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You don't want to eat all the sushi you can eat, so make sure you visit the best AYCE restaurants in Las Vegas. You will not only be able to eat as much sushi as possible, but you can also dine at one of the most exquisite restaurants in Las Vegas or even the country.







Biwon Korean BBQ's AYCE Sushi Menu starts at $22 per person for lunch and ends at $29 per person for dinner. Please note that groups of 6 or more will have to pay an 18% fee for the AYCE Sushi offers. Biwon Korean BBQ sushi appetizer menu includes baked mussels and salmon cheese sticks, as well as salmon skin salad, beef tataki, salmon cheesestick, and salmon cheese stick. Sashimi, sushi taco trio and shiso-ten.

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Las Vegas is home of many sushi restaurants. These restaurants take great pride with their fresh fish which they transform into incredible dishes. Although you can find more exquisite settings and more elaborate interpretations of sushi along the Strip, there are many restaurants that offer the same high quality food. Take a quick drive to Chinatown along Spring Mountain Road and you will find many outstanding sushi restaurants. Yui Edomae has a peaceful, fine dining experience that features exquisitely made sushi and other cuisines in a traditional setting. The food is excellent and the price is lower than the equivalents on the Strip.

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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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Kabuto's specialty is Edomae Sushi. This traditional Japanese dish is served at Kabuto. This type of sushi was originally created in Tokyo as street food almost 200 years ago. It has since evolved to be a fine dining experience. Nigiri is a small piece of raw fish or marinated fish that is applied to small pieces of vinegar rice. These exquisite pieces of fresh fish are meant to be consumed as soon as they are prepared by the sushi master. Kabuto offers three Omakase course options and an a la carte menu with an appetizer, sashimi and miso soup. Kabuto's Chinatown branch is located just west of the Strip. It's well worth the short drive.

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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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