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.






Kaiseki Yuzu has two dining options: a sushi bar and kaiseki. Kaiseki can be described as a multi-course meal that includes a variety of dishes. The cost of the meal can vary depending on which course you choose, but it is well worth the effort. They are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Zuma will be your nearest sushi choice if you are staying at the Cosmopolitan. It is inspired by the Izakaya style of Japanese casual dining. Zuma is well-known for its award-winning cocktails. However, the authentic Japanese cuisine is equally good.

late night ayce sushi

late night ayce sushi











Umiya Sushi, a Japanese restaurant/sushi bar located on Flamingo Road has business hours from Monday through Sunday. The restaurant is open for lunch, and offers interesting deals such as beer buckets in a mix-and-match. You can choose from pepper seared tuna or seared albacore, baby scallop, seared salmon, seared salmon, seared salmon, seared salmon, spicy octopus and fresh water eel.

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Koi offers sushi as well as sashimi in a variety f flavors like tuna and salmon, yellowtail, alacore, albacore shrimp, eel and crab, as well octopus, oysters, urchins, and toro. It's also delicious to eat the rolls. I loved the shrimp tempura, rainbow and vegetable rolls. Tokyo Boys is a great place to eat Japanese sushi in Henderson, NV. Henderson is part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan area. This hidden gem is well-kept by the city. The interior looks like it's a 1950s-style diner. But they have great sushi.

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ayce all you can eat

ayce all you can eat





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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Yama has 2 additional locations: One in Chinatown and another on Flamingo Road (near UNLV). Both locations charge slightly more for their all-you-can-eat Sushi Specials. Flamingo Sushi is Las Vegas' oldest sushi place. Sakana Sushi's location is just 5 minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip at Maryland Parkway. This sushi place is famous for its affordable AYCE deals and quick service. They offer a variety of signature rolls, deepfried rolls, spicy roll, and nigiri.

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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.

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