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Nov 26, 2009 09:13 AM

Sushi Dinner (Las Vegas)

Hi there,
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!

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  1. If you don't need a private room, I'd recommend Sen of Japan, particularly because of the gracious service. They also have a nice mix of traditional and innovative dishes. It's a favorite of many posters here.

    5 Replies
    1. 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)

      Thanks again!

      1. re: Bellavino

        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.

        1. re: Dave Feldman

          This is a great start for what I am looking for - Thank you so much!

          Any other suggestions woud be greatly appreciated!

        2. re: Bellavino

          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, 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.

          1. re: LVI

            That's exactly my take on things. But sometimes when you have a hankering for sushi, nothing else will do.