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Yui Edomae Sushi

Yui edomae sushi would be among the top 5 sushi restaurants in any city anywhere outside of Japan. Second-generation sushi chef, Gen Mizoguchi was the original Chef at Kabuto. He opened his authentic edomae restaurant a few blocks east of Kabuto. 


What they are saying about Yui Edomae Sushi


“Where serious sushi lovers come for Vegas’s best off-strip omakase” – Bon Appetit Magazine

“The 12 Most Authentic Sushi Restaurants in America” Men’s Journal Magazine

“Tiny jewel box of a sushi restaurant serves up some of the best fish in the country” Forbes Magazine

Yui Edomae Sushi is a highly-rated Japanese restaurant located in Las Vegas Chinatown. The restaurant is a small, minimalistic space that offers a traditional Japanese dining experience with a focus on quality and authenticity. The chef at Yui Edomae Sushi is dedicated to his craft, and each piece of sushi that comes out of his kitchen is like a work of art. The restaurant prides itself on using only the freshest ingredients, with fish flown in from Japan every day to ensure the highest quality.

One of the highlights of Yui Edomae Sushi is its premium Omakase menu. This menu includes a variety of dishes, including appetizers, soup, and a charcoal plate with A5 Miyazaki wagyu and rarely-seen fish from Japan. The focus of the Omakase experience is on allowing the chef to showcase his skills and creativity, with each dish carefully crafted to complement the flavors of the others.

The ambiance of Yui Edomae Sushi is simple and minimalistic, allowing the cuisine to speak for itself. The restaurant is small and intimate, with a limited number of seats. However, despite its size, Yui Edomae Sushi has received rave reviews on sites like TripAdvisor, with customers praising the quality of the food and the authentic Japanese dining experience.

In addition to its high-end culinary offerings, Yui Edomae Sushi is also known for its traditional Japanese Omotenashi service. This type of service focuses on making the customer feel welcome and comfortable, with a strong emphasis on attention to detail and personalized service.

Overall, Yui Edomae Sushi in Las Vegas Chinatown is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for an authentic Japanese dining experience. With its focus on quality, authenticity, and attention to detail, it offers a unique and memorable culinary experience that is sure to delight even the most discerning of foodies.

Located in the Arville Plaza at the corner of Arville and Spring Mountain Rd.

About Omakase:

Omakase is a unique and highly personalized dining experience that originated in Japan and has gained popularity around the world. The term “omakase” means “I’ll leave it up to you” or “trust the chef,” which perfectly sums up the essence of this culinary adventure.

In an omakase meal, the chef curates a customized, multi-course menu based on the freshest and highest quality ingredients available that day. The meal usually includes sushi and sashimi, but can also feature other traditional Japanese dishes such as tempura, grilled meats or vegetables, and soup.

One of the key elements of omakase is the attention to detail that the chef brings to each dish. From the quality of the ingredients to the presentation of the food, every aspect is carefully considered. The chef takes into account your preferences, any dietary restrictions or allergies, and the seasonal availability of ingredients, to create a unique and personalized dining experience.

In addition to showcasing their culinary skills, the chef will also often incorporate artistic elements into the presentation of the dishes. Unique and beautiful tableware is used to enhance the visual appeal of the food, making it a feast for both the eyes and the taste buds.

While omakase can be a pricier option for dining out, it’s an excellent choice for special occasions or for those who truly appreciate the art of food. It’s a cultural experience that allows you to savor the best of Japanese cuisine while trusting the expertise of the chef.

Additional Details

  • Take Out:No
  • Delivery:No
  • Gender Neutral Restrooms:No
  • Has Pool Table:No
  • Caters:No
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  • Waiter Service:No
  • Has TV:No
  • Smoking:No
  • Coat Check:No
  • Happy Hour:No
  • Alcohol:No
  • Good For Dancing:No
  • Noise Level:Low
  • Attire:Casual
  • Good for Kids:No
  • Bike Parking:No
  • Accepts Bitcoin:No
  • Accepts Apple Pay:No
  • Accepts Android Pay:No

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5.0/ 5

The best sushi/omakase restaurant in Vegas right now. It was a blessing to get a booth table for Saturday night. A hostess welcomed us and checked our reservation after walking inside. The restaurant itself was quite small, with just three booths and one bar seat facing the sushi chef. Around seven people could sit at the bar, with a 6-foot social distance. All the servers and chefs wore masks and kept with covid precautions. It’s time for the food!! We opted for the most expensive omakase course ($210/person) and honestly if you’re going to go to an omakase where you’re getting a high-quality experience of delicious food, splurge a lot and get the highest omakase, you won’t be disappointed. The presentation was stunning, and the fish, wagyu, and seafood were excellent. Everything I tasted melted in my mouth. Every bite was like a dance party for my tongue. I loved the different cuts of toro, especially Oh-Toro. Those chunks of tuna with the most fat were absolutely heavenly. Another one was the blowfish. Having never eaten blowfish before, I didn’t have any expectations, but I was pleasantly surprised by how delicious it was. I definitely had to include the wagyu in my top five! Before we got to eat the wagyu on the grill platter part of the omakase, the chef brought a thick slab of wagyu to the table and our server explained a little about it. The marbling on the meat was stunning. My mouth was again filled with butter-like tenderness from the pork. Next was the Hokkaido Uni. I am loving that rich, creamy uni! (Separate our nigiri plate from our omakase) Omg, it’s so good. In comparison to the Santa Barbara Uni, this Hokkaido Uni is definitely different. There was no weird smell or bad aftertaste, and it tasted so fresh. Last but not least, I loved the three types of Toro topped with Caviar. It was love at first sight for me. The flavors blended so well together. Saltiness from the caviar with fatty textures from the Toro. It was delicious. My overall experience at this restaurant was truly magical. The service was terrific, the food was outstanding, and the portions were reasonable. You’ll experience the best of the best and leave feeling satisfied and full. Can’t wait to return.

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