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Omakase at Yummy Grill & Sushi

For my postpartum treat, I returned back to Yummy Grill & Sushi for their omakase (leaving the selection to the chef).  Since it was a long time for me without eating raw seafood, it was quite overwhelming for me, but in a good way!  I felt like I was being reintroduced to my favorite cuisine again.  

If you're interested in trying Yummy's omakase, go to the restaurant in November because the new expanded area that will be opening is going to be exclusive to customers who will be ordering from the omakase menu!

We were served over 20 delicious foods.  The owner/chef who usually does the omakase was out of town so he trained his sushi chef, Steven, to do the preparing and presentation for him.  Chef Steven said the owner does a better job than him, but we assured him we were impressed with his presentation of the foods!

Appetizer- Cucumber salad topped with imitation crab

Takoyaki Tempura- octopus legs lightly fried in tempura batter in a house made soy-based sauce

Shigoku oysters topped with various colors of tobiko

Ankimo- Monkfish liver paired with ikura and lemon

Koshihikari Echigo Beer- Light, smooth, and refreshing!

Tai- Japanese Snapper sourced straight from Japan

Live abalone platter

Abalone cuts served fresh in-house

Fresh lobster platter prepared from a live lobster, garnished with lemon and topped with tobiko

Lobster sashimi up close

More lobster!

Lobster leg soup- uni cream based soup mixed with corn, bonito flakes, mushrooms, and potato

Lobster miso soup- The lobster just keeps on coming!

Otoro (bluefin tuna) nigiri sourced from Spain

Madai (seabream) nigiri garnished with homemade soy sauce and fresh ginger

Fresh mirugai (geoduck) nigiri

Maguro zuke (tuna) nigiri topped with a dab of fresh wasabi

Kamashita otoro nigiri and sashimi

Aji (horse mackerel) nigiri

Salmon belly nigiri

Uni (sea urchin) nigiri from Hokkaido, Japan

Kampachi (amber jack) nigiri

Thank you Yummy Grill & Sushi for an awesome omakase experience!  We look forward to coming in next month and seeing the new omakase room.

To see my post from first visit to Yummy, click here.


7331 W. Lake Mead Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 562-8668

Yummy Grill & Sushi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

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