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The Simplicity of Sushi Kame’s Design Offers the Backdrop for Out-of-This-World Dinners

The restaurant offers kaiseki and omakase experiences

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| Louiie Victa

A new Japanese restaurant in Chinatown promises high-end kaiseke and omakase dining experiences at the Lotus mixed-use building at the corner of Spring Mountain Road and Procyon Street. Sushi Kame debuts with multi-course, multi-hour dinners that diners need to reserve at least two weeks in advance.

The 3,295-square-foot space allocated an estimated construction budget of $490,656 for the buildout. Chefs Eric Kim of Kame Omakase fame on Lake Mead Boulevard, Hideki Tsujimoto, and Masaru Matsuura helm the kitchen that offers a $350 per person kaiseki dinner with an ever-changing menu, as well as $195 and $250 per person omakase experiences.

Of course, diners can order a la carte as well. SeongHa Lee, formerly of Tokyo365, created the cocktail menu.

Sushi Kame, 3616 Spring Mountain Road, Suite 103, 702-665-5731. Open Monday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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