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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.


It is reasonable for the price considering that it's in one of the most exclusive Las Vegas hotels. For a dinner, expect to pay between $30-$50 per head. Yellowtail is a high-end Japanese restaurant in the Bellagio. Akira Back, the head chef of Yellowtail, is a Michelin Star holder, which means you can trust that the food is delicious. If you're lucky enough, you might get a table with a spectacular view of Bellagio Fountains.

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Las Vegas has many great sushi restaurants. They take pride in fresh fish and transform it into exquisite dishes. The Strip has more luxurious settings and high-end sushi dishes, but there are also great restaurants off the Strip. It's a short drive away from the Strip that will take you to Chinatown and Spring Mountain Road. There are many great sushi restaurants. Yui Edomae offers fine dining in a relaxed setting with exquisitely crafted sushi, and other dishes. The food is outstanding and the prices are significantly lower than similar restaurants on the Strip.

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Sushi Way is known for its All You Can Eat Sushi, which includes special chef rolls and skewers, tempuras, desserts, and many other dishes. Sushi Way also offers super white tuna sushi and tamago sushi. The AYCE sushi menu costs $21 for lunch, and $26 for dinner. The AYCE lunch begins at 11am and ends around 3pm. The AYCE dinner can be ordered until the restaurant closes.

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Umiya Sushi doesn't have a location in Chinatown but it is very close. It takes only five minutes to get from the Strip to Umiya via Uber. You can order from a simple menu. Umiya offers soups, salads and sashimi as well as skewers, nigiri, skewers and maki rolls. They offer a $25 lunch deal every day from 11:30am until 3pm. Children under 36 inches can eat free if they are less than 36 inches in height. Children between 36 and 52 inches can also enjoy a reduced price ($13.95).

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