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Best sushi on the Vegas Strip/ Bardot or DB Brasserie?

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Looking for Strip only, won't have a car and just love casinos so ill be spending my time there. Good, fresh sushi is most important. Enviroment is part of it but I'm going with my sister who loves sushi. We've both been battling major illnesses for years and have never taken a trip together. I really want her to be blown away by it. I can't imagine any of the major Strip places are lousy. Thinking Mizumi, Sushi Roku at Caesars, Nobu.

 

Also, wondering if Bardot is as good as the reviews? I wish we had the money for something like Robuchon but don't. DB looks 'French' to me, and I'm leery of Mina restaurants after Stripsteak.

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I'm sure that David Ross will reply soon, but I wanted to get my two cents in while I was here.

 

If you absolutely must stay on the Strip, I'd opt for Mizumi. However, if you're willing to invest in a relatively short cab ride, I'd recommend Kabuto, on W. Spring Mountain Rd.


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My friend, John Curtas, aka Eating Las Vegas website and the author of Eating Las Vegas 2016, tells me that Kabuto is his top choice for sushi, followed by Sushi Hiroyshi Japanese Cuisine, Goyemon Sushi House and Sushi Mon.  On the Strip I would avoid Nobu.  Yes it would be very good but given the prices, I think as good if not better sushi can be had elsewhere.  On the Strip John tells me he prefers Shibuya at the MGM and Yellowtail at Bellagio.

 

Bardot Brasserie is getting good reviews, but I'd go to DB Brasserie at The Venetian.  Yes, it's a classic French brasserie but is getting good reviews and Chef Vincent Poussel came over from many years at Aureole in Mandalay Bay.  I've never been to Robuchon, held back by the price, but I've dined at L'Atelier next door.  Still expensive but a wonderful opportunity to savor Robuchon's food at a manageable price point, for Las Vegas.

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Thank you! I hear the reviews of Bardot but just not sure of another Mina place after Stripsteak. Doesn't have any real French roots. Yeah I don't think I'd have actually tried Nobu unless someone else paid. But I want to impress my sister who is sort of picky but loves sushi. And I haven't tried any in Vegas. Don't need novelty just want the freshest perfectly prepared fish. Like Gollum:) DB would be a good choice it looks like. 

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