If you're staying on the Strip, you're not only walking distance from some of the most renowned sushi restaurants, and you're also close to several great neighborhood spots that are a hit with Vegas locals. Venture further into town, and you're sure to find some of the best sushi tucked away in local casinos and small family-owned restaurants. Visit one of these ten spots for great flavors that satisfy every sushi craving.
If you're looking to celebrate (birthdays, anniversaries, Tuesdays), Catch is a fantastic spot for any occasion. Located adjacent to the Aria Resort & Casino lobby, enter through a floral tunnel that provides some of the most Instagrammable backdrops in town and take a seat in their beautiful dining room. Catch offers video-worthy fare too- their Catch Roll gets blow-torched tableside, and their Hit Me Chocolate Cake is a viral social media favorite.
Morimoto Las Vegas
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto's restaurant inside the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino offers various sushi and sashimi options from wagyu to caviar. In the mood for a variety? Try the chef's combination- 20 pieces for $100. The menu at Morimoto Las Vegas also features fresh seafood, high-end steaks (including Japanese A-5 Wagyu), and exotic Asian entrees like their Laksa Noodle Soup.
Zuma Las Vegas
Located inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the elegant Zuma Las Vegas offers a delicious selection of Maki Rolls in a variety of distinct tastes along with an extensive robata menu. Are you feeling adventurous? Try their Omakase Tasting Menus starting at $118 per person (the entire table must order).
Nobu Las Vegas
If you've ever walked past the beehive-shaped booths in Caesars Palace and wondered what you're missing, that would be Nobu by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Offering various exquisitely fresh seafood in their sushi and sashimi options, the restaurant also offers two kinds of omakase tasting menus (vegetarian and signature). It is the only American location offering a teppanyaki menu. The special to-go menu also provides a selection of Bento Boxes in several sizes and price points.
Located inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Sushi Roku has a great selection of inventive rolls and some delectable entrees. Check out fun flavors in rolls like the "Tuna Jalapeno" and "White Lotus" or try their traditional rolls or robata options. Sushi Roku also boasts a fantastic view of the Strip that's perfect for people-watching.
SushiSamba Las Vegas
Located inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, SushiSamba is a perfect spot if you're looking for excellent fusion cuisine and imaginative sushi rolls. Fun flavors (like the "Asevichado Roll" or the "AmazÓnia Roll") and a colorful dining room provide the perfect foundation for a night on the town. A selection of sushi tasting samplers is available, starting at $33.
Kura Revolving Sushi Bar
Inside Shanghai Plaza in Chinatown, Kura Revolving Sushi Bar offers sushi plates for $2.75 each. Chilled items can be picked off the revolving conveyor belt for immediate eating. You can also order directly from the touchscreen monitor above your table, where you can order a selection of entrees and desserts as well (the chefs will zip them right out to your table via the conveyor belt within minutes).
Jade Asian Kitchen & Noodles
If you're in the mood for sushi in the Summerlin area, make a stop at Jade Asian Kitchen & Noodles inside JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa. Here, you'll find various classic rolls and specialty rolls. During a hosted media event, favorites included the "Golden Knight Roll," and chef specialties like the "Tuna Katsu Roll." The restaurant also offers three different Omakase options, so there's something for every budget!
This local favorite is home to the highly Instagrammable sushi burgers you might have seen all over social media. With excellent prices and unique offerings (they also have a sushi tower and sushi pizza), you'll still have plenty of cash left over for the casino. Jjanga offers dine-in, take-out, and delivery options.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge
Tucked off the casino floor at the Bellagio, you'll find Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge by Chef Akira Back. It's hard to miss the gigantic yellow fish fin that greets you as you walk by, and if you're in the mood for sushi, this is the place to go. Here, you'll find a selection of classic rolls that are familiar to every sushi lover's palate and various specialty rolls like the crispy kalbi roll and the popping spicy crab.