This restaurant, newly taken over by the Marriott, is a great spot for locals. I'm sure as word gets out, it's gonna be a local's fav. hot spot. There is an out door koi pond & window seats w/ views of waterfalls and ponds....it's absolutely beautiful! The menu's new too. I love their concept of social dining, lots of appetizer portioned dishes they call, 'Sharing Plates'. The rock shrimp crunch was a big hit at our table( citrus sweet n spicy). I loved the seafood ceviche too(very fresh tasting). They host a small selection of french/Japanese entres as well. The miriad of flavors in the surf n turf from the dining side(they also have a surf n turf in their Teppan Yaki menu) was exquisit! Our wine marinated Filet' Mignon and the Miso Glazed Salmon were cooked to perfection...oh and the Wasabi Mash Potatoes were a fun take off the traditional! The server was great. She was very knowledgeable and delivered service that balanced authentic Japanese style w/ western fine dining experience. We were well taken care of. The Chu Toro and Kanpachi nigiri we tried were great and so was the price(you've got go see that for yourself). The sushi chefs seemed very friendly. Even though we sat in the dining room they greeted us on our way in and out. If you've never been there or if it's been more than 2 mo. since you've been, I highly recommend going in to check them out. They've changed a lot...for the better!!!
6605 Las Vegas Blvd S Unit 147Las Vegas, NV 89119
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What a gem of a restaurant! I was visiting Vegas and wanted to go off the strip in search of some great sushi and boy did I find it! The chef is an absolute delight and takes great pride in his work. I thoroughly enjoyed all of his wonderful creations. Being from Vancouver, often the local sushi restaurants have great sushi but the decor and ambiance leave much to be desired. This is not the case for Kazuki Sushi. The restaurant itself is clean, cozy and has great decor including fantastic artwork and seating. I definitely felt like I was in a higher end restaurant but not paying outrageous prices. The owner is friendly, hospitable and treats everyone who walks in the door like a personal friend. He takes the time to get to know customers and really makes them feel at home. The restaurant is just off the strip in the southern highlands. If you're in Vegas and looking for some great, affordable sushi in a fun, comfortable setting, then take the short ride off the strip and head to Kazuki Sushi. You won't be disappointed.
Coming in from Cali every weekend the drive is a drag with nothing but fast food from ghost town exits. Kazuki Sushi is the only sushi restaurant you can find when you finally reach the first exit after stateline into vegas and last exit outta vegas before driving back to Cali. I actually look forward driving in from Cali and taking southern highlands pkwy exit, to have the AYCE sushi. OMG the rolls are amazing! If you dont know what to order, Just ask for half rolls, that way you can try as many rolls as you can possibly demolish. * FYI ... I have a sensitive stomach, but Kazuki in Southern Highlands has never given me the runs nor bloating!!! Most AYCE places gives you the sh*ts !!! NOT KAZUKI. The fish is sooooo fresh!! Yums!!! Can't wait til Friday! Will be thinking about Kazuki the entire drive in. Then Kazuki before driving out Sunday. All fellow Californians, trust me, Kazuki sushi will make your drive in and out of Cali worth your time. You wont be disappointed.