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Raku in Las Vegas' Chinatown attracts chefs from all over the city. It's a popular foodie destination, having been on its fair share of travel and food shows. Some of the menu's stars include pork... Read More
Raku in Las Vegas' Chinatown attracts chefs from all over the city. It's a popular foodie destination, having been on its fair share of travel and food shows. Some of the menu's stars include pork ear, pork cheek and homemade tofu. Diners will find specialties usually only available in Japan. The food here attracts the most dedicated food lovers with its wide menu of delights, like Steamed Foi Gras Egg Custard, or Kobe beef in several preparations. This Japanese restaurant has expanded, but it's still a small place, so reservations are a must. Plan on a short cab ride from the Strip.
- Japanese: "Look for an impressive attention to details at Raku, like the five types of soy sauce or the monthly sake sampler featuring three selections from Japan."
- Off-the-Strip Finds: "Raku has both a Japanese Charcoal Grill and a Sweets restaurant, and they're in separate locations. Be sure to have the correct address for the grill (unless it's Sweets you want)."
- Best Restaurants: "If you'd like to be surprised with the chef's selections, be sure to try the omakase to take advantage of all the exceptional offerings at Raku."
- Best for Japanese Because: Raku's authentic Japanese dishes are regarded as some of the best food in Las Vegas.
- Best for Off-the-Strip Finds Because: Raku Grill is consistently recognized as one of Las Vegas' most inventive and best restaurants.
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: This favorite of foodies and chefs keeps people coming back.