Sen of Japan is a popular local restaurant that has received rave reviews from diners as well as critics. Its finely prepared food is served with a relaxed atmosphere. Sen of Japan is the brainchild of the former Nobu head chef at Hard Rock. Its delicious food is a testament to his culinary skills. You can choose from cold or warm appetizers, sashimi and sushi, as well as grilled, braised, or fried dishes and tempura. There is a huge variety of satisfying choices for diners. Sen of Japan might be a bit far from the main road, but once you reach it you'll be glad that you made the effort.










Yama has two additional locations, one in Chinatown and one on Flamingo Road near UNLV. The all you can eat sushi specials at both locations are slightly cheaper than the other. Flamingo is Las Vegas’ longest-standing sushi restaurant. Sakana Sushi, located on Maryland Parkway 5 minutes east of Las Vegas Strip. Fast service and affordable AYCE Specials are the hallmarks of this sushi joint. You can choose from a wide variety of signature rolls or deep-fried and spicy rolls as well as nigiri.

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Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar is a great option for those who are staying near the Red Rock Hotel. The restaurant serves fresh sushi and sashimi every day, as well as burgers or wings. It is a great place to go if you don't want everyone wanting sushi. There are sections that cater to both east- and west-coast fish. This gives you plenty of choices. If you don't like meat, there is a section for yasai (vegetable sushi).

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Each plate taken off the conveyor belt is $3 and you can have as many as your heart desires. Once you're done eating, the server will return to total it all for you. For a complete meal, you won't usually pay more than $20-30. Yui Edomae in Chinatown Plaza is another high-end spot for sushi. The restaurant is known for its Japanese traditional omotenashi services, which means they are fully committed to their guests.

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sushi in downtown las vegas

sushi in downtown las vegas


Their menu features nigiri as well fresh fish rolls and shrimp tempura. Soft-shell crab rolls, deep fried rolls, spicy rolls and more are all available. Expect to pay $25-$30 per person for a meal at AYCE Sushi restaurants around the area. Top Sushi is Henderson's best all-you-can-eat restaurant. Another local favorite that serves delicious food and provides quick service. The freshness of the dishes is remarkable, as well as the favorable ratio of rice and fish.

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Sen of Japan has been a local favourite that is getting rave reviews from critics and diners. Sen of Japan serves finely prepared food in a comfortable and elegant setting. The location off the Strip helps to keep the prices affordable, but not cheap. Sen of Japan was opened by the former Nobu chef at Hard Rock. His expertise is evident in the tasty food. There are many options for diners to choose from: cold and warm appetizers, sushi and sashimi, grilled, braised and fried dishes, and tempura. Although Sen of Japan is a bit out of the way, once you get there you will be glad that you drove.

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Kaiseki Yuzu provides two different dining experiences: a sushi-bar and kaiseki. Kaiseki, essentially, is a multicourse meal with many options. The experience is worth it, as the cost ranges from $125 to $210. Keep in mind that they close on Tuesday and Wednesday. Zuma is the closest restaurant to the Cosmopolitan. It's inspired by Izakaya, which is a Japanese casual bar. Zuma is known for its awardwinning cocktails. However, its authentic Japanese cuisine can also be enjoyed.

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