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You can take advantage of their happy hours between 3:00pm-6:30pm. Soho Japanese Restaurant can deliver, dine in, or takeout. Soho Japanese Restaurant also has a sister location called Soho Sushi Burrito. Koi can found on the second floor at the Planet Hollywood Casino. This Japanese restaurant boasts a charming atmosphere making it the perfect spot for sushi before heading out on a night. You can get salmon rolls for as little as $6 or spicy tuna sandwiches for as low $8 at happy hour.


You can choose your sushi, sashimi and specialty rolls from the menu or order a platter of sushi to sample a wide variety. Sushi Roku also offers delivery and pickup options. Both are reasonably affordable. Sapporo Revolving Sushi offers four locations in Las Vegas. The one on Spring Mountain Rd is their most popular. Revolving Sushi offers a unique experience. You order your sushi directly from a tablet. Then it is delivered to you via a conveyor belt.

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Sapporo Revolving Sushi is open at more than one location in Las Vegas. Sapporo Revolving Sushi specialises in conveyor belt sushi with an automated delivery method. The state-of the-art sensor system ensures that all plates on the conveyor reach the desired destination at the right time. You can choose from tuna or squids as well as surf clams, unagi, and other types of sushi. There are many special rolls, including strawberry rolls.

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There are specialty rolls, including deep-fried, baked and deep-fried, as well as sushi nigiri. There are also many bite-sized options on the appetizer menu. Takeout is also available, but not all of the items are available. Sushi Koma is located west of the Las Vegas Strip. Although it's a small place, they offer a wide variety of all-you can eat sushi options. They make sure you get your fair portion of food, as the name implies.

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Sushi Neko offers a $23.95 all-you can-eat lunch special. There's also an AYCE dinner option at $27.95. Be sure to arrive early as it can get busy around 6pm. Yama is the only all-you can eat sushi place located on the Las Vegas Strip. It's located directly across the street, near Tacos El Gordo. For only $27.95, you can enjoy a variety high-quality specialty rolls and hand rolls as well as nigiri (dinner at $30.95).

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Sen of Japan has been a local favourite that is getting rave reviews from critics and diners. Sen of Japan serves finely prepared food in a comfortable and elegant setting. The location off the Strip helps to keep the prices affordable, but not cheap. Sen of Japan was opened by the former Nobu chef at Hard Rock. His expertise is evident in the tasty food. There are many options for diners to choose from: cold and warm appetizers, sushi and sashimi, grilled, braised and fried dishes, and tempura. Although Sen of Japan is a bit out of the way, once you get there you will be glad that you drove.

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Yama Sushi's sushi is fresh and delicious. You'll find these delicious dishes on the nigiri sushi menu: Halibut and Giant Clams, Garlic tuna Nigiri, Garlic nigiri scallops, tamago, and Saba nigiri to name just a few. Yama Sushi won the title of Las Vegas’ first and only all-you-can-eat sushi place. This award is proof of the incredible experience the establishment has had over the years. The AYCE lunch menu is $25 and the dinner menu is $29

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