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Kaiseki Yuzu

5 out of 5 stars
Kaiseki Yuzu
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Set in a nondescript Henderson strip mall, chef Kaoru Azeuchi is quietly cooking some of the best Japanese food—scratch that, best food—in Las Vegas. Here, the veteran chef, who once served the island’s emperor, focuses on kaiseki dining, a Japanese tradition obsessed with seasonality where every bite of the ten-dish menu is inherently of the moment, made with ingredients only currently available. It’s a labor-intensive style of cooking that requires reservations at least three days in advance, but diners reap the rewards, embarking on an edible journey that’s fantastic and fleeting, a culinary revelation that changes with every visit.


Venue name: Kaiseki Yuzu
Address: 1310 E Silverado Ranch Blvd
Las Vegas

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