Eating at Kabuto was a wonderful dining and learning experience for my fiance and I. If you are truly a sushi/Japanese food enthusiast and am willing to pay $$$ for what you get, you must come to Kabuto!
We each ordered some à la carte items and the Nigiri Omakase, which includes an appetizer, ten pieces of sushi nigiri, hand roll, and dessert. Our chef was the general manager, he's such a knowledgeable man! He told us about the distinctive features of each fish, what his job entails, and funny stories. I'm so glad he was our chef!
Since we sat at the bar, we were up close to see how our sushi chef worked. He wasn't in a rush and we got to see the artistic side of how sushi is made. This made me appreciate my experience at Kabuto much more:
Last note: Finding this place was also a learning experience for us, you may get aggravated looking for it in the strip mall... Kabuto is there! AND it's important to make a reservation before coming in because Kabuto is a very …
If you are a hot dog fiend, I highly suggest checking out Dirt Dog! They specialize in gourmet bacon-wrapped hot dogs. They're originally from LA, recently opened shop here in Las Vegas and planning to open another location on The Strip:
For my 30th birthday, I decided to celebrate it for the entire month of November. Since I've reached this milestone in my life, why not spread out the celebration? Here are highlights of my birthday month: Cake, Cake, Cake
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Hawaii Trip '16
My family and I were in Hawaii for a bit. Being there for my birthday was not the primary reason though :p We had this 'ono (delicious) and authentic Hawaiian meal from Waiahole Poi Factory:
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