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$15 for $30 Worth of Korean Barbecue and Japanese Fare
The sushi menu includes more than 25 types of nigiri ($4.50–$6.50) and 72 different maki rolls, such as the deep-fried Vegas roll stuffed with eel, spicy tuna, cream cheese, and avocado ($10.50). For the hot menu, visitors can cook their own Korean barbecue beef short rib ($19.95), pork belly ($16.95), or chicken ($16.95), or Japanese shabu shabu hot pots ($18.95) at personal tabletop grills.
Sura Korean Restaurant
Sura Korean Restaurant's master chef, Paul Kim, gives diners the opportunity to make their own Korean barbecue on personal tabletop grills. At granite-topped tables, fresh veggies go for a dip in shabu shabu hot pots, a traditional Japanese fondue of lemon ponzu or sesame dipping sauce, and savory slices of barbecue pork or beef brisket sizzle on metal grates. The dining room sports sleek, modern decor punctuated by dark-wood chairs.