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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.






OTORO is a intimate sushi place located within the Mirage. This spot is known for its friendly service and tasty meals. OTORO is a great option if you are looking to share a small amount of food with your friends. You can choose from rolls, nigiri or sashimi from their sushi menu. There aren't many options, but the prices are extremely reasonable. Their entrees menu, which included Chilean Sea Bass as well as Wagyu steak, filet monsieur, and salmon, was a great choice.

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If you're going to indulge in all-you can-eat sushi, then you need to make sure that you take advantage of the top AYCE locations in Las Vegas. You can eat as much as you like, and you'll also be able to dine at some of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas, or anywhere in the United States.

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Additional rules apply to All You Can Eat Sushi. There is no sharing among AYCE customers or a la carte customers. For leftovers (including sushi rice), you will be charged at a la carte rates. For lunch, order time is 60 minutes and dinner 90 minutes. Children under 3 years old can eat for free. Children aged 4-7 years are charged $13.95 per person for the AYCE lunch or dinner.

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Some AYCE eat-in places may skimp on quality, but they don't compromise on Umami. Every item on the menu, from the nigiri and the hand rolls, is delicious. The all-you'll-eat lunch menu starts at $25.95 and the dinner menu starts at $29.95. Sushi 21 can be found near Excalibur. You can walk to it, but you can get a taxi or Uber from there.

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They have a modern menu with three distinct kitchens. The main kitchen, the robata and sushi counters are all used. Zuma also serves omakase. You can also choose from Wagyu, lobster and ribeye steaks. Morimoto can found in the MGM Grand. It's named after Masaharu, the star of The Iron Chef. This place is one of Vegas' best dining experiences.

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There are three types of specialty rolls: deep-fried, baked, and raw. Also, there is sushi nigiri. A variety of small bite-sized appetizers are available. You can also order takeout, but this isn't all you can eat. Sushi Koma's location west of Las Vegas Strip is Sushi Koma. The restaurant is small, but it offers many different types of sushi. The name says it all, they will make sure you have your fair share.

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