Top 10 Sushi Restaurants In Las Vegas, Nevada

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There are so many things to like about Las Vegas. Known as Sin City because of the numerous gambling casinos along The Strip, Vegas is known for its exciting activities like shows, concerts, and sporting events where the likes of Cirque du Soleil, Celine Dion, Manny Pacquiao, and Floyd Mayweather have attracted millions over the years. Where high rollers go to gamble, you can expect that restaurants with all types of cuisine will level up their game. It is no surprise that Japanese eateries have established a strong presence in the city. With that said, here is our list of top sushi restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada to satiate your hunger for these simple yet exquisite morsels.

1. RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

Posted by RA Sushi Bar Restaurant on Tuesday, 2 January 2018

For the best sushi in Vegas, come to RA Sushi. It is hard not to appreciate their sushi because the fish and seafood they use are some of the freshest. Plus they do have their very own inventions as their chefs have included American twists into this Japanese classic. The sushi bar has an impressive display of well-selected ingredients that they take pride in. Because of the high quality of fish and seafood they use, every bite is a pleasant experience of subtle and delectable flavours. The bar keeps everything exciting with its inventive concoctions and a long line of sake.

RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

Address: 3200 Las Vegas Blvd South Suite 1132, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Website: RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11am - 12pm; Fri - Sat: 11am - 1am

2. Yama Sushi

Make the most of your weekend by coming to Yama Sushi with your friends! Enjoy delicious food and relax. #YamaSushi #LasVegas

Posted by Yama Sushi Japanese Restaurant on Sunday, 27 January 2019

A whole new sushi experience begins once you step inside the doors of Yama Sushi Japanese Restaurant. Their sushi menu is very extensive and top quality. If you want to taste authentic sushi, their classics are there to satisfy you. But the restaurant is also known for its long list of unique and special rolls you can only find here. For these, their well-trained sushi chefs use only the freshest ingredients to give it an authentic taste. The best part about this restaurant is that they offer all-you-can-eat. Aside from sushi, the main kitchen churns out the best traditional Japanese dishes this side of Vegas.

Yama Sushi

Address: 3909 Spring Mt Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89102

Facebook: Yama Sushi

Opening hours: 12pm - 2am (daily)

3. Sushi Hiroyoshi

My small meal costs more than an AYCE 😁

Posted by Gigi Gutierrez on Friday, 22 March 2019

This restaurant came to fruition from the vision of the main man himself, sushi chef Hiro. Under his expert hands, this place is now one of the famous sushi joints in Vegas. With experience spanning 18 years in Japan and the United States, chef Hiro is known for creating top-quality sushi. If there is one thing that sets this place apart, it’s the omakase-style service it offers its diners. This style brings out the creativity of chef Hiro-san. The courses include raw and cooked dishes that are all perfectly timed and executed.

Sushi Hiroyoshi

Address: 5900 W. Charleston Blvd. #10 Las Vegas, NV 89146

Website: Sushi Hiroyoshi

Opening hours: Thu - Fri: 11:30am - 2pm (Lunch); Tue - Sun: 5pm - 9:30pm (Dinner) (closed on Mon)

4. Yui Edomae Sushi

Posted by Yui Edomae sushi on Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Superb sushi meets excellent service when you wine and dine in this beautiful restaurant. Here, edomae-style sushi takes centre stage. Each piece has the right mix of vinegar and sweetness to it. Topped with the freshest fish and seafood, each sushi becomes an experience of taste in itself. When it comes to service, the restaurant is known for its omotenashi-style of serving their diners. This means that every customer experiences umami in every bite because of the relaxing way they are served. The man given credit for this is master chef Gen Mizoguchi.

Yui Edomae Sushi

Address: 3460 Arville St. Suite# HS Las Vegas, NV 89102

Website: Yui Edomae Sushi

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 6pm - 10:30pm (closed on Sun)

5. Sen of Japan

Name this roll....

Posted by Sen of Japan on Saturday, 5 November 2011

A Japanese chef gives his diners the best food he can come up with. But it takes a Japanese master chef the ability to provide his diners with the ultimate culinary experience. This is what chef Hiromi Nakano brings to the table. Fresh may seem like a word used by restaurants every day. But in Sen of Japan, this is what the chef feeds his diners. Sen means ‘fresh’ and it does not get any better than the food prepared here.

Sen of Japan

Address: 8480 W Desert Inn Rd. Las Vegas NV 89117

Website: Sen of Japan

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 5pm - 1:30am; Sun: 5pm - 11:30pm

6. Biwon Korean BBQ and Sushi Restaurant All You Can Eat

Posted by Biwon Korean BBQ & Sushi Restaurant on Wednesday, 29 June 2016

This is an all you can eat joint where Korean barbeque shares star billing with Japanese sushi. Diners can choose from three types of all you can eat menus. First is the Korean barbeque. Second is the sushi menu. The third is the winning combination of Korean barbeque and sushi. The sushi they serve here is very good. They source out everything from the most reliable fishmongers in the United States and Japan. Top quality food shares equal credit with the kind of service diners get here.

Biwon Korean BBQ and Sushi Restaurant All You Can Eat

Address: 2721 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Website: Biwon Korean BBQ and Sushi Restaurant All You Can Eat

Opening hours: 11am - 3am (daily)

7. Kabuto-Edomae Sushi

The "Kamashita" (Toro) is one of the fattiest cuts of tuna available. A bite that will melt in your mouth. 📍5040 Spring Mountain Rd Ste 4 Las Vegas, NV 89146

Posted by Kabuto on Monday, 10 September 2018

The only goal of this restaurant is to serve sushi the way Japanese restaurants in Tokyo do – edomae-style. Tokyo’s original name is Edo. Hence this style of sushi making dates back to several centuries ago. The shari (vinegared rice) is the centrepiece of their sushi. The fluffy granules are mixed with the right amount of vinegar forming a strong but complimentary base for fresh fish or seafood. Your meal here is as good as the talent of the chefs behind the sushi bar. Be prepared for the most memorable nigiri experience you can have in Las Vegas.

Kabuto-Edomae Sushi

Address: 5040 W. Spring Mountain Rd. #4 Las Vegas, Nevada 89146

Website: Kabuto-Edomae Sushi

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 6pm - 8:30pm (closed on Sun)

8. Osaka Japanese Bistro


This restaurant along W Sahara Ave is part of Las Vegas history. Osaka Japanese Bento is the very first Japanese restaurant that opened in the city in 1967. It is one of the most popular eateries for locals. Foreign and local tourists have taken to its liking as well because the quality of food here fits everyone's’ taste buds. The highly regarded place has won awards left and right and is considered as one of Las Vegas’ dining gems. Chef Shingo Aihara, a man with several honours under his name, runs a tight ship in the kitchen. With him, there is no cutting corners and no shortchanging customers. You will only get the best from him.

Osaka Japanese Bistro

Address: 4205 W Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada

Website: Osaka Japanese Bistro

Opening hours: 11:30am - 2am (daily)

9. Bocho Sushi

I see! You see! Sashimi! Come Try our chefs sashimi platter for two.

Posted by Bocho Sushi on Tuesday, 31 July 2018

You know that elated feeling you get when everything goes right? That is the kind of feeling you will get after having a mouthful of Bocho Sushi’s food. It brings you comfort and relief and eventually you feel happy. This is why every diner who comes here hungry leave with smiles on their faces. Thanks to Dan Coughlin, the man who introduced Las Vegas to Bocho Sushi. The sushi is impeccable. It is highlighted by their long list of maki roll variants that the restaurant has created.

Bocho Sushi

Address: 124 S 6th St #150, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

Website: Bocho Sushi

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 5pm - 10pm; Mon - Fri: 11am - 10pm

10. SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas

Posted by SUSHISAMBA on Thursday, 13 December 2018

The flavours and traditions of three countries marry together to give you an umami experience you will never forget. Japanese food with strong influences from Peru and Brazil attract a wide range of curious foodies who get a taste of all three flavours in one bite. The sushi here is quite unique. They have a menu that is divided into two. The first is where the Latin American influences are featured. The second is where all the classic sushi items are lined up. All these play their satiating role in a vibrant and fun place.

SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas

Address: 3327 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA

Website: SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas

Opening hours: 11:30am - 1am (daily)

Have a taste of the best sushi in Vegas

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Source: Photo by user Japan Sushi used under CC BY 3.0

If you are hankering for the best sushi in Las Vegas, head on over to any of these places and satisfy your cravings. The simplicity of this dish is elevated by these revered restaurants so that every bite becomes a tasteful experience on its own.

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