4480 S Paradise Rd Ste 900, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.108943 -115.152153
Sunday To Thursday From 05:30 PM To 04:00 AM Friday To Saturday From 05:30 PM To 06:00 AM
Excellent! – This was a terrific place to eat. We went there knowing nothing of sushi and never have eaten it before. The chef's there are masters. You tell them if you have any allergies and any likes or dislikes (I don't like spicy food) and they whip up a magical wonder of palate tickling dishes that make you wish you had a bigger stomach. It was incredible. So many things I thought I'd never eat and now I can't wait to go back and get more. One of the highlights of our vacation! Cheers Nick!
Do you really think they are Japanese??? – Korean's have been fooling the public for years with their "imitation" Japanese. They even wear a Japanese headband, and speak the few Japanese words as you enter and exit.
Do not be fooled by the Korean scam!!
Osaka is #!, and always will be.
Fantastic Sushi!!! – So I was craving sushi at 2:30a.m. and was out with a friend who had never had sushi before, after deciding to be adventurous we looked up "late night sushi las vegas" on my handy dandy blackberry and up pops Kaizen Fusion. We were right around the corner from their perfect and easily accessible location. Once inside the vibe was hip yet still authentic. We sat at the sushi bar, which is the best place to sit, and received excellent service from the start. The menu is abundent, and has beginner items to adventurously exotic, with the prices remaining reasonable. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Not that into sushi? Try this place – Really good place for who and just introduced to sushi or people who don't like raw fish, TRY THIS PLACE!!!!!!
Best Fusion sushi bar
Sake Bomb – I get off work and stop by Kaizen for there happy
hour. 12am-4am. My friends and i do sake bomb
and the food is great
No good – this restaurant sushi chef was korean not japanese all korean lol
and they don't know how to make sushi
Worst Sushi Ever?????????????? – JUST LEFT Kaizen Sushi- Left my dinner to owner/chef Danny. Sushi, sashimi, rolls....so mediocre it hurts...until I got the bill...then it destgryed me....$162 for absolutly HORRIBLE sushi. Chef told me it was fresh..it wasn't..it was just totally mediocre...Nobu is across the street. If you want to spend this kind of money...go there..or ANYWHERE else. Don't believe me...you've been warned!!!! You need to know this before you go HORRIBLE RIPOFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Failed the chef test – As a chef I was excited to go here based soley on the reviews I read. To say I was unimpressed is an understatement. I went with a open mind and 20 years of kitchen experiance yet was taken aback by how filthy the open kitchen was. No Sushi case for the fish whatsoever meaning they consistantly hold at the wrong temp. I also observed the dirty cooks wiping there hand on they're chef coats and scratching they're face before touching raw fish!
I ate my Tempura of no flavor for fear the sashimi would make me sick!. Once again people associate ambiance with good food! Not the case here............Just bad food served by a pretty staff that does not care as long as they keep getting money. What
a shame because I was looking forward to good sushi....
A Hidden Gem! – Kaizen is tucked away in a strip mall across from the Hard Rock. I'd imagine most tourists don't get to experience it because it isn't inside a casino, and it doesn't say much from the outside. However, the interior is really nice! casual, but not a dump! cozy, but se x y! the food is also espectacular. I loved the baked rolls! I can't remember everything I tried but everything was delicious!! The Lychee martini was great, and all their TyKu cocktails and shots are good! the staff is also very friendly!! We try to go back every time we are in vegas!
Great Place – This place rocks! The food is tops for Japanese. They have an ecletic menu, with a good selection of sushi and sake. Plus it is a great place to eat before going to the Hard Rock Hotel across the street.
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