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Of course there is no shortage of great food in Las Vegas, but this place is different. First of all it is not on The Strip, so it is not accessible unless you know about it. It's in a... Full review →
Off-Strip Japanese spot draws in-the-know locals (including celeb chefs like seafood maven Rick Moonen) with a menu that extends far beyond sushi.
If you're an adventurous foodie devoted to dining with the insiders, hail a cab and seek out Raku, a small Japanese grill tucked discreetly in a strip mall a couple miles west of Las Vegas Boulevard.
If you're an adventurous foodie devoted to dining with the insiders, hail a cab and seek out Raku, a small Japanese grill tucked discreetly in a strip mall a couple miles west of Las Vegas Boulevard. Full review →
Seating is at a premium in this dimly lit strip-mall robata, where, at 6 pm sharp, doors open for small-plate offerings of creamy house-made tofu. Full review →
Get past the run-down Strip mall location on the west side of town and you'll find one of the most interesting, unique, and purely divine restaurants in all of Las Vegas. Full review →
Vegas locals and visitors frequent this tiny, unassuming Japanese restaurant, which has become a late-night stop for even the toniest of Strip chefs. Full review →
When he’s running the kitchen at Aria’s creative seafood house American Fish, chef Sven Mede stays focused on highlighting the ocean’s treasures. Full review →
On the outskirts of Chinatown, this Japanese robata-style charcoal grill is a tasty journey. Full review →
Endo’s multiple-award-winning eaterie continues to be a favorite among all comers. Full review →
The focus is on robata—charcoal-grilled meats and vegetables—but the real treats are on the daily-changing chalkboard menu. Full review →
Japanese food "like you've never had before" is the province of this "cozy" West Side robata grill, which instills its "exquisite", "high-end" small plates (no sushi) with "bold, complex flavors." Full review →