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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