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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.





Umiya Sushi may not be in Chinatown, however it is close. Take a 5-minute Uber ride from the Strip to reach Umiya. It is easy to order because they have a simple menu. Umiya has a variety of soups, salads as well as skewers (nigiri), sashimi, skewers, and maki roll options. From 11:30am to 3pm, they offer $25 lunch specials. You can bring your children under 36 inches to eat here for free. For children between 36-52 inches and above, there is a $13.95 discount.

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I received a few recommendations and decided to visit all the popular Las Vegas sushi places to see which ones were the best. After eating endless sashimi, spicy tuna rolls, and endless sushi for nearly a month, these are my top picks for sushi in Las Vegas. Sushi Niroyoshi has some of the best sushi available in Las Vegas. The food is authentic, fresh, and reasonably priced. You will find plenty of choices on the menu.

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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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I taste-tested the best sushi restaurants around Las Vegas and discovered that there are a few spots that offer an all day menu. It's not cheap to eat sushi on the Strip so it's worth searching for places that offer an all-you can-eat (AYCE). After trying numerous sushi restaurants, I can say with certainty that these are my favorite places to get all-you-can-eat sushi in Las Vegas. Oyeshi Sushi has been a Las Vegas staple since its inception. There are currently two locations. Both are located about 20 minutes drive from the Strip.

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Sushi Neko's all day lunch special at $23.95 is unbeatable. You can also choose from an AYCE dinner for $27.95. You should arrive before 6pm as it gets crowded. Yama is the only all-you'll-eat sushi restaurant right on the Las Vegas Strip. It's right across the street from Resorts World and Tacos El Gordo. The specialty rolls, hand and nigiri are all high-quality, and only $27.95 for dinner.

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The YUOR-MI ROLL includes salmon, tuna, yellowtail, shrimps, chives. Fish flakes and house soy are all included. All wrapped in pickled Daikon. There are also small, shareable plates available that are slightly cheaper than the main menu. Sushi Kame has one of the most popular omakase restaurants in Las Vegas. It is pricey at $250-$350 per head, but the 2-hour dining experience is unparalleled. You can choose from one of two seatings: one between 6 and 8 pm, or another from 8:30 to 10:30pm.

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