Ichiza Izakaya: For Japanese Small Plates In Las Vegas

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Heading to Vegas and need a restaurant recommendation? Go to Ichiza! 

I was in Las Vegas for a few days and met up with some friends from San Francisco the other night. One of them is my good friend Rich who loves to eat as much as I do! He’s the best kind of friend to be in Vegas with! He suggested that we go off the Strip and eat at a Japanese izakaya called Ichiza.

An izakaya is a Japanese style pub that serves small share plates. I’ve written about them before in my post about Guu in Vancouver. I was excited to eat here because it had many great online reviews. We jumped into a cab and headed towards Chinatown, where many of the Asian eateries are located. Ichiza is located in a strip mall on Spring Mountain Road.

We ordered a pitcher of beer and some sake to start along with a bunch of plates to share. See what we ate below:

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Seafood Quesadilla. I liked it but it could handle a little less mayo


Pork Belly Ichiza Las Vegas | www.rtwgirl.com

This was a pork belly dish. It was amazing

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Wagyu beef carpaccio

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Sushi Taco

Las Vegas Booking

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I think this was the beef tongue skewer

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And the honey toast with ice cream. Yes, you read right!

Am I a fan? Yes. Unless you have a car in Las Vegas, you will need to take a taxi from the strip. In my honest opinion, it’s worth the trek. Sometimes you need to get off the strip for good food and eat where the locals go. For $25 each with tip, we had a pitcher of beer, some sake and enough to eat. I did forget to take a picture of a grilled mackerel with miso dish.


4355 Spring Mountain Rd #205
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 367-3151


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Round The World Girl is a blog by Arnette, a solo female traveler, lover of adventure, coffee, tropical islands, and unforgettable meals. She shares a retrospective of her 19 month, 19 country round the world trip, adventures both near and far, destination guides, helpful tips and tricks for travel, as well as tips and reviews of her favorite things.

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