Best Sushi Restaurants in Las Vegas
Despite the fact that it is landlocked, Las Vegas is a great city to enjoy some of the best sushi. You can get sushi at all different price points from $ to $$$$$. There are many sushi restaurants in Las Vegas, so it might be difficult to determine which one you should try. The new Nobu in Caesar’s Palace would be the newest place on the strip, but the experience will definitely cost you. If you’re looking for something that is still going to be memorable and mouthwatering, but for a $-$$ budget you might want to venture off the strip for this meal.
(À La Carte Sushi and All-You-Can-Eat Sashimi)
Kaze Sushi is Las Vegas’ newest gem of a sushi restaurant. It just opened in January and has already become a crowd favorite. Most sushi restaurants in Las Vegas offer All-You-Can-Eat sushi where you waste valuable stomach space with the rice; Kaze Sushi has All-You-Can-Eat SASHIMI (All the good stuff without the filler!) at a price point of $20. That means you can order the unlimited sashimi special AND still be able to order a few delicious rolls and unique appetizers to accompany your sashimi extravaganza. The owner takes great pride in the quality of his product so everything is fresh. The vibes here are hip and trendy, yet refined. If you’re a die-hard sushi lover who appreciates authentic Japanese cuisine and is into Japanese fusion, this will totally be your new hangout spot.
Osaka (À La Carte Sushi)
Osaka is Las Vegas’ original Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. It has been serving up quality, authentic Japanese delights since 1967. There are no frills at this low-key sushi place, just good ingredients and good chefs. These talented sushi chefs have developed some unique sushi rolls like the steak roll whose combinations of flavors and textures are sure to please. Osaka Japanese Bistro’s popularity and longevity can be credited to its satisfying food. Just ask one of their many dedicated repeat customers! If you are looking for a true taste of Japan and something a little exotic, Osaka offers a few delicacies that you can normally only find in Japan such as Awabi (live abalone), Aoyagi (live surf clams), Katsuo (bonita), Kanpachi (rudderfish), Sayori (Halfbeak) and Blue Fin Toro (tuna belly). You must experience these rare treats for yourself.
Oyshi (All-You-Can-Eat Sushi)
The tagline “Sushi, Sake, and Fun” pretty much sums up what you’ll experience at Oyshi. This is a more typical Las Vegas style All-You-Can-Eat sushi joint, but a cool one. The space here is roomy and has an urban feel. Sleek, modern furniture is mixed with street art wall murals and mood lighting. Sushi rolls here are of good taste and quality. Dessert (which is included with your All-You-Can-Eat meal) is the awesome end to a filling meal. Choose from the exotic Green Tea Tiramisu to the delightful Berry Parfait. During ‘Ladies Night’ from 11pm-2am, ladies get a discount on All-You-Can-Eat dinner prices. On Mondays and Tuesdays, you can get 2 for 1 sake. They also have private rooms that you can request for large parties.
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Contributed by Dera Masunaga