Entering this austere room with its darkened vaulted ceiling, one feels instantly at ease—it's like joining a sophisticated nighttime picnic in an urban backyard. The first Las Vegas restaurant by star chef Masa Takayama is heaven for fans of Japanese cuisine. Takayama prepares the finest in fresh fish—only those that have been out of Japan’s coastal waters 24 hours or less will do. Inside Barmasa is a teppan eaterie, Tetsu, the first of its kind by Masa.
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at E Harmon Avenue|
|Opening hours:||5–11pm daily|
|Price:||Main courses $18–$78|