Sushi Dinner (Las Vegas)
- Bellavino Nov 26, 2009 09:13 AM
I know this topic has probably been covered before but I wasnt able to find a list for a group.
I am planning a sushi dinner for my wedding for about 10-12 people and was looking for suggestions of where to go. I am definatly open to on or off the strip. It doesnt have to be fancy or anything like that but quality is definatly a factor.
Any suggestions would be fantastic!
Thanks in advance!
re: Dave Feldman
That looks like something we could work with! Thanks!
What are the prices like? Are they fairly reasonalbe??
Would they be busy on a weeknight or would it be fairly easy to get a reso for a larger party on a few days notice??
How far away from the strip is this? (Just so I could tell people what to expect when they cab or drive there)
The prices are higher than average but noticeably less expensive than most Strip Japanese, Nobu, etc. The drive is 10-15 minutes from the Strip -- a pricey cab ride but an easy drive. I'd definitely call for a reservation, even on a weeknight. I've never been there with a group larger than 6, but I'm sure they'll try to accommodate you.
I'm sure there must be a place that has a private space for a group that size -- maybe someone else can help.
I have a friend of mine who lives literally around the corner from Sen. He goes there twice a week. Recently he has lamented about the lack of traffic. My feeling is that if you plan, you will easily beable to get a party of 10-12 in htere no problem. I had a party of 8 get seated at the sushi bar back in September on a Friday night.
My $.02 on sushi in Las Vegas...Sen is pretty much as good as all the others. Okada, Nobu...no matter the venue, Sen is as good. HOWEVER, depending on where you are from, I have not found a sushi place in Las Vegas that is worthy or repeat visits. That's not saying it is bad (as a matter of fact I liked it alot) I just do not think the quality is anywhere as good as what I am able to get at home (NYC Metro are). So if I am with a group that has their mind set on sushi, Sen it is. Otherwise there are a host of more exciting and better quality restaurants to visit.