Over the past 20 years sushi has traveled far beyond Japan to become loved by many foodies around the globe. And here in Vegas, it’s no different. These ten spots may range in price, but they all have fantastic food made with the freshest ingredients. From mouth-watering rolls and crunchy tempura to silky sashimi and squishy maki, these sushi restaurants in Vegas will blow your mind and you don’t even have to leave the desert!
Now, you might know Masaharu Morimoto from his many TV appearances on Iron Chef. He is known for his unique style and immaculate presentation. Having first brought his experience in Kaiseki cuisine to Nobu, he eventually opened his own restaurant in 2001 in Philadelphia and the rest was history.
Morimoto Vegas opened its doors in 2016 and just as the other namesake restaurants, it is known for blending Eastern and Western flavors to create unique and delicious dishes. The restaurant has plenty of sitting options like the sushi bar, main dining room, or teppan tables. A dish you must try is their Morimoto sashimi which combines seared toro, salmon, eel, tuna, hamachi, and five sauces, along with vegetarian options.
🍣 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sushi Chef Hiro-san is an expert in all things sushi! He is classically trained in Japan and has utilized that experience to create artful tasting menus in his career that spans over 18 years. They do have takeout, but it is an added experience to watch Chef Hiro-san make his amazing creations. There’s no doubt that Sushi Hiroyoshi is one of the best sushi restaurants in the city.
Start things off with a cushiony Sunomono Mix, then for the main event, try the Toku-Jo Sushi, offering a selection of 12-15 pieces. You can also always opt for a list of sushi of your choice, from whitefish and shrimp to octopus and eel. The dining room is small, so be sure to plan ahead.
🍣 5900 W Charleston Blvd #10, Las Vegas, NV 89146
3. Yui Edomae
Edomae sushi started 250 years ago in Tokyo, Japan, and Chef Gen Mizoguchi keeps that tradition alive today in Vegas. With a focus on Japanese traditional Omotenashi service, Yui Edomae serves sophisticated and delicious sushi that are all about umami, made with fresh ingredients from Japan. You also have to try their imported Grade A5 Japanese Wagyu.
🍣 3460 Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89102
4. Sushi Kame
Sushi Kame offers high-end kaiseki and omakase dining experiences. Due to their success, dinners need to make reservations at least two weeks in advance.
Chef Eric curates incredible omakase offerings according to the diner’s preferences, highlighting a diversity of ingredients, preparations, and the range of textures. They offer a $350 per person premium omakase dinner with an ever-changing menu, as well as $500 per person signature omakase experiences. Dinners can also be ordered a la carte.
🍣 3616 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste 103, Las Vegas, NV 89102
The sushi at Kabuto Edomae sushi is some of the freshest and best you will find in Las Vegas and most of the fish is imported straight from Japan. Following traditions that originated 200 years ago in Tokyo, the chef at Kabuto Edomae prepares picture-perfect dishes with precision and speed, aiming for that one perfect bite and harmonious flavor. It is one of the most intimate chef-to-guest experiences you’ll ever have. Kabuto Course, the premium chef omakase menu costs $175 per person, whereas the Yoroi Course is $120 per person.
🍣 5040 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
6. Sushi Roku
LA’s Sushi Roku can now be found in a number of other locations, including Forum Shops on the Las Vegas Strip. You can’t go wrong with any of their rolls, but if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, try the Titan Roll, Chef Haru’s specialty roll crafted with spicy scallop and jalapeno then topped with tuna and salmon sashimi, drizzled with Asian sesame dressing. It seems like a mouthful but it’s as delicious as it gets. And if you’re feeling rather lucky, the High Roller Roll is luxury in a bite. With lobster, wagyu, toro, truffles, caviar and gold flakes, it’s as delicious as is Instagram-worthy.
🍣 3500 S Las Vegas Blvd Ste T-18, Las Vegas, NV 89109
7. Sen of Japan
‘Sen’ in Japanese means fresh, and that freshness of ingredients is evident when you eat at Sen of Japan. The restaurant offers delicious Japanese food in a casual and inviting setting. Chef Nakano Hiromi designs all the dishes for the restaurant. He is also the former head chef at the highly acclaimed NOBU at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.
🍣 8480 W Desert Inn Rd Ste F1, Las Vegas, NV 89117
8. Kaiseki Yuzu
Next on our list is Kaiseki Yuzu, whose chef was nominated for the 2023 James Beard Award! Chef Kaoru Azeuchi dreamt of introducing Kaiseki Ryori to the US. Trained both in Japanese and French cuisine, he perfected his skills in the art of Kaiseki cuisine for over sixteen years and eventually in 2014, Kaiseiki Yuzu restaurant opened in Las Vegas.
The restaurant offers multi-course meals, which must be ordered three days in advance, and an a la carte menu with sushi and nigiri. You can’t go to Kaiseki Yuzu and not try the omakase menu. It would be a sin! Experience seven mind-blowing Osaka style Sushi Omakase courses, including ten pieces of sushi from the chef. The restaurant is open Thursday to Monday, and reservations are required.
🍣 3900 Spring Mountain Rd #A5, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge is a chic restaurant in The Bellagio and one of the best sushi restaurants in Vegas. Michelin Star award-winning Chef Akira Back showcases innovative dishes from traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine with a Korean flair. He’s had quite the life and many ambitions in life, but it was his passion for cooking that really made him a star.
Yellowtail has a great sake, beer and whisky collection for you to enjoy during your next visit. Although the restaurant might be known for their Bigeye Tuna Pizza and Maine Lobster Carpaccio, you have to try their divine Baked Crab Roll and the crispy Shrimp Tempura Roll.
🍣 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Restaurateur John Chien Lee opened this neighborhood gem in the Southwest, set to recreate the best, most delicious dishes from Japanese restaurants around the world. With a focus on quality, Soho Japanese Restaurant serves incredibly delicious and fresh sushi at prices that won’t break the bank.
Try the Soho Loco Roll that contains yellowtail, spicy salmon, avocado, serrano, pico, creamy ponzu and habanero. If you’re looking for a silky textures, the Paradise Roll is as creamy as it gets. With crab, avocado, yellowtail, tuna, salmon and a surprise cucumber that offers a crunchy addition to the mix.
🍣 7377 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89139
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