Kame is a tale of two restaurants. Choose your own adventure in the main dining room, with a la carte selections and multi-course kaiseki menus. Or enjoy an evening in the secluded private dining room, where a well-trained team serves an indulgent omakase feast that includes sushi rolled on the spot, flavorful soups, lightly seared Kobe steak and fresh-sliced sashimi. (The latter can include a full lobster decorated in gold flakes and caviar -- a delightful example of Strip-style excess in the heart of Chinatown.)
"Chef Youngsup 'Eric' Kim serves the best and priciest omakase off the Strip at $350 and it's worth every penny," according to food blogger Philip Tzeng. And while sake is in ample supply, the bar has an inspired lineup of inventive craft cocktails to complement any meal.