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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.



Each plate you take off the conveyor cost $3. After you are done eating, a waiter will arrive and sum up everything for you. A full meal usually costs $20-30. Yui Edomae is another sushi place in Chinatown Plaza. The restaurant's focus is on traditional Japanese omotenashi (which means to fully look after your guests).

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Umiya Sushi doesn't have a location in Chinatown but it is very close. It takes only five minutes to get from the Strip to Umiya via Uber. You can order from a simple menu. Umiya offers soups, salads and sashimi as well as skewers, nigiri, skewers and maki rolls. They offer a $25 lunch deal every day from 11:30am until 3pm. Children under 36 inches can eat free if they are less than 36 inches in height. Children between 36 and 52 inches can also enjoy a reduced price ($13.95).

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Oysters served with Uni and Ikura, Bluefin Tuna and Pan Seared Scallops are the recommended menu items at Soho Japanese Restaurant. The Soho Japanese Restaurant is a well-known name in Japanese-Asian Fusion Cuisines, bringing high-end quality and style to the local scene.

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Hayashi Japanese Cuisine's AYCE sushi lunch specials are the most affordable in Las Vegas. $20 gets you as much sushi as your heart desires. The AYCE menu features a wide selection of sushi rolls and sashimi platters. They also offer roll platters, sushi platters, rolls platters, shrimp tempura and skewers. Takeout and delivery are available. However, delivery is only possible within 5 miles. Strip guests can usually get delivery for free. Las Vegas has many excellent sushi restaurants. You will find affordable and luxurious sushi places throughout the Strip.

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OTORO is a small sushi restaurant located inside the Mirage. The place is well-known for its excellent service and small meals. OTORO is a great place to share small meals with friends. The sushi menu includes rolls, nigiri and sashimi. Although the options are limited in comparison to other sushi restaurants', prices are very reasonable. Their entree menu was great, with a selection of Chilean Sea Bass and Wagyu steaks, filet mignon, salmon, and other options.

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There is a wide selection of Asian Fusion cuisines and AYCE Sushi options. You can choose from salmon, white tuna and shrimp as well as yellowtail, yellowtail, albacore, yellowtail and eel. Sushi 21 allows pickup and delivery. Sushi Ichiban, the only all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant in downtown Las Vegas, is Sushi Ichiban. It is located at the El Cortez Hotel and Casino. They offer AYCE sushi starting at $29.95. This is quite affordable for a hotel-based restaurant.

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