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Low roller sushi

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by drewskijones, Jun 21, 2016.

  1. drewskijones

    drewskijones Tourist

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    I'd like to eat some sushi and drink some saki bombers on my upcoming trip. The best looking place Ive seen on the internet so far is Bocho Sushi near downtown. Is there anything on the strip that won't break the bank?
     
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  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    What is your budget?
     
  3. mescalita

    mescalita Low-Roller

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    Can't help you with sushi on the strip, but Bocho is pretty damn good.....
     
  4. siroisjm8

    siroisjm8 Tourist

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    RA Sushi in the fashion show mall is pretty good. They have excellent happy hour deals.
     
  5. Edserv

    Edserv Low-Roller

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    Grand Wok at MGM. First place I tried sushi a long time ago. Been back many times! The restaurant overlooks the casino- nice atmosphere. Last trip we tried the Philadelphia Rolls (they have cream cheese in them) and thought they were awesome.
    Funny story... I had just filled the little bowl with soy sauce and picked up one of the rolls with my chop sticks to dip into the soy sauce. Lost the handle on the roll and it dropped into the soy sauce perfectly spraying my brand new white shirt with a million little black dots. My daughter and I thought this was hysterical and couldn't stop laughing. My wife didn't see the humor in it. Oh well.
     
  6. PlanetMark

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    Katsuya at SLS has a happy hour. Sushi + Cocktails included, its is later afternoon / early evening time...

    Mark
     
  7. HighButNotRolling

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    Try the all you can eat sushi at jjanga (decatur near spring mtn) or kaya (spring mountain)...you should be able to more than get your moneys worth and quality is high. They are both open really late too. Just be careful kaya can be bisy during peak dinner hours
     
  8. drewskijones

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    Im talking about sushi rolls that cost no more than $15
     
  9. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Then definitely try Grand Wok at MGM Grand. Its good food, on the Strip, and in that budget
     
  10. Sallymander

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    If you're Downtown try Red Sushi at the Golden Nugget...they have 2 Happy Hours: 4-6 and a late night one (hours not posted, but they close at 11:00 pm).
    Sake Bombs for $2 (need I say more?)...majority of rolls in the $6-$8 range. Even their regular menu is reasonable.
     
  11. drewskijones

    drewskijones Tourist

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    Wow that sounds like a really good deal. Hopefully I will get to check one of these places out.
     
  12. drewskijones

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    Thanks for the replies. I learned of some new places. Stay tuned for the TR.
     
  13. abraxis

    abraxis Low-Roller

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    I remember Rice and Co. In the Luxor being reasonably priced and i enjoyed it a lot both times i went there. If you play myvegas, they've got a coupon for them as well.
     
  14. Mrs. K.

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    Love Bocho. Sushi Roku has a great happy hour, as does Katsuya. I had decent cheap sushi at Chin Chin once,
     
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    spicole Low-Roller

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    sconnie Downtown Kinda Guy

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    Downtown, MSS 777 had good and reasonable sushi.
     
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  17. Aces and Eights

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    I'll be the third person to suggest Grand Wok at MGM Grand.