Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

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If you need something to eat before a big event at the new T-Mobile Arena, Sake Rok has you covered. You can find the restaurant at The Park, which is the new outdoor district outside the 20,000-seat facility. The menu features Japanese cuisine, ranging from miso black cod and yuzu soy scallops, to sushi, including the wicked El Chapo roll with snow crab, shrimp, cucumber, and avocado. However, the real draw here is the high-energy atmosphere: there’s a DJ, video projections on the wall, and food servers who break out into dance routines at a moment’s notice. Even the food can be a spectacle in itself, like a five-roll platter that comes with a smoldering statue of Godzilla on the tray.

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