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Sen of Japan has a wide selection of sushi and maki rolls that you can order a la carte or to-go. The majority of meals cost between $20 and $30. Nobu is a luxury Japanese restaurant chain that has locations all over the globe. Two Nobu restaurants are currently open in Las Vegas: one at Caesars Palace, and the other at Virgin Hotel.







Sen of Japan, a local favorite, has been receiving rave reviews from diners. The food is well-prepared and served in comfortable, elegant surroundings. Sen of Japan was established by Nobu's head chef, who is also responsible for the exquisite food. Warm and cold appetizers; sushi, sashimi; grilled and braised dishes; and tempura offer diners many satisfying choices. Sen of Japan may be out of reach, but you'll be glad to have made the trip once you arrive.

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Umiya Sushi might not be located in Chinatown. However, it is very close. Umiya can be reached by a quick 5-minute Uber ride from The Strip. The menu is simple, so it's easy to order. Umiya also serves soups and salads. They have a $25 lunch special every week, from 11:30am through 3pm. For children below 36 inches, you can have your child eat at no cost. A discounted price is available for children between 36 inches and 52 inches (13.95).

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While tasting all of the Las Vegas sushi restaurants, I came across a few that offer an all you can eat menu. Sushi can be very expensive, especially along the Strip. It is worth finding a restaurant that offers an all you can eat (AYCE). After trying hundreds of different sushi restaurants, I have come to the conclusion that these are the best places for all you can eat Sushi in Las Vegas. Oyeshi Sushi, one of the original all-you-can-eat sushi places in Las Vegas, was founded. You can find them at two locations in Las Vegas, which are about 20 minutes away from the Strip.

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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 flavors to choose from, including salmon, yellowtail and albacore, spicy tuna and yellowtail, as well as squids, octopus crab, lobster, and crab. The appetizers were also delicious, particularly the egg rolls. Only the sashimi is on the main menu. Sushi Way, another all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant is located just a few minutes away from the Strip. It is located just a block from the Venetian so it is easy to find. It has a friendly staff and delicious food.

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Gorilla Sushi is located close to the Las Vegas Airport, about a 5-minute drive from MGM Grand. You can enjoy late-night dining at this restaurant, which is open from 2am to 2am on Thursday, Friday, Saturday. For the price, they offer the best sushi in town. They offer a wide variety of specialty rolls including Holy Cow and Popcorn Lobster. Gorilla Sushi can deliver or takeout. You should make reservations in advance if your intention is to eat in. Sushi Kaya is one the few sushi restaurants that you can all eat in Chinatown Las Vegas. The sushi is made from fresh fish delivered each morning so that you can ensure the quality of the food.

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