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At its location off the Strip in Las Vegas' Chinatown, Kabuto's speciality is Edomae Sushi, prepared traditionally. This style of sushi originated in the Tokyo area as street food nearly 200 years... Read More
At its location off the Strip in Las Vegas' Chinatown, Kabuto's speciality is Edomae Sushi, prepared traditionally. This style of sushi originated in the Tokyo area as street food nearly 200 years ago, and has evolved into a refined experience. Small pieces of raw or marinated fish are applied to bite size pieces of vinegar rice, and is more commonly known as nigiri. These masterpieces of fresh fish are designed to be eaten as soon as the sushi master makes it. Since the specialty at Kabuto is nigiri and sashimi style sushi, you won't find sushi rolls like maki or hako. Kabuto's menus includes three types of Omakase courses and a brief a la carte menu that includes an appetizer, sashimi, miso soup, and dessert. Kabuto is just west of the Strip and offers two seatings per night at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
- Japanese: "While walk-ins are welcome at Kabuto, the intimate restaurant has limited seating, so reservations are highly recommended for their two-hour dining experience and are taken up to two months in advance."
- Sushi: "Reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to two months in advance. Three day notice is needed for parties of five or more. Although walk-ins are welcome, the restaurants offers very limited seating."