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AYCE Sushi

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by schwaiguy, Dec 18, 2013.

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  1. schwaiguy

    schwaiguy Low-Roller

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    AYCE Sushi - Goyemon, Sushi Mon (I'm a regular visitor to Monta Ramen) or another?

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  2. lotso-bear

    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    Goyemon is my favorite.
     
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    Oyshi sushi on South Rainbow. Been 4 or 5 times and always great! $21 for lunch and $ 26 for dinner. You can also order steak and meats included. Took my family the day after Thanksgiving and was as good as ever. I was worried because of recent reviews and this was their first time but it was as good as ever. My buddy went 2 weeks later and also agreed it was as good as ever. They do take reservations but if you don't have, it can be a wait.
    Good Luck!:beer:
     
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  4. VivaMattyVegas

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    Goyemon, very close to Orleans, open until 3am
     
  5. schwaiguy

    schwaiguy Low-Roller

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    4dazeoff got me at steak, and I had a lot of steak and potato cakes. While I won't vouch for the authenticity, this place was great and not expensive. I enjoyed strange things like tuna, cream cheese, and mango rolled and deep fried.

    It' lives up to its name: delicious.

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  6. kmarcin

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    My go to AYCE sushi.....

    Yama Sushi. Go during lunch or early dinner. It's always packed.
     
  7. lotso-bear

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    Yama Sushi isn't that bad but I still prefer Goyemon... Yama does have a better location than Goyemon though since I usually stay at one of the CityCenter properties.
     
  8. Haileylayne

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    I'll have to try Goyemon next time... I had some other sushi places in mind but after reading reviews.. NOPE.
     
  9. uli_1515

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    I just checked out Goyemon and whats funny is if you click the where are we the google map comes up in Asian lettering.. Struck me funny.
     
  10. vegasbound

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    I think Goyemon and Sushi Mon are the best bets. My preference is Sushi Mon on Sahara. But since trying I Love Sushi in Henderson I've given up on AYCE. Quality over quantity wins hands down.
     
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