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Here is a great place for all you seafood aficionados out there. With a 160 foot long seafood buffet, Todai, at Planet Hollywood is truly a sensory feast. The buffet boasts over 40 varieties of beautifully presented seafood and sushi. The garden fresh salad bar features more than 15 dishes to suit every taste. The made to order corner here is a delight to the palate. Todai totally deserves its title 'Mother of Seafood Buffets'. Visit Todai for a gastronomic journey to Japan.
Located in the stunning Aria Hotel & Casino, BarMasa provides a memorable dining experience with vaulted ceiling and contemporary decor. Try modern Japanese cuisine and unique sushi rolls in an elegant, yet casual atmosphere. Their signature dishes include anything with bluefin tuna and kakiage oroshi soba. BarMasa also has an impressive sake selection and creative sake cocktails.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge has been wowing diners ever since its inception with its decadent contemporary and traditional Japanese fare. Set in the Bellagio Las Vegas, the kitchen helmed by chef Akira Back is an ode to his travels abroad which is reflected in their menu. Taking you through a delightful culinary journey, their dishes will tantalize your palate. Their bar headed by Yukiko Kawasaki has an impressive list of sake and wine that has been carefully curated to enhance your dining experience. With fantastic views worth boasting of, this chic eatery features wooden and stone elements as well as eclectic light fixtures which give it an ambient atmosphere.
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.
The restaurant has been voted as "Best New Strip Restaurant" by Las Vegas Weekly. Yusho is a restaurant offering authentic Japanese-style street food. The food is characterized by its simple flavors and presentation. Pair your food with the beer, cocktail and wine selection. For reservations, visit the website.
After all the popularity it received in L.A., Sushi Roku has ventured into Las Vegas. The interiors have a Zen like ambiance and the food of course is Modern Japanese. You'll find appetizers, such as Oshinko, which is a dish of pickeld Japanese vegetables. At the sushi bar, try out the wide assortment of sushi dishes. For entrées, you can go with the Teriyaki or Tempura. If you can't make up your mind, you can go ahead with the daily specials. There is also a list of beverages to choose from. The Red Sun is a beer especially brewed for Sushi Roku.
Gaze at a flowing waterfall while dining on a wide selection of fresh sushi. Located in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, this restaurant is about a lot more than sushi; the menu contains a veritable feast of Asian dishes and cuisines. Have a Vietnamese appetizer, Thai entrée, and Chinese dessert topped off with Japanese drinks. The décor accentuates the food with lots of bamboo and black accents. The service is fast and friendly and meals are big enough to share or perfect for one hungry diner.
After New York and Chicago, Las Vegas is tasting some great sushi at Japonais. Chefs Jun Ichikawa and Gene Kato have added a French touch to contemporary Japanese cuisine and designed a fantastic array of hot and cold appetizers and entrées. Located at the Mirage Hotel, Japonais serves some exotic Oriental cocktails, sake and liqueur. Enjoy Kani Nikiri, the spicy baked prawn or the tender maple leaf smoked duck or simply stick to the signature sushi roll. Overall, a great dining experience overlooking the bustling casino.