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Its Sushi offers All You Can Eat Sushi for $22 per head during lunch and dinner. You can order dinner AYCE sushi for $29 and it's available all day. There are many sushi options on the menu, including surf clams, tobikos, ama ebi oysters, squids, ono superwhite eel, albacore and lemon salmon. Sushi Joe's closes Sundays, but opens Tuesday and Wednesday. Sushi Joe offers lunch Bento bowls that include rice, house salad and crispy sprouts. You can also choose from chicken teriyaki and chicken katsu as well as beef teriyaki and salmon teriyaki.


Sushi Koma is an authentic Japanese restaurant located near Jack in the Box. A selection of appetizers, such as baked green mussels and chicken Karage, are available for only $5. To make sushi, fresh ingredients are used to create delicious squids.

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sushi on vegas strip




The restaurant can be found just outside of downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street. Hiro Saito, Hiroyoshi's sushi chef, has been preparing the best sushi, sashimis, and maki in Las Vegas for almost twenty years. It's a wonderful sushi option that doesn’t break your bank. Kabuto Edomae a superb sushi restaurant is located in Las Vegas’ Chinatown. Kabuto will charge you between $50 and $100 for a dinner, but it's well-worth it. The sushi uses fish that is directly imported from Japan.

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Kabuto's speciality is Edomae Sushi. It's a traditional Japanese recipe. This Japanese style of sushi began as street food in Tokyo almost 200 years back and has evolved into a sophisticated experience. The small pieces are either raw or marinated and then rolled in bite-size pieces vinegar rice, also known as nigiri. These masterworks of fresh fish are best eaten right away from the time they are made. Kabuto's Omakase dishes include three types and an a-la carte menu. This includes an appetizer (sashimi), miso soup, and dessert. Kabuto's Chinatown is just west from the Strip and it is well worth the short trip.

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las vegas sushi

las vegas sushi















Its Sushi serves All You Can Eat Sushi at $22 per plate during lunch and late-night. Dinner AYCE sushi is $29 and available throughout the day. You can choose from a variety of sushi items, such as surf clam, tobiko and ama ebi, or squid, ono white eel and albacore. Sushi Joe's is closed Sundays. It opens Tuesday and Wednesday. Sushi Joe's lunch Bento bowls come with rice, house salad, crispy sprouts, and a side of crispy sprouts. Also available are chicken teriyaki (chicken katsu), beef teriyaki (beef teriyaki), salmon teriyaki (and similar options).

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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.

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You can find fresh seafood daily from Japan, as well as premium Wagyu steaks. The food at this restaurant is simple but delicious. Mizumi is a high-end sushi restaurant at Wynn. The extensive menu includes sushi, sashimi (tempura), robatayaki and Wagyu beef. Mizumi even has vegetarian dishes. Take a look at the wine and sake menus.

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