They offer a great selection of sashimi (sushi rolls), deep-fried roll, sushi plates (noodles), donburi and udon. Hirobu also offers a vegan and gluten free menu. You can dine-in or order to-go. Kumi serves Japanese cuisine, with a Korean American twist. They can be found inside Mandalay Bay, at the south end on the Las Vegas Strip. The atmosphere is great and the service excellent. Bluefin Tuna Pizza was a favorite of mine when I went there. Kumi also serves a variety other menu options such as sushi rolls, sashimi or combination plates, Wagyu meat, and seafood.
You can take advantage of their happy hours between 3:00pm-6:30pm. Soho Japanese Restaurant can deliver, dine in, or takeout. Soho Japanese Restaurant also has a sister location called Soho Sushi Burrito. Koi can found on the second floor at the Planet Hollywood Casino. This Japanese restaurant boasts a charming atmosphere making it the perfect spot for sushi before heading out on a night. You can get salmon rolls for as little as $6 or spicy tuna sandwiches for as low $8 at happy hour.





















Some AYCE eat-in places may skimp on quality, but they don't compromise on Umami. Every item on the menu, from the nigiri and the hand rolls, is delicious. The all-you'll-eat lunch menu starts at $25.95 and the dinner menu starts at $29.95. Sushi 21 can be found near Excalibur. You can walk to it, but you can get a taxi or Uber from there.
Famous Japanese restaurants along the Strip offer a wide range of delicious dishes, including sushi. Nobu at Caesars Palace, the largest Nobu, offers a wide variety of sushi and other cuisines. However, the sushi bar is only open to walk-in customers. Everywhere you go in Las Vegas, there are many sushi restaurants that serve delicious, fresh fish dishes. Even though Las Vegas is not next to the oceans, fresh fish is brought in every day to all of the restaurants.

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sushi all you can eat lunch










Kaiseki Yuzu provides two different dining experiences: a sushi-bar and kaiseki. Kaiseki, essentially, is a multicourse meal with many options. The experience is worth it, as the cost ranges from $125 to $210. Keep in mind that they close on Tuesday and Wednesday. Zuma is the closest restaurant to the Cosmopolitan. It's inspired by Izakaya, which is a Japanese casual bar. Zuma is known for its awardwinning cocktails. However, its authentic Japanese cuisine can also be enjoyed.












Enjoy happy hour between 3:00 and 6:00 pm. Soho Japanese Restaurant is open for take-out and dine in. There is also a sister restaurant, Soho Sushiburrito. Koi is located on the second floor of Planet Hollywood Casino. The Japanese restaurant is a great place to get sushi before going out. Happy hour (5:00pm - 7:00pm): Salmon rolls as low at $6, spicy tuna rolls as low as $8.

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The Konbea Belt Sushi menu offers a variety of cuisines. These include sweet shrimps and bluefin tuna. The restaurant is located in Las Vegas at 5685 Spring Mountain Road. Chef Dragon, who also opened Sakana Sushi Neko, founded Sushi Neko. All You Can Eat sushi costs $20 for lunch and $25 to eat dinner. An 18% gratuity is added to groups of five and more. The sushi menu features seared lemon salmon. Super white tuna is served with shrimp, squid and octopus.





Oysters and Bluefin Tuna, Bluefin Tuna and Pan Seared Scallops are just a few of the suggested menu items from Soho Japanese. Soho Japanese Restaurant, which specializes in Japanese-Asian Fusion Cuisines has been a mainstay on the local food scene.

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best sushi restaurants in vegas

best sushi restaurants in vegas



You can also order specialty rolls, sushi and donburi bowls. You won't be disappointed by their signature dishes or bento boxes. Tokyo Boys is closed Tuesday and Monday. RA Sushi can be found in the Fashion Show Mall. One of the best things about RA Sushi, is the outdoor patio with views of the Las Vegas Strip. It's not only beautiful, but also the delicious food.

Enjoy happy hour between 3:00 and 6:00 pm. Soho Japanese Restaurant is open for take-out and dine in. There is also a sister restaurant, Soho Sushiburrito. Koi is located on the second floor of Planet Hollywood Casino. The Japanese restaurant is a great place to get sushi before going out. Happy hour (5:00pm - 7:00pm): Salmon rolls as low at $6, spicy tuna rolls as low as $8.

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Sen of Japan offers extensive sushi and maki roll options that can be ordered either a la carte, or to-go. Most meals are priced between $20-30. Nobu is a Japanese restaurant chain which offers luxury dining at various locations. There are currently 2 Nobu restaurants in Las Vegas. One at Caesars Palace and one at Virgin Hotel.


Each plate you take off the conveyor cost $3. After you are done eating, a waiter will arrive and sum up everything for you. A full meal usually costs $20-30. Yui Edomae is another sushi place in Chinatown Plaza. The restaurant's focus is on traditional Japanese omotenashi (which means to fully look after your guests).

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Although there are many options on the menu, sushi rolls are the most popular. You can find some great deals at their SAMBA Hour. It is open every day, except Saturday, from 3:00pm to 6pm. Sushi Roku can be found in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The restaurant is on the third floor so you can enjoy the stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip as you eat.









Also, the skewers were amazing. I enjoyed the bacon and scallops skewers. If you don't feel hungry enough to order the all-you can eat menu you can order the a la cart menu. This has larger portions. Umami is a AYCE restaurant that can be found in the northwestern area of Las Vegas. It's quite a trek from the Strip, but it's still one of the best local sushi restaurants in the city. I'm a frequent visitor and cannot recommend this place highly enough.

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