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Sen of Japan is a popular local restaurant that has received rave reviews from diners as well as critics. Its finely prepared food is served with a relaxed atmosphere. Sen of Japan is the brainchild of the former Nobu head chef at Hard Rock. Its delicious food is a testament to his culinary skills. You can choose from cold or warm appetizers, sashimi and sushi, as well as grilled, braised, or fried dishes and tempura. There is a huge variety of satisfying choices for diners. Sen of Japan might be a bit far from the main road, but once you reach it you'll be glad that you made the effort.





Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar is an excellent option for guests staying near the Red Rock Hotel. You can enjoy fresh sushi rolls, sashimi and burgers daily at this restaurant. If not everyone wants to eat sushi, this place is the best choice. You have many options with the different sections of the menu for west-coast and east-coast fish. If you don’t like meat, there’s a yasai sushi section.

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best sushi in las vegas strip






Umami Japanese Sushi is a restaurant and sushi bar that specializes in Asian fusion. It has excellent staff and excellent selections. For $22, you can get all-you-can-eat sushi and for $26, dinner meals. Surf clams include crab, oysters, crab, sweet shrimp, salmon, sweet shrimp, freshwater eel and more. The restaurant's opening hours are Monday to Sunday. Umami is well-known because of its fast preparation times. It ensures your meal arrives on time while still tasting fresh.

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Koi offers sushi or sashimi. They come in many flavors such as tuna, salmon yellowtail, albacore eel, crab and shrimp. The rolls are also great. I enjoyed the shrimp tempura (rainbow), and vegetable rolls. Tokyo Boys is a good place to eat sushi in Henderson, NV. Henderson is part o the Las Vegas Metropolitan area. This is one of the city’s most well-kept secrets. While the interior may look like a diner from the 1950s, the restaurant serves delicious sushi.










On the menu, you can choose from sushi, maki rolls and sashimi. Morimoto Vegas offers many unique fish dishes, including tuna, salmon, yellowtail and octopus. John Chien Lee opened his first restaurant, a Japanese-style restaurant on the Strip, in 2011. Soho, his new restaurant, is much more affordable than the Strip's sushi joints, but it offers just as good food.

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