groups of five and more. The sushi menu features seared lemon salmon. Super white tuna is served with shrimp, squid and octopus.

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Kabuto's specialty is Edomae Sushi. This traditional Japanese dish is served at Kabuto. This type of sushi was originally created in Tokyo as street food almost 200 years ago. It has since evolved to be a fine dining experience. Nigiri is a small piece of raw fish or marinated fish that is applied to small pieces of vinegar rice. These exquisite pieces of fresh fish are meant to be consumed as soon as they are prepared by the sushi master. Kabuto offers three Omakase course options and an a la carte menu with an appetizer, sashimi and miso soup. Kabuto's Chinatown branch is located just west of the Strip. It's well worth the short drive.






Their YU OR-MI ROLL classic is delicious. It includes tuna salmon, yellowtail shrimp, avocado, chives. The small plates are slightly cheaper than main menu, but they also have sharable options. Sushi Kame offers one of the finest omakase choices in Las Vegas. The 2-hour experience at Sushi Kame is unique and expensive. There are two seatings each night: one at 6pm and one at 8pm. The other is between 8:30pm and 10:30pm.

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