Even though you get all the food, certain items can only be ordered once per person. Any leftovers can be subject to an extra charge. Goyemon gives kids a discount. Sushi Mon can be found on Sahara Avenue. They offer a variety of dishes, including hand rolls and sashimi. Hikari also offers Teppanyaki dishes for $10-$15 a piece. They are open during weekdays from 11:30am until 10pm. On Friday and Saturday they are open until midnight.




The restaurant is located just a few blocks west of Fremont Street, downtown Las Vegas. Hiro-san is the head sushi chef at Hiroyoshi. He has been preparing high-quality sushi, sashimi and maki for almost 20 years. It's a great option for sushi that won't break the budget. Kabuto Edomae, a great sushi restaurant in Las Vegas' Chinatown area, is a must-visit. Kabuto is a great place to eat, and you can expect to spend between $50-$100. All sushi is made from fish imported directly from Japan.

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Oyshi Sushi is a budget-friendly restaurant. The restaurant is open Monday through Friday, and Friday through Saturday. The full menu features appetizers such a salmon and tuna tartare as well as maguro and tataki and sashimi wrappeds. There's eel sushi. Mackerel sushi. Albacore sushi. Salmon sushi. Spicy tuna, tuna. Cooked shrimp. And many other incredible choices.

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You can find fresh seafood daily from Japan, as well as premium Wagyu steaks. The food at this restaurant is simple but delicious. Mizumi is a high-end sushi restaurant at Wynn. The extensive menu includes sushi, sashimi (tempura), robatayaki and Wagyu beef. Mizumi even has vegetarian dishes. Take a look at the wine and sake menus.

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Omasake will set you back between $165 and $200 per person. The fish tacos, sashimi and nigiri however, are much cheaper (about $10-$20 each). Nobu's most famous dish is the black cod. They also offer a range of other dishes including smoked Wagyu dumplings as well as lobster, lobster, ribeye and king-crab. Nobu can be costly, but the experience will stay with you forever. Jaburritos is an Asian Fusion restaurant where you can make your own bowls and sushi burritos. It's almost the same as Chipotle, except that it is sushi. This place also happens to have the lowest prices on the Las Vegas Strip.

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RA Sushi serves a variety of Japanese cuisines, including sushi, sashimi (maki), specialty rolls, and burritos. There are also bento boxes and hibachi as well as poke. Most dishes are priced between $10 and $25. Takeout and delivery are available. Hiroba Sushi also has a Henderson location near Tokyo Boys. Hiroba, like Tokyo Boys isn’t as well-known as the other sushi shops of Vegas. Locals love the excellent prices and fast service.

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