So went to the NEW buffet in Caesars. WOW! 40.00 for dinner at 4:02 pm. This would be after standing in line almost 30 minutes. Then we stood in another line for almost 20 minutes for a table. It is WAY too small, the music is simply AWFUL and DREADFUL, if I wanted to go to a night club I would, it is SO loud we are yelling at each other to talk, and I have no idea what kind of music it is, some kind of 20 something nightclub music. Yes the food was lovely, but at fourty dollars no lobster tails, what the hell? Very hard and modern with millions of dollars of glass. Even with the buffet pass for 24 hours it was an additional 15 dollars per person to the people in line with us. I DO NOT recommend this, it was novel but only if yo have nothing better to do with 50 dollars after tax and tip. The decor is hard and does NOT fit Caesars and the price is nuts. I want lobster tails. Plus when addes with the incredabley loud music and terrible decor, give this a big MISS! Everyone we stood in line with agreed. I mean after standing in line almost an hour with these people we all talked. Out of the 12 of us, none will be back. It is NOT handicap friendly AT ALL. We had my elderly Mom, she was miserable by the time we got in there. Not a bench, seat, nothing. Save your money and go elsewhere!!!!
6605 Las Vegas Blvd S Unit 147Las Vegas, NV 89119
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Absolutely fantastic sushi! I came here for dinner with an old friend who frequents this establishment a few times a week. He did all the ordering…
My wife and I have eaten at Sen probably thirty or forty times. We don't keep going back because it isn't good. No, it is not cheap, but you can't get exotic fish flown in from Tokyo for "all you can eat" prices. Chef Hiro Nakano is amazing. Yes, he was the Head Chef at Nobu. Nobu is great, but I would take Sen any time over Nobu. His black Cod is to die for. Then there is the head sushi chef. Amazing. I have eaten Sushi and Sashimi in Tokyo and San Fran, so I have more than Vegas to compare the quality. The fun thing is I am a traditionalist. I like the best sashimi and I want to try every good fish on the planet. Sen's variety of fresh fish is unmatched in Vegas. I order my sashimi Omakasie. My wife likes the fusion sashimi. So ever other time we go we tell the sushi chef who is the boss that night and they make us either traditional or fusion depending on which one of is the boss. Booblehead2 must work for the competition.
I originally had a reservation at one of the high-end restaurants in Vegas but because of bad traffic to Vegas, we couldn't make the reservation. So, we looked for a place to eat that was open late and found this Japanese Izakaya style restaurant. And I'm glad that we missed the reservation :)I love Tapas style small plate dishes and we got to try so many different food, which were all sooo good! People who worked there and the majority of customers were Japanese (which is always a good sign:) and I felt like I was dining at one of the hip Izakata in Tokyo.
I've officially had the best & freshest sushi that I've ever had in my life! I highly recommend the 8-second bull ride roll that has wagyu beef and white truffle essence that really just goes above and beyond in what I can express with words alone. Plus the staff at Zenshin are so friendly and very helpful with all my questions. Gotta try the happy hour too! So many good things packed into this corner restaurant inside the South Point casino. Will definitely be back again and again for more!!
This location is close to my house. I tried the tofu teriyaki bowl this time around. Tofu takes on the flavor of what it is cooked with. This tells me that Teriyaki Madness does not cook their tofu with any food, it is seared by its self and added to the bowl. It tastes like nothing and has the texture of scrambled eggs. Not what I was expecting or wanting. I will not be ordering this again.
Excellent place to eat. Different types of home made tofu is excellent with the different condiments to go along with it. Steak melts in your mouth. Make sure you make a reservation before going since the restaurant is small and people just take their time to savor he food. Little pricey but worth it! My family loved the atmosphere and delicious food.
The sushi is always fresh, and the grill Chefs give a great show. Very kid friendly too. Been there 6 times, and always have a super meal. Also, the venue makes for polite conversation with other guests at your area. The staff are always just around the corner checking on your every need. This restaurant is a must go for both locals and visitors.
Stopped in to fill a late night ramen craving while in Las Vegas. Restaurant has a small number of tables as well as counter seating. Lots of ramen option and rice bowl options. Something for everyone. Enjoyed their tonkatsu ramen. Got one soy and one miso and one with thick noodles and one thin. Also enjoyed their kimchi bowl.
I would give this place 5 star as it's the best japanese joint in town, very busy though but the service is not up there.I recommend the gizzards and the grilled squid.I've been coming here for years and every time it's outstanding.
The service there is exceptional. The best sushi and seafood buffet in town. Would definitely be going back. They have a variety of seafood and sushi. I never really had bad service while visiting. The atmosphere was invigorating.