The chef perfected his craft working at restaurants on the Strip and now has his own place in a location that used to be a New York-style dinner. He’s on mission to keep hungry mouths away from all-you-can-eat sushi places while emphasizing the freshest fish from Japan. Don’t be surprise if you see a live lobster waving at you before dinner is served.
Don't get caught off guard. Tokyo Boys is inside a standalone building that used to be an old-school 50's-style diner. And while the chrome decor and ruby red booths might suggest a greasy cheeseburger, the restaurant actually serves some of the freshest, cleanest sushi in Las Vegas. For a complete experience, grab a seat at the counter; not for a milkshake but for an on-the-spot omakase meal, featuring the day's best ingredients and recipes by chef and owner Hirofumi Miyoshi. Otherwise, grab a table, browse the menu, and scan the whiteboard for the day's specials, which typically include the fattiest cuts of tuna (o-toro and chu-toro) and other seafood flown in from Japan, along with tender, marbleized A5 Wagyu beef. On the less expensive side, a $10 omakase appetizer of three small but delicious bites can change by the day.
How to book: Call 702-834-5578 to book a reservation Wednesday-Sunday.