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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Hamada Asian Village

2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Baltimore Ave.) Send to Phone
702-380-7766
Hamada restaurants have been Las Vegas favorites for authentic Japanese dining experiences.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Hamada Asian Village Restaurant Review

: A Las Vegas favorite with its multiple locations, this colorful casino-level restaurant celebrated its July 2000 debut by hammering open a ceremonial vat of saké served to guests in black lacquered box-shaped cups, a 1,000-year-old custom. Saké kegs at Hamada's entrance carry on the tradition. Complete with a faux sky, the ambience blends the modern style of the Stratosphere with a Japanese flavor including 100-year-old tansu wood cabinets. The popular nine-seat bar and 10-seat sushi bar complement the busy dining room's booth- and table-seating, plus two 18-seat teppan tables with granite tops where Japanese chefs prepare orders with a dramatic flair. For starters, we like the yamakake, grated mountain yam blended with diced tuna, and the kaki-su, an oyster cocktail with vinegar sauce. Try the shumai, Japanese-style ravioli. Steak and scallop aficionados like the complete dinners that include a shrimp appetizer, soup, salad, vegetables, mushrooms and steamed rice. Udon choices include the popular nabeyaki---Japanese noodles with assorted vegetables, chicken, fishcakes, shrimp tempura and egg in broth. Go for the Geisha Special, sukiyaki steak and chicken; or the Hamada Special, New York steak, lobster tail, scallop and fried rice, both served with vegetable and an ice cream dessert.
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