Sushi >Sushi Roku At Caesars Palace
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.115778 -115.172963
Mon - Sun 4pm - 6pm
Lunch & Dinner:
Sun - Thu 12pm - 10pm
Fri - Sat 12pm - 11pm
This popular Caesar's Palace sushi spot is even moreso during the daily Red Sun happy hour (4-7pm Sun-Thu, 4-6 Fri & Sat), when sake is $3, well drinks are $5, champagne is $6, and nearly 30 sushi rolls, appetizers (try the kobe meatballs and baked cod miso in lettuce cups), and even desserts can be had for $2-$6.
Sushi at it's best ( No promotion I am from California) – I actually was here the day before the great Japan earthquake & tsunami 2011. :-(
BUT the Sushi here is/was well managed. Everything was fresh (important to me) and there, with employees, was pride in the arts of making a great experience.
This place is opened nearly all the time (regardless of other reviews) and should be approached from the very north end of Caesars... across for the Venetian... If you enter from the front In the South of Caesars ... you will walk for a mile and see many other sushi establishments that would not work .. not to mention any other attractions
Sushi Roku is a place I will go out of my way for Sushi in the future when in Las Vegas.
I really hope you see the quality of service and food as I did there... enjoy.
Anyway... it is worth seeking out... with a date or not. Highly recommend this place.
Omakase forever – `Omakase` normally means you're sitting at a sushi bar, letting the chef choose delicious things for you to eat. At Sushi Roku it means you've opted to submit yourself to some of their best food with an extremely slick presentation. A breakdown of my most recent meal;
0 Course: complimentary chamagne; added water and plum wine to the drink roster as well. (Their plum wine is delicious, don't miss it.)
1st course: fresh scallop / tuna belly / foie gras wrapped in yellowtail. This last item deserves special note, easily being one of the most delicious things I've had the privledge to eat.
2nd course: light salad with slices of sea bass, ginger dressing.
3rd course: very thinly sliced pieces of halibut, a dab of spicy daikon on each. Looked unusual as I wasn't familiar with the slicing technique. Delicious.
4th: blackened, baked cod - so tender it flaked apart at the touch. First impression was astonishment that an upscale sushi place would sell cod, one of the most common seaside fish in the world. Whatever they did to this fish has made me a fan for life. It couldn't top the foie gras / yellowtail, but it certainly gave a mighty try.
5th: `volcano cake` (warm chocolate cake with liquid chocolate filling) for dessert.
I'm already planning a visit on my next trip to Vegas. If you love sushi, go to Sushi Roku. If you want to avoid the crowds and scene-folk, go on a Monday or Tuesday. The place was very open at 7pm but filled up quickly after dark.
Fantastic Sushi, Japanese Contemporary design, comfortable seating, strip view, great service – I was so impressed with the design of this resturante. Comfortable raised leather booths, strip views and not a bad seat in the house. The food was fresh, clean with beautiful presentation. Take your time, no one is rushing you. Sip that Saki and enjoy every bite. I will eat at this resturante everytime I visit Vegas.
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Wonderful meal-Good Vegan /Vegetarian Options – I ate at Sushi Roku in September 2008. My husband is a vegan and it is often difficult to find suitable options for him and sometimes staff treats us poorly as we ask a lot of questions. We had a great experience at Sushi Roku. The staff pointed out multiple options for the husband and recommended ways to modify certain dishes to ensure that they were vegan and they were happy to do so. Most people seem aggravated but they smiled and were so pleasant about it. I had a great meal myself with chicken teriyaki but my husband was in love with their food (although I cannot remember what he had). The staff made the restaurant a great option and we will certainly visit again. The food was also priced reasonably and the drinks were decent.
Not terribly memorable – Honestly, I've tasted better. It's not bad like Smith's Food King or Costco bad. But it's OK. Large dining area makes it nice to dine. Large windows overlooking strip. Trendy, modern decor. But aside from that, food is good, but OK.
Check out the lunch specials – Ate here for lunch recently. I had the assorted sushi sampler and a spicy tuna roll. The meal came with miso soup - - all for $19! The fish was delicious and the service was attentive and quick.
Excellent food and service! – WOW! This place rocks! Last night we had awesome service and incredible food! It was a HAUL from the monorail, but well worth it. By far, one of the best meals I have ever had. I went with a party of four. We started with a sake sampler (highly recommend) and ordered the chef's special for $90. What a great deal! Lots of things I never would have ordered, but everything I ate was delicious! There was a foie gras to die for and a killer sea bass with yuzu butter that I will dream about for time to come. For the prices on the menu, this was a spectacular deal and phenomenal quality. Others in my party ordered a la carte. Their food was also good, but they envied my 6 courses. Dinner was not cheap - $500 without tip, but it was memorable and yummy! If you have the funds and the appetite, I would suggest this restaurant for sure!
The Titan roll rocks! – My mom and I went to Sushi Roku last night and had a great time. The service was excellent. I didn't have to ask for anything. They cleared plates quickly, keep cocktails coming before the current one was empty. Checked back just to check back. The Sushi Chefs were personable and very quick. Atmosphere is pretty much standard for trendy Vegas restaurants. Modern and funky. I recommend the Titan roll and the Shima. The Titan was $26 but that is to be expected in Vegas nowadays (Lobster and Steak lunch for $6.99 anyone?). The bar was packed with people generally hanging out and not exactly sitting down for dinner. We lucked out not having a reservation and sat at the sushi bar less than 10 minutes after getting there. The bartender was extremely nice as well. She was quick and friendly.
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