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(702) 914-8821



6125 S Fort Apache Rd Ste 200, Las Vegas, NV 89148

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Regular Hours

Mon - Sat

11:30 am - 2:00 am


11:30 am - 11:00 pm

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Other Information

Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Barbecue, Sushi, Steakhouse

Wi-Fi: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Full Bar

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

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  • You can feel it!

    Gotta find a time and go again!! how passionate the servers and chefs are. I really enjoy my food and experience there. I was recommended by my friend since he bought coupon for Geisha naked sushi event before, and he enjoyed it.
    I did not go to their naked sushi party, but I did try their hibachi dinner. What a big surprise! I did not expect that the chef had a lot of tricks as they were cooking the food. He is a really funny guy, and also a professional chef. I love the filet mignon and the lobster pieces. I only tried its creamy horse roll, which inside had some cheese and spicy tuna, but I have already fell in love with their rolls. Every roll seems to have its own style and taste, so I must go back there and try all their rolls. yumyum


    this place is fantasticoo! The geisha steak and sushi has been around for a while now, there are 3 locations, but this one is on the south side, its not too hard to find, and its in a great plaza, super quiet, not alot going on. Inside is super clean, and you get greeted by almost everyone, The chefs are great, and you get what you pay for. They give you a good portion of food, and the sake is BOMB!

  • One of those hidden treasures the tourists will never find.

    What I like best is the staff, especially Ben. I can't remember a friendlier chef. And skilled, too. He has been learning the art of sushi making from his father since he was five. Now at 20 years old he has shown the makings of a great master. But more importantly, he has shown a genuine desire to make friends and show his guests a good time.
    The place itself is pretty nice as well. The decor is modern and still very new feeling, and the room is spacious. I doubt at full capacity anyone would feel crowded. There is a long sushi bar at one end, a regular bar at the other. The center is filled with tasteful tables and a island for guests to sit and enjoy what looked to be a Mongolian BBQ type meal. But I was interested in the sushi, and the 50% off lunch special, so over to see Ben I went.
    The fish is very good, which is important. The rice is not my favorite in town but still decent, and I admit I am something of a snob when it comes to sushi rice. Interestingly, he makes a variety of different rolls I have not seen much around here, with wonderfully complex flavors and textures. I especially recommend the Geisha roll, but be warned that the super specialty rolls are not covered by the lunch special. Still it was the nigiri that impressed me most, artfully made, just the right size and ratio.
    Speaking of price, I am amazed at how inexpensive everything was. Even without the lunch deal most rolls are about $4, a bargain for their size and flavor. The super rolls get on around $10, about what a lesser one would cost you on the strip.
    All in all it was very satisfying and I will be going back, often. It's a little slow right now, but once people start to realize it's there... well I just hope Ben remembers me and can slip me a seat at the bar.

  • Great for ANYDAYor EVERYDAY

    This place is Best place in Las Vegas for shabu-shabu or SUKIYAKI! My boyfriend n I go there at least 2-3 times a week...its so addicting, so healthy, and flavorful!!! it is such a fun experience! The MUSIC is great...the service is good a little shy i think (but they just open so i understand)...the place is sometimes empty im guessing beacuse a lot of people here in vegas dont know a lot about SHABU SHABU.....but when they open the sushi bar that will help!

  • Good value

    Delicious tasting food...better prices than other shabu shabu I've had in Las Vegas...had to ask for help too many times instead of being offered help with the cooking, etc....horrible music (they played ""hip hop"" loudly which is a total disconnect for a Shabu Shabu teens liked that part even if I didn't.

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