The chefs at Noodle ChaCha Asian Bistro enable guests to sample dishes that span the major Asian cuisines, crafting flavorful bowls of vietnamese pho, cantonese barbecue, and stir-fried rice topped with a choice of meat and veggies. Ramen noodles steep in a spicy korean kimchi broth, and curry sauces liven up rice dishes that were sadly burglarized of their confetti. The shop pairs dishes with fresh-fruit smoothies, tea, and a range of fruity bubble teas speckled with tapioca pearls.
Behind the sushi counter at Marssa, veteran sushi chef Kazuki Tozawa delicately carves up fresh seafood into unique creations as guests look on. One-of-a-kind fushion rolls include his hamachi fiesta, with crab meat, avocado, and tiger, which blends tempura shrimp with avocado, snow crab, spicy tuna, and sweet eel sauce. Authentic asian-fusion dishes include the pineapple miso salmon, which boasts seared miso that is marinated in Scottish salmon and pineapple chutney. Aside from seasonal fish that is flown in from around the world daily, guests can enjoy certified A5 wagyu New York strip steak. Marssa also offers a tasting menu and features homemade soy sauce.
With more than 45 years of history behind it, Osaka is run by a family who knows how to separate its business from the competitive Las Vegas restaurant scene. The formula requires award-winning chefs and and three distinct menus to appeal to as many sensibilities as possible. In addition to curry-kissed udon noodles and inventive makimono, Osaka's dishes also feature imported delicacies from Japan such as live surf clams, certified Kobe beef, and bonito.
And to mirror its menus' diversity, the staff has created three specific dining experiences to accommodate everything from peaceful, romantic dates to nights out with an energetic crew. A tatami room sets diners on traditional woven mats in a private setting surrounded by backlit Japanese screens. For live entertainment, there's watching the chefs' showy knife skills at work and even occasional music acts at the teppanyaki area and sushi bar.
Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi intersperses inventive sushi rolls with Japanese entrees, finger fare, and half a dozen sakes served hot or cold. A wood-framed, square sushi bar dominates the space, backed by an accent wall that captures the shimmering hues of a flame. Patrons can sidle up to the sushi bar to enjoy seaweed cylinders flung into their mouths directly from the chefs’ knife, or settle at a table along a chartreuse wall. In addition to using fresh fish, the restaurant's sushi selection reverses traditional rolls with ingredients such as Korean-style barbecue short rib or pickled pumpkin. Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi's chefs also think outside the cylinder as they whip up conical and spherical entrées of Asian-style barbecue and teriyaki accompanied by imported Asian beers and saketinis.
Inaka Sushi takes taste buds on a culinary exploration with a varied spread of Japanese cuisine. Like the diaries of many teenagers, the restaurant?s menu has an entire section set aside for sashimi, including Cajun albacore and hamachi. Skilled sushi chefs carve 20 different varieties behind the bar while culinary artists piece together hearty combination entrees in the back kitchen.