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Yellowtail has sashimi (sushi), sushi rolls, tempura, and sushi. My favorite specialty roll is the Angry Salmon special, which includes salmon and avocado with serrano bell peppers, cucumber, and serrano peppers. Fresh omakase also can be ordered. Kaiseki Yuzu's Japanese restaurant changes its menu once a month. Similar to Sushi-Kame, they offer only two seatings: 5:30pm & 8:00pm. These are the only times when you can make a reservation. It is worth making a booking at least two days in advance.




Sen of Japan offers extensive sushi and maki roll options that can be ordered either a la carte, or to-go. Most meals are priced between $20-30. Nobu is a Japanese restaurant chain which offers luxury dining at various locations. There are currently 2 Nobu restaurants in Las Vegas. One at Caesars Palace and one at Virgin Hotel.

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The YU-ORMI ROLL, which includes tuna and salmon, yellowtail and shrimp, chives and fish flakes, is delicious. It's wrapped in pickled daikon. You can also order small plates to share that are slightly less expensive than the main menu. Sushi Kame is a great option for omakase in Las Vegas. The restaurant is expensive at between $250-$350 per person, but it offers a 2-hour experience you won't find anywhere else. There are only two seatings available every night, one at 6pm-8pm and another at 8:30pm-10:30pm.

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Sapporo Revolving Sushi operates multiple locations in Las Vegas. Sapporo Revolving Sushi offers conveyor belt sushi via an automated delivery system. The sophisticated sensor system makes sure that every plate on the conveyor is directed at the appropriate destination at the best time. The menu includes nigiri, which can be made from tuna, squids or surf clam. There are many options for special rolls including strawberry rolls and many others.

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Yellowtail serves sushi, sashimi as well as sushi rolls and tempura. The Angry Salmon specialty rolls, made with salmon, avocado, serrano chili peppers, and cucumber, is one of my favorite. Fresh omakase is also available. Kaiseki Yuzu, one of Japan's few restaurants that change their menu each month, is Kaiseki Yuzu. Like Sushi Kame they have only two seating times: 5:30pm and 8:15pm. You can only make a reservation for those times, so it is worth booking a few days ahead.

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There are many options for sushi, sashimi or maki rolls. Morimoto Las Vegas serves a wide variety of unique fish, including salmon, tuna and eel as well as yellowtail, octopus shrimp, red snapper crab, lobster, and yellowtail. John Chien Lee was a chef who used to own a Japanese restaurant along the Strip. However, he opened his own eatery just a few short years ago. Soho, his new restaurant is a more affordable alternative to the Strip's sushi restaurants but offers the same quality food.

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Sushi Neko's all you can eat lunch special is a great choice. It costs $23.95 and there's an AYCE dinner option that costs $27.95 It can get very crowded at 6pm so make sure you arrive early. Yama is the only all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. It is located right across from Resorts World, next to Tacos El Gordo. You can get a wide range of specialty rolls, hand rolls and nigiri at a very affordable $27.95 (dinner is $30.95).

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