Hyakumi, located in Caesars Palace combines all the flavors of the east in a traditional asian-themed restaurant that you are sure to fall in love with. Hyakumi serves fresh sushi, sashimi, as well as Teppanyaki dishes in a beautiful dining room accented with bamboo and live plants.

Appetizers at Hyakumi are divided into hot and cold appetizers. Cold appetizers include edamame, oshinko, hiya yakko, California rolls, sushi samplers, and several other traditional raw fish options. Hot starters include seaweed salad, beef tataki, tempura, age tofu, tuna tataki, grilled cod fish, and soft shell crab tempura. For something more filling try the combination platters of beef, shrimp, chicken, salmon, sea bass, and beef teriyaki. All combination platters are served with miso soup, rice, and tempura. If you are on a romantic date, order a platter for two. Soups include miso soup, clear soup, and chicken soup. Noodle bowls are a great light lunch option. Try the white noodles in hot soup or the cold buckwheat noodles. Their specialties include the Kobe beef Shabshab and the Wogyu Steak. The restaurant also serves a full menu of sashimi, sushi, and nigiri. Also try sushi rolls like the eel roll, Salmon Slim Roll, Toro Roll, Caesars Roll, or Spider Roll.

You’ll feel like you’ve traveled far from the desert in this tropical yet elegant dining room. If you’re not a big sushi fan, try sitting family-style at a teppanyaki table where food is cooked in front of you on a hot griddle. It’s a performance as well as a dinner! You can also dine at a traditional table and eat items off the a la carte menu. Many of the a la carte items include tempura, teriyaki, and noodle dishes. However, if you’re a true fan of traditional Japanese food, nothing beats the fresh sushi and sashimi dishes that come to the table plated so beautifully you’ll think you’re eating a work of art.

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Caesars Palace

3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 731-7731


Lunch: 11am-3pm

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Payment Options:
Visa, AMEX, MasterCard, Cash


Business Casual

More Info:
Teppanyaki tables seat 8 or more and are great for people traveling in groups

Best known for:
wide selection of sake and Japanese beer