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Omasake ranges in price from $165 to $200 per person. But the nigiri (sashimi), and fish tacos are far more affordable (in the $10-20 range per piece). Nobu's best-known dish is their black cod. However they also offer many other options such as smoked Wagyu dumplings or lobster, ribeye, octopus, ribeye, and King crab. Nobu can be expensive but you'll always remember the experience. Jaburritos allows you to make your own sushi burritos. It's almost as good as Chipotle except for the sushi. This sushi spot is also one of the most affordable on the Las Vegas Strip.


Fast service and delicious food are the hallmarks of Jaburritos. Jaburritos can be found on the LINQ Promenade at the Strip's center. Delivery can be ordered through Uber Eats and Postmates as well as Grubhub. YU-ORMI Sushi Bar, located in the arts district just a few minutes away from Fremont Street, is one of the most popular places to get sushi in downtown Las Vegas. You can order nigiri, sushi, or specialty rolls. You can dine in, order takeout, or get delivery.

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las vegas strip sushi restaurants







Oyshi Sushi offers affordable dining. Oyshi Sushi is open every day of the week. Monday through Thursday are open at 11:15. Friday and Saturday are closed at 11. You can also order appetizers such as salmon and tuna tartare and maguro tataki. You won't be disappointed by the mackerel sushi and salmon sushi as well as albacore sushi and salmon sushi.

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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.

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You can choose from a modern menu prepared in three kitchens: the main one, a robata barbecue, or a sushi counter. Zuma serves omakase (omakase), sashimi, sashimi and maki rolls. You can also order rib-eye, Wagyu and lobster from Zuma if you want a cooked meal. Morimoto is located in the MGM Grand. It was named after Masaharu Moriba, who is one of the original stars on the TV series The Iron Chef. It is known for its unique personality and one of the best dining experiences you can have in Vegas.

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There are several options for Konbea Belt Sushi. These include sweet shrimp, bluefin and fatty tuna. You can find the restaurant at 5685 Spring Mountain Road. Chef Dragon opened Sushi Neko in Las Vegas. All You Can Eat Sushi starts at $20 for lunch, and $25 for dinner. On groups of five people or more, there is an 18% gratuity. The sushi menu also includes seared lemon Salmon. Super white tuna and shrimp, as well as quail egg, salmon belly, and tobiko are some of the options.

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