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12 All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Restaurants to Try in Las Vegas

Stuff yourself silly with all the sushi you can eat

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In the land of neon and excess, sushi — like Champagne and nightclub revelry — is better when it’s endless. Enter all-you-can-eat sushi (fondly referred to as AYCE). When most out-of-towners think of AYCE sushi, they picture a buffet table with questionable-looking California rolls and discolored nigiri just waiting to give someone food poisoning. In Las Vegas, AYCE sushi is fresh, made-to-order, and fittingly decadent. Diners can expect to pay a set price and order from a menu that might include everything from maki and sashimi to edamame and chicken karaage.

With more and more AYCE spots sprouting up in order to satisfy local cravings and compete with the Strip buffets, choosing the right place to indulge in some serious sushi can be daunting. Here, a look at 12 places to consider when making dining plans in Las Vegas.

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Oyshi Sushi

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Oyshi Sushi combines two beloved Las Vegas sushi traditions: AYCE and happy hour. Every Monday through Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m., diners can take 20 percent off AYCE, which is typically priced at $24.99 for lunch and $29.99 for dinner. The menu includes ahi poke, rolls, crispy scallops, and nigiri.

Sushi Way

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Sushi Way serves its AYCE menu for lunch ($21.95) and dinner ($26.95). Options include nigiri, coconut shrimp, fresh oysters, bacon scallop skewers, rolls, and tempura ice cream. For efficient ordering, diners are handed a paper menu where they can mark their choices.

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Sakana Sushi

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Sakana continues the Maryland Parkway AYCE craze at its intimate location, which is outfitted with cherry blossom decor. Here, AYCE is priced at $23.95 for lunch and $27.95 for dinner — diners get 90 minutes to dine. The menu features egg rolls, fried rice, skewers, nigiri, rolls, and dessert items such as honey toast and affogato.

Sushi Hero

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The massive AYCE menu at Sushi Hero includes fried rolls, baked rolls, classic rolls, riceless rolls plus soup, salad, appetizers, and dessert. Lunch is $25.95 and dinner is $30.95.

Yama Sushi

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This tiny spot near UNLV appears like a hidden gem at first glance, but the always-crowded dining room is proof that the secret is out - they’ve also added two more area locations in the last couple of years. A longtime AYCE staple for Strip visitors and college students, Yama’s AYCE menu is priced at $24.95 for lunch (90-minute limit) and $27.95 for dinner (two-hour limit). The menu includes nigiri, appetizers, and rolls.

Sushi Koma

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Fittingly, the tagline at this westside sushi spot is “Sushi Till You Koma.” Diners can indulge in AYCE sushi priced at $24.95 for lunch (11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and $28.95 for dinner, which runs until 3 p.m. to midnight. The menu boasts appetizers, rolls, soups, salads, nigiri, and a wide selection of mochi for dessert.

Ono Sushi

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Ono Sushi offers AYCE sushi for $23.98 for lunch or $28.98 for dinner. For an extra $7.99, diners can also order bottomless drinks. The robust menu includes unique items such as kurobuta sausage skewers, pork belly tacos, and truffle fries plus nigiri, sashimi, and rolls.

Hikari Japanese Steakhouse

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Diners who judge AYCE menus on whether or not they include sashimi will approve of Hikari. Lunch, which is priced at $23.95, runs all the way until 3 p.m. Dinner is $27.95, or $34.95 for a premium option that includes sashimi . The menu includes over-the-top sushi rolls, nigiri, oysters, and more.

Goyemon Sushi House

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This simple, tasteful sushi restaurant serves its AYCE for $24.95 at lunch or $29.95 at dinner. The menu includes nigiri, rolls, and side dishes such as teriyaki chicken, fried calamari, and mini bowls of curry and udon.

Jjanga Steak & Sushi

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Jjanga is a sushi and hibachi restaurant that offers AYCE sushi all day, with lunch priced at $26.95 and dinner priced at $39.95. The menu includes sashimi, rolls, appetizers, and items that are not often seen on AYCE menus, such as sushi burritos and uni.

Top Sushi & Oyster

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Henderson’s Top Sushi & Oyster serves an expansive AYCE menu priced at $22.99 for lunch and between $27.99 and $30.99 for dinner. Diners can take a seat beneath the cherry blossom trees and order fried rolls, grilled rolls, and sushi burritos plus nigiri, edamame, Korean fried chicken, and even french fries.

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888 JAPANESE BBQ

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Because it’s a barbecue spot in addition to AYCE sushi, 888 barbecue has three levels of unlimited: $24.95 for angus, $28.95 for prime, and $39.95 for kobe. The prices coincide with the quality of beef, but if you’re in it for the sushi, get the lowest tier and go to town on the sushi rolls.

Oyshi Sushi

Oyshi Sushi combines two beloved Las Vegas sushi traditions: AYCE and happy hour. Every Monday through Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m., diners can take 20 percent off AYCE, which is typically priced at $24.99 for lunch and $29.99 for dinner. The menu includes ahi poke, rolls, crispy scallops, and nigiri.

Sushi Way

Table covered with plates of sushi rolls
Sushi Way
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Sushi Way serves its AYCE menu for lunch ($21.95) and dinner ($26.95). Options include nigiri, coconut shrimp, fresh oysters, bacon scallop skewers, rolls, and tempura ice cream. For efficient ordering, diners are handed a paper menu where they can mark their choices.

Table covered with plates of sushi rolls
Sushi Way
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Sakana Sushi

Sakana continues the Maryland Parkway AYCE craze at its intimate location, which is outfitted with cherry blossom decor. Here, AYCE is priced at $23.95 for lunch and $27.95 for dinner — diners get 90 minutes to dine. The menu features egg rolls, fried rice, skewers, nigiri, rolls, and dessert items such as honey toast and affogato.

Sushi Hero

The massive AYCE menu at Sushi Hero includes fried rolls, baked rolls, classic rolls, riceless rolls plus soup, salad, appetizers, and dessert. Lunch is $25.95 and dinner is $30.95.

Yama Sushi

This tiny spot near UNLV appears like a hidden gem at first glance, but the always-crowded dining room is proof that the secret is out - they’ve also added two more area locations in the last couple of years. A longtime AYCE staple for Strip visitors and college students, Yama’s AYCE menu is priced at $24.95 for lunch (90-minute limit) and $27.95 for dinner (two-hour limit). The menu includes nigiri, appetizers, and rolls.

Sushi Koma

Fittingly, the tagline at this westside sushi spot is “Sushi Till You Koma.” Diners can indulge in AYCE sushi priced at $24.95 for lunch (11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and $28.95 for dinner, which runs until 3 p.m. to midnight. The menu boasts appetizers, rolls, soups, salads, nigiri, and a wide selection of mochi for dessert.

Ono Sushi

Ono Sushi offers AYCE sushi for $23.98 for lunch or $28.98 for dinner. For an extra $7.99, diners can also order bottomless drinks. The robust menu includes unique items such as kurobuta sausage skewers, pork belly tacos, and truffle fries plus nigiri, sashimi, and rolls.

Hikari Japanese Steakhouse

Diners who judge AYCE menus on whether or not they include sashimi will approve of Hikari. Lunch, which is priced at $23.95, runs all the way until 3 p.m. Dinner is $27.95, or $34.95 for a premium option that includes sashimi . The menu includes over-the-top sushi rolls, nigiri, oysters, and more.

Goyemon Sushi House

This simple, tasteful sushi restaurant serves its AYCE for $24.95 at lunch or $29.95 at dinner. The menu includes nigiri, rolls, and side dishes such as teriyaki chicken, fried calamari, and mini bowls of curry and udon.

Jjanga Steak & Sushi

Jjanga is a sushi and hibachi restaurant that offers AYCE sushi all day, with lunch priced at $26.95 and dinner priced at $39.95. The menu includes sashimi, rolls, appetizers, and items that are not often seen on AYCE menus, such as sushi burritos and uni.

Top Sushi & Oyster

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Henderson’s Top Sushi & Oyster serves an expansive AYCE menu priced at $22.99 for lunch and between $27.99 and $30.99 for dinner. Diners can take a seat beneath the cherry blossom trees and order fried rolls, grilled rolls, and sushi burritos plus nigiri, edamame, Korean fried chicken, and even french fries.

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888 JAPANESE BBQ

Because it’s a barbecue spot in addition to AYCE sushi, 888 barbecue has three levels of unlimited: $24.95 for angus, $28.95 for prime, and $39.95 for kobe. The prices coincide with the quality of beef, but if you’re in it for the sushi, get the lowest tier and go to town on the sushi rolls.

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