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Umami Japanese Sushi restaurant and sushi bar with Asian fusion is five-star restaurant. The staff are excellent and the food selections are great. You can eat all you want from their sushi menu for only $22 or $26 for lunch and dinner. The sushi nigiri menu includes surf clams (octopus), crab, sweet shrimps, tamago and sweet shrimps. The restaurant's hours of operation are Monday to Sunday. Umami is well-known for its quick preparation times. Your meal will arrive in no time.





I taste-tested the best sushi restaurants around Las Vegas and discovered that there are a few spots that offer an all day menu. It's not cheap to eat sushi on the Strip so it's worth searching for places that offer an all-you can-eat (AYCE). After trying numerous sushi restaurants, I can say with certainty that these are my favorite places to get all-you-can-eat sushi in Las Vegas. Oyeshi Sushi has been a Las Vegas staple since its inception. There are currently two locations. Both are located about 20 minutes drive from the Strip.

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There are many cuisines on the Konbea Belt Sushi Menu. They include sweet shrimp, bluefin tuna and fatty tuna. The restaurant can be found at 5685 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas. Chef Dragon founded Sushi Neko, which also opened the Sakana Sushi restaurant. All You Can Eat Sushi is $20 for lunch and $25 for dinner. For groups of five or more, an 18% gratuity will be added. Seared lemon salmon is also available on the sushi menu. Shrimp, super white tuna, shrimp and quail eggs are all available. Tobiko is also available.

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There are many options on the menu including nigiri (fresh fish rolls), shrimp tempura (soft-shell crab rolls), deep-fried rolls and spicy rolls. For a typical AYCE sushi meal, you can expect to spend between $25-$30. Top Sushi in Henderson is one of few sushi restaurants that you can eat all day. This local restaurant offers excellent food and quick service. The ratio of fish and rice is excellent.

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Umiya Sushi, located on Flamingo Road is a Japanese sushi restaurant and bar. Business hours are Monday through Sunday. It's open for lunch. The restaurant also offers beer buckets and other interesting deals, such as mix and match beer buckets. The sushi menu includes pepper seared tuna (seared albacore), seared Salmon, baby scallops, seared Salmon, seared Salmon, smoked salmon and spicy Octopus. There are also many other options that come in two pieces.

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Kabuto is known for its Edomae Sushi. Traditional Japanese cooking is the mainstay. This form of sushi started in Tokyo 200 years ago as street food. Since then, it has evolved into a more refined experience. A small amount of raw or marinated salmon is applied to bite-sized pieces vinegar rice. This is commonly called nigiri. These delicious masterpieces of fresh seafood are ready to be eaten immediately after the sushi master prepares them. Kabuto has three Omakase options, as well a quick a la-carte menu that includes an appetizer. Kabuto’s Chinatown location is west of The Strip. It is worth the short drive.

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Sushi Koma Japanese Restaurant is near Jack in the Box. For $5, you can enjoy appetizers such as the baked green mussel and chicken Karage. You can make delicious sushi with fresh ingredients, including surf clams and salmon belly, seared Lemon Salmons, smoke paprika salmon, and salmon belly.

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