If you’re hungry for sushi when in Las Vegas, you will never be disappointed. The city boasts some of the most talented sushi chefs in the world who use only the freshest ingredients in their creations. Here is a list of eight of the Best Las Vegas Sushi restaurants:
Recognized for its outstanding sushi cuisine, excellent service, and friendly staff, Hikari Japanese Steakhouse is a cornerstone in the Las Vegas community. An amazing menu of sushi, sashimi, and hand rolls features original items found at no other restaurant in the city. When you just can’t decide, try the Sashimi Combination Platter which comes with tuna, yellowtail, salmon, albacore, whitefish, tamago, octopus, and your choice of a California or Spicy Tuna roll for a mere $21.95.
4175 S Buffalo Drive
Sushi Roku uses only the finest, freshest fish from pristine waters around the globe to create its edible works of art. The Gensai Signature roll made with seared togarashi salmon, kizami wasabi, jalapeno, cucumber, and avocado is absolutely delicious.
3500 S Las Vegas Boulevard
Edomae sushi is a style of sushi invented in Japan over 200 years ago and sold on the street in Edo, the old name for Tokyo. This street food qualifies as the original fast food. Also referred to as one of the best hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Las Vegas, Kabuto Edomae Sushi, is located in an unassuming building in Chinatown. For a special treat, order the Nigiri Omakase, the chef’s hand-picked selection of the best sushi in the house.
5040 W Spring Mountain Road, Suite #4
Nobu offers one of the most complete and most authentic lists of sushi and sashimi in all of Las Vegas. You shouldn’t leave town without treating yourself to this dining experience that is both sophisticated and whimsical at the same time. Also available is a selection of rare sakes imported from Japan, one which is hand-filtered through a slow-drip process.
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Located within the Wynn Hotel, Mizumi is one of the prettiest Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas. The sushi and sashimi in this fine dining establishment are ocean-fresh. Reserve the floating pagoda table which is accessible via a lush garden path for private alfresco dining.
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard S
When looking for sushi that’s a bit more reasonably priced, head over to Yummy Grill and Sushi. Located a short drive off the Strip in the Western part of town, it’s worth the trip. A late-night happy hour happens every night at 10 PM and features specials on sushi and drinks.
7331 W Lake Mead, Suite #105
‘Sen’ means fresh in Japanese and Sen of Japan serves some of the freshest sushi in town. An impressive list of maki rolls, nigiri, and sashimi is joined by an equally exciting sake and wine list. You can also get authentic Japanese whiskey here.
8480 W Desert Inn Road
Original, creative sushi rolls await you at Sushi Takahashi. Try the Large Tree roll which includes a whole deep-fried soft-shell crab and Tempura shrimp wrapped up with avocado and cucumber and drizzled with Yum Yum sauce, eel sauce and spicy mayonnaise.
5300 Spring Mountain Road
You have numerous choices when going out for sushi in Las Vegas. Don’t just try one, try many.