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Get Ready for Performance and Japanese Fare at Sake Rok

The restaurant at The Park combines Japanese food and a show

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Sake Rok
Sake Rok
Amelinda B Lee

Sake Rok
Address: The Park, 3782 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Phone: 702-706-3022
Status: Open Sunday through Thursday from noon to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to late

Head to the streets of Tokyo at the new Sake Rok, now open at The Park. The Japanese restaurant promises to be part culinary experience and part impromptu performance with an "outlandish and alluring master of ceremonies," interactive servers who get guests to take part in dance parties, battles and lip-sync serenades and deejays and theatrical vignettes.

On the menu, find chef Bobby Silva’s take on Japanese favorites. Look for tuna tataki with crispy garlic, avocado, coriander and a citrus soy sauce as well as a crispy rice topped with spicy tuna, serrano pepper, coriander with a ponzu drizzle, both part of the small plates menu. Entrees include Rok chicken with a crispy bok choy, sweet potato puree and spicy teriyaki sauce; a pan seared scallops dish served with seasonal root vegetables and Yuzu soy butter sauce; and dry-aged New York strip with broccoli, shiitake mushroom and a wasabi demi-glace.

Of course sushi rolls make an appearance, including the 49th State roll with king crab, cucumber, avocado and salmon; The Colorful roll with spicy shrimp, cucumber, mango, avocado, mango salsa and tempura flakes; and the "Fancy" Wagyu beef maki roll with asparagus, heart of palm and wasabi topped with a sherry reduction.

Super hungry? The Godzilla platter features six specialty rolls and 10 pieces of chef’s choice nigiri and sashimi.

On the cocktail menu, look for Sake Sangria, shareable punch bowls and sake bombs with private-label sake.

Below, the entire menu.

Sake Rok Menu

Sake Rok

6 Park Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 706-3022

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