I like sushi, but the exorbitant prices and small portion sizes turned me off from getting sushi in Vegas, especially since I don't get comps. I remember going to the Mikado restaurant at the Mirage in the early 00's, and 2 pieces of mediocre tuna sushi cost 10 bucks, which left a sour taste in my mouth. My standards have also been unreasonably raised by the Taiko restaurant in Irvine, California, since while they might not have the finest sushi in the world, it's still fresh, the prices are reasonable (for a sushi bar), and the portion sizes are large (one of the Yelp reviews complained that the sushi was too large to fit into his/her mouth in one bite). Recently, I decided to put my old biases aside and got the omakase set at Yui Edomae Sushi, which is essentially the sister restaurant of Kabuto, for those of you that have heard of it. While the sushi was very tasty, I'll just say that it's a good thing that I did my research and prepared myself beforehand by eating a big lunch, because if I had been eating there on an empty stomach without having an inkling about the quantity of food served, I would have been dumbfounded. The size of each piece of sushi was not much larger than the size of my thumb, and my stomach was about as full as my car's gas tank would be on $5 worth of gas in California, even with a couple bottles of beer. So my question to those of you that get sushi in Vegas and pay for it completely out of pocket (and those that don't), is why? I would like to know.