Where to satisfy sushi cravings in Las Vegas

Are you on the lookout for your new favorite sushi spot? There’s a great selection of dining options if you feel like enjoying some sushi in Las Vegas, and you don’t have to go to the tourist spots on the Strip to find them. Here’s a look at some of the hot sites around town offering some high-quality Japanese food at an affordable price.

Sushi Joe’s

Uncut sushi rolls on a plate
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This restaurant is an excellent location if you’d like a casual dining experience. Sushi Joe’s is well suited for large groups and is also family-friendly. As for the food, you can choose from a great range of sushi, nigiri, and vegetarian options, with the drink specials also being popular. You can reserve a table for a specific time or take advantage of the bar’s takeout option.

Yama Sushi

Yama Sushi started in Las Vegas in 1999 and has built a strong reputation for serving high-quality fresh fish over the past two decades. Locals clearly like what’s on offer since Yama has been able to expand to three locations in the city. Their restaurants include one on the Strip and another on the east side of town. One popular attraction is the all-you-can-eat offer during lunch, which also wins praise from customers for its balance between sushi and vegetarian options.


Here at Unami, you can choose from an all-you-can-eat option or a menu at this sushi bar. The all-you-can-eat offer is limited to 90 minutes. There’s an extensive list of rolls to pick from on the menu, with diners praising how fresh the fish tastes. The menu includes choices such as salmon, ocean trout, tuna yellowtail, and surf clam. If you’d prefer to eat vegetarian, there’s plenty on offer too.

Umami is about a 20-minute drive from the Strip., with parking at a nearby outdoor strip mall.

Sen of Japan

This local favorite is found in the Westside neighborhood, and its location away from the Strip helps keep its prices lower. The extensive menu includes warm and cold appetizers, sushi, sashimi, tempura, and grilled and fried dishes. Japanese drinks, including beer and sake, are also available.

Yummy Grill & Sushi

This restaurant on the west side of town lives up to its name with an exciting selection of sushi and plenty of alternatives. In addition to sushi and sashimi, you can tuck into a wide range of vegetarian options. The menu also features other Japanese favorites, like tempura and chicken teriyaki. Don’t forget to look at Yummy Grill’s special rolls, which include the Arizona roll and the Cherry Blossom. If you want great prices on sushi, take note of their happy hour, which starts at 10 pm each day.

Yummy Grill has long opening hours seven days a week. Alternatively, you can order for pickup online and get real-time information on when your food is ready.

Sushi Zone

Sushi Zone offers you the chance to combine traditional sushi with some unexpected foods, including lasagna, Korean food, pizza, and fried rice. The restaurant also serves various alternatives to sushi in case others in your party would like something different. Getting back to the sushi, reviewers praise their California rolls and poke offerings. You can have an all-you-can-eat meal for $27.95 or choose from their extensive menu, which includes fresh fish delivered every morning.

Sapporo Revolving Sushi

Sapporo is Las Vegas’ first conveyor belt sushi bar. It offers a relaxed atmosphere for you to enjoy your favorite dishes, with no reservations required. The conveyor belt system operates with cutting-edge sensors to ensure that no plate remains out for longer than half an hour. In addition, all dishes are freshly prepared with fresh fish and other fresh ingredients. If you’d instead enjoy your meal at home, Sapporo Revolving Sushi also provides a takeout and delivery service.

Its Sushi

The casual dining experience you’ll get here is perfect for a large group or a romantic meal. Its Sushi takes reservations and features an all-you-can-eat option if you’re feeling hungry or up for a challenge. Diners like how quickly the food is served, making this sushi bar a solid choice if you don’t have much time to spare for your meal. It’s a popular destination for diners looking for a late-night bite to eat or a family-friendly lunch. The Japanese drink options also deserve a special mention, including sake.

To See Roll

This poke bar serves bowls and sushi rolls and has a good selection of cooked protein options if you don’t just want to eat sushi. You can order a large bowl consisting of five scoops of protein or a medium bowl with three scoops. Once you’ve chosen which size of bowl you’d like, you can add optional toppings. In addition to various fish choices, To See Roll offers a popular seaweed salad and ginger dressing.

Super Sushi

This small sushi bar offers you the choice of ordering from a menu or opting for their all-you-can-eat offering. They serve fresh wasabi, which some diners have given rave reviews. All of their sushi roll sauces are homemade, and they also offer freshly made ramen each day. On top of a long list of rolls to choose from, you can also order unlimited refills of Thai tea for under $5. Since there’s limited space here, it’s probably a good idea to make a reservation if you plan to visit as a group. You can dine outdoors, order takeout, or go for delivery.

So, there you have it! De Castroverde Criminal & Immigration Lawyers just gave you the rundown of the best sushi spots to try out around Las Vegas. Have you been to any of them yet? We’d be delighted to hear about your experience and whether you’d recommend it to others. Do you think we’ve missed out on any great sushi locations? Get in touch with us, and we’ll be sure to include your favorite on our list of local dining options for fans of sushi and Japanese food.