The omakase, which I highly recommend, is hand-delivered to you. They are open only from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. You should make reservations well in advance. You can also get takeout. Sen of Japan is a Japanese casual restaurant that serves sushi as well as other entrees like steaks and seafood. The chef behind the menu at Sen of Japan is Chef NakanoHiromi. He was a Nobu chef.








Kabuto's speciality is Edomae Sushi. It's a traditional Japanese recipe. This Japanese style of sushi began as street food in Tokyo almost 200 years back and has evolved into a sophisticated experience. The small pieces are either raw or marinated and then rolled in bite-size pieces vinegar rice, also known as nigiri. These masterworks of fresh fish are best eaten right away from the time they are made. Kabuto's Omakase dishes include three types and an a-la carte menu. This includes an appetizer (sashimi), miso soup, and dessert. Kabuto's Chinatown is just west from the Strip and it is well worth the short trip.

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The freshest ingredients they bring in are fresh seafood, imported daily from Japan, and premium Wagyu Steaks. It is a simple restaurant but the food is extraordinary. Mizumi is the Wynn's luxury sushi restaurant. They offer a large selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, robatayaki, and Wagyu Steak. Mizumi even has vegetarian dishes. Their excellent wine and sake selections are worth a look.

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Sen of Japan has been a local favourite that is getting rave reviews from critics and diners. Sen of Japan serves finely prepared food in a comfortable and elegant setting. The location off the Strip helps to keep the prices affordable, but not cheap. Sen of Japan was opened by the former Nobu chef at Hard Rock. His expertise is evident in the tasty food. There are many options for diners to choose from: cold and warm appetizers, sushi and sashimi, grilled, braised and fried dishes, and tempura. Although Sen of Japan is a bit out of the way, once you get there you will be glad that you drove.

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Sometimes, small la carte orders will not be enough to satisfy your sushi cravings. This is the reason for All You Can Eat. You can eat as much sushi you want, at a reasonable cost. Las Vegas has many great sushi restaurants. We will concentrate on the best all meals-inclusive sushi restaurants in Las Vegas. We will be looking at the different offers, prices, and popularity of each joint to determine what makes them stand apart from the others.

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The YUORMI ROLL features tuna, salmon and yellowtail as well as shrimp, chives. A few smaller plates can be shared, which is slightly cheaper than their main menu. Sushi Kame is known for its excellent omakase. While the price tag is high (between $250 and $350 per head), it provides a unique 2-hour experience unlike any other. They have only 2 seating options every night. One is from 6 to 8 PM and one is from 8:30 to 10:30.

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You can order AYCE or a la carte. For $24 lunch, the AYCE sushi menu includes nigiri rolls, sushi rolls, skewers, and sushi rolls. While the dinner menu costs $28, it's still within budget with other sushi restaurants. Rikki Tikki Sushi, located in the Westgate Hotel is just blocks from the Las Vegas Strip. You will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere at the restaurant, especially if your table is near the waterfall. The price for all you can eat Sushi is $33 per person. That's a good deal considering the proximity to the Strip. They are open every day from 5pm-10pm, except Wednesdays and Sundays.

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