Kabuto Edomae Sushi
You'll get some of the most delicious and authentic sushi in the city at this swanky Japanese joint -- and your dinner made in front of you. Try the omakase at the bar; at $120, it may be pricey, but you'll get only the finest fatty tuna.
Kabuto was the first restaurant to elevate sushi to an art form in Las Vegas. No crazy rolls. No gooey sauces. Sashimi and nigiri are prepared with simplicity and delicate presentations, allowing the natural flavors of the ingredients to shine in a small, intimate dining room. Seafood is flown in from Japan (with the bluefin tuna an exception from Mexico, fully sliced in-house into beautiful fatty bites full of flavor). A meal is best enjoyed in an omakase format with grilled meats, soups, and appetizers as part of the presentation. However, guests are also welcome to order sushi a la carte. Either way, the food pairs well with sake.
How to book: Read the restaurant's reservation policy online.