October 18, 2019

Kame Omakase

With only two seatings a night, accommodating only eight guests for an intimate affair. We were extremely fortunate to secure seats with no prior notice. Our party of four were immensely grateful for the experience. The Omakase menu packs a punch at $195 per person, but it was worth every penny. We gorged on decadent delights, the freshest fish and simply stellar A-5 Wagu.

Over the course of two hours, you'll be whisked away on a tremendous journey from coast to coast and around the globe. The menu varies day to day, but more than 20 dishes are showcased. It is truly a treat. Especially since the new location is minutes from the strip or a $10 Lyft, it's easy find for locals and visitors.

From my first bite of foie gras of the sea, to the aromatic broth with rare mushrooms and omelet, delicate lobster sashimi, buttery briny uni, the sesame chocolate cake and everything in between is carefully crafted for pure enjoyment. I typically dislike traditional staples like soy sauce and ginger, but even those were unlike anything I've tried before.

And for the real stunner, I mean. Oh my my!

And last, but not least.

Gluttony at its finest. Truly.

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