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If you order online, you can pick up your food and have it delivered to you. While the prices are slightly higher than at other local sushi places, the food quality is excellent and the delivery service is quick. Goyemon is right behind Mandalay Bay and the Las Vegas Strip. This is a popular spot for all-you-can-eat, delicious sushi. They offer sushi rolls, nigiri or tempura, as well as vegetable and fruit rolls.




It's all you can eat. However, some items are limited to one person per order. For any leftovers, you may be charged an additional charge. Goyemon offers a discount for children. Sushi Mon, a solid sushi restaurant on Sahara Avenue, is Sushi Mon. You can choose from hand rolls, sashimi and bento as well as combination platters, specialty rolls and deep-fried rolls. Hikari also offers Teppanyaki entrees at $10-$15 per person. They are open every day from 11:30am to 10pm. They are open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.

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Koi offers sushi as well as sashimi in a variety f flavors like tuna and salmon, yellowtail, alacore, albacore shrimp, eel and crab, as well octopus, oysters, urchins, and toro. It's also delicious to eat the rolls. I loved the shrimp tempura, rainbow and vegetable rolls. Tokyo Boys is a great place to eat Japanese sushi in Henderson, NV. Henderson is part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan area. This hidden gem is well-kept by the city. The interior looks like it's a 1950s-style diner. But they have great sushi.

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Umiya Sushi on Flamingo Road can be found. This Japanese restaurant and sushi bar has hours that run from Monday through Saturday. It is open for lunch. There are also interesting deals like beer buckets which can be mixed and matched. The sushi menu features: pepper seared tuna; seared albacore; seared shrimp, baby scallops and smoked salmon.

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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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Notable Japanese restaurants can be found on the Strip that serve popular food, including sushi. Nobu at Caesars Palace's largest Nobu offers an impressive range of sushi along with a variety of other dishes. The sushi bar is available only for those who come in. Many sushi restaurants offer delicious dishes that feature the freshest fish and often add a twist. Even though Las Vegas might not be right next to an ocean, fresh fish is delivered daily to every restaurant in the city.

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