Food and drink
There's a big range of sushi, soup and tempura on the Japanese menu, anticuchos - skewers with meat and corn on the cob - on the Peruvian side, and even a full list of churrasco meats to fill the Brazilian quota. The menu really is extensive - there's even a section devoted to kobe beef.
I love the seared kobe beef with mushroom and a truffled crema.
It's very trendy, and predominantly a place for groups - who dine here before going on to a show or a club - rather than couples. It can get pretty noisy, too. But the place has a nice buzz to it.
Friendly and pretty quick.
In the Palazzo, so central for the Strip.
Small, tapas-style plates from US$9. Mains from US$25.
- People watching