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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.



RA Sushi features a varied menu including sushi, sashimi, maki and specialty rolls. They also offer bento boxes as well hibachi and poke. Most of their dishes cost between $10-25. Delivery and takeout can be ordered. Hiroba Sushi is also found in Henderson near Tokyo Boys. Hiroba sushi is not as well-known in Vegas as other restaurants like Tokyo Boys. The fast service, excellent prices, and friendly staff are what locals love about Hiroba.

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The restaurant offers a modern menu, which is prepared in three different kitchens: the main, robata grill and sushi counter. Zuma offers omakase and sashimi as well as maki rolls. If you're looking for a prepared meal, they also offer Wagyu, lobster, and ribeye steak. Morimoto can be found inside the MGM Grand. It is named after Masaharu Morimoto (original star of The Iron Chef). This is one of the most memorable dining experiences in Vegas thanks to his distinct personality.

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Children under 5 can eat free at the restaurant if they dine in. However, it is possible to order online for pickup or delivery. The prices are higher than those at some local sushi restaurants but the food quality, convenience and price are worth it. Goyemon, located near the Las Vegas Strip, is just behind Mandalay Bay. This is a popular place to get all-you'll-eat sushi, especially at 7 p.m. when the business is peaking. They also offer vegetable rolls and nigiri as well.




Kabuto offers Edomae Sushi which is a traditional Japanese style of sushi. This sushi style originated in Tokyo nearly 200 years ago as street food. However, it has become a refined dining experience. You can apply small pieces of raw fish, or marinated fish to bite-sized pieces of vinegar rice (also known as Nigiri). These sushi masters' masterpieces of fresh fish should be enjoyed as soon as possible. Kabuto's Omakase menus offer three types of Omakase and a short a la carte menu, which includes an appetizer and sashimi as well as miso soup and dessert. Kabuto's Chinatown restaurant is located west of the Strip. This short drive is well worth it.

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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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