I always go here when I want a wide selection of sushi. Made fresh, this place the most variety of items to choose from. Personally I think it is a little expensive for those who do not eat a lot, but if you like sushi and can put some down, then this would be a value.
Posted: 10/20/2010 • Link to this review
I like Makinos, my family goes quite often. I agree with the other reviewer - people experienced with sushi probably won't like this. There isn't anything too creative or different, basic rolls and sashimi. There are about 15 different options but the chefs will make whatever you want. There other food too like crab legs, teriyaki chicken, shrimp tempura, etc. It is a little expensive but it is good.
Posted: 6/01/2008 • Link to this review
Las Vegas has a lot of AYCE Sushi bars (all you can eat) but if you aren't a big eater or new to sushi, you may prefer something like Makino. This buffet serves sushi by the platter so you can try lots of different sushi and take one or lots. The sushi chefs will also make items to order if you ask them. Also nice is that they don't charge you for "wastage" so if you don't like it, you aren't stuck eating it or paying full price for it. If you have non-sushi eaters in your party they have a nice selection of hot items, soups and salads. At dinner time they also have crab legs, shrimp and oysters. If you have kids in your party they have lots of desserts and a chocolate fountain. The sushi connoisseur will probably turn up their nose at Makino but it's worth a trip.
Posted: 4/25/2008 • Link to this review