Kabuto, the exceptional sushi restaurant in the same strip mall as Raku, on Spring Mountain Road near Decatur Boulevard, plans to reopen for takeout service on Friday, May 1. The restaurant closed on March 23, about a week after Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered all nonessential businesses, including dine-in restaurant, to temporarily shutter statewide.
While Kabuto became known for its omakase dinners featuring a changing menu of the best fish flown in from Tokyo, the restaurant instead will focus on four different dishes. San shoku don features blue fin tuna, yellowtail, and salmon on sushi rice for $25. Bara chirashi combines fresh fish and vegetables on well-seasoned rice for $26. Jo nigiri brings eight pieces of nigiri for the day for $28. Finally, futomaki for $16 combines salmon, yellowtail, anago, and vegetables.
The restaurant will only be open Fridays through Sundays from 5 to 9 p.m. Diners can call or text orders to 702-609-4113.
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