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The 16 Essential Las Vegas Sushi Restaurants

Where to eat terrific sushi in Las Vegas

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Despite being in the middle of the desert, Las Vegas sure knows how to source its sushi. Quality sushi is just that, eaten without chopsticks, and forgoing soy sauce. Try freshwater types of sushi whenever possible. Here are 16 of the essential sushi restaurants in Las Vegas where diners can find some of the best fish around.

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Sushi Hiroyoshi

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Classically trained in Japan, sushi chef Hiro-san delivers premium sashimi, sushi, maki, and more. Available for takeout and dine-in, but keep in mind, this dining room is small.

Sushi Hiroyoshi
Sushi Hiroyoshi
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Yu-Or-Mi Sushi Bar

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For sushi in the Arts District, head to Yu-Or-Mi. Plenty of nigiri, classic and signature rolls, and shareable appetizers make the menu, which also features plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. Order a whiskey cocktail or local beer to sip alongside your meal.

Kaiseki Yuzu

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Chef Kaoru Azeuchi’s kaiseki offers multi-course meals ordered three days in advance as well as an a la carte menu with sushi and nigiri. Order takeout online or make a reservation for dine-in service.

A gold box with chirashi sushi
Chirashi sushi at Kaiseki Yuzu
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Yui Edomae

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One of the most amazing sushi experiences in Chinatown starts here at Yui Edomae. The edomae, which refers to the many delicacies caught in Tokyo Bay, sushi restaurant from Gen Mizoguchi features sophisticated, high-end sushi highlighting fresh fish flown in from Japan served in a simple setting. Dine-in options only.

Six pieces of sushi on two banana leaves
Sushi at Yui Edomae Sushi
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Sushi Kame

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Diners can order kaiseki and omakase options three days in advance at Chinatown’s Sushi Kame. A la carte options range from salmon or snapper carpaccio to sea urchin shooters with sake. Customers can make a reservation for dine-in service or order takeout at 702-771-0122

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Sushi at Kame
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Not only does Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas offer sushi and sashimi, but the restaurant has a robatayaki bar and a teppanyaki room. Request to sit at the pagoda next to the waterfall.

Sushi at Mizumi
Sushi at Mizumi
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Kabuto Edomae Sushi

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The sushi flown in from of the bay of Tokyo is some of the freshest and best you will find in Las Vegas. Yes, you should order the omakase at $175 or $120, some of the best deals in town. Reservations for dine-in service available one week in advance.

Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace

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Chef Nobu Matsuhisa chose Caesars Palace as the spot to not only only his largest Nobu in the world, but his first hotel to boot. Bonus, this is the only Nobu with teppanyaki tables. Must-orders include Nobu's yellowtail with jalapeño, artichoke salad, Japanese snapper with dry miso, and rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce. Go even more decadent with a truffle tasting experience menu or the imported A5 Japanese Wagyu banquet prepared on teppanyaki tables. Also at Virgin Hotels.

A very simple plating of sushi dishes
Sushi options at Nobu
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Yellowtail

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Snowboarding pro turned chef Akira Back worked under Masaharu Morimoto, Brian Nagao, and Nobu Matsuhisa before bringing Yellowtail to Las Vegas. Now he has his own line of sake along with some of the best sushi in Las Vegas. A 25-by-13-foot bronze wall-mounted installation of the dorsal side of the yellowtail fish sits near the entrance, while a view of the Fountains at Bellagio accompanies the meal. Dine in only.

Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
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Morimoto

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Morimoto originally opened in 2016 with a menu that blends Eastern and Western flavors. Customers can choose to dine at the sushi bar, main dining room, or teppan tables, and when the restaurant opened, it marked the first time the Iron Chef brought his iron griddle menu to the world. The sushi menu features the Morimoto sashimi, which combines seared toro, salmon, eel, tuna, hamachi, and five sauces, along with some vegetarian options. On the entrees side of the menu, customers find braised black cod with ginger-soy reduction and Duck Duck Goose with a duck meatball soup with duck confit fried rice and gooseberry compote. Of course, stunners include ishi yaki buri bop with yellowtail on rice cooked at your table in a hot stone bowl and a 54-ounce tomahawk rib-eye steak.

A salad wrapped in a husk
Morimoto salad
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Sushi House Goyemon

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As far as all-you-can-eat sushi goes, it’s tough to beat the menu at Goyemon. This locals’ favorite boasts an expansive menu and creative rolls. The dinner menu for all-you-can-eat is $31.95 and that includes nigiri, rolls, and sides — with loads of options for variety and sauce.

Jjanga Steak & Sushi

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Another locals’ favorite, Jjanga garnered the internet’s attention a few years ago when it debuted its sushi burger. The restaurant serves a good number of Instagram-ready choices including sushi pizza, burritos, sliders, and multi-layer sushi towers, but its menu also offers more traditional and refined bites.

A sushi burger, made with salmon and rice between two panko crusted rice buns.
Jjanga Steak & Sushi
Jjanga Sushi & Bar

Soho Japanese Restaurant

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Chef John Chien Lee left the now-defunct Social House to open this neighborhood gem in the Southwest. Try the yellowtail yuzu, garlic soft shell crab, or white fish ponzu at Soho Japanese Restaurant. Dine in, takeout, and delivery available.

A plate filled with sushi
Soho Japanese Restaurant sushi
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Tokyo Boys

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Henderson’s best sushi is served in a diner-like setting where comfortable booths and a chrome counter play host to sushi by chef and owner Hirofumi Miyoshi. A whiteboard shows daily specials, and maki, specialty rolls, and lots of cooked appetizers balance out a meat.

Sushi Hiro

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For fresh sashimi and delicate plating, this understated neighborhood sushi restaurant is worth a visit. Leave the decision-making to the chef and order a charashi for a box of sashimi, egg custard, and vegetables. Or, for $39, order the sashimi dinner for a variety of generous cuts of sashimi with white rice.

Hiroba Sushi

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Former Fish N Bowl chef Howard Choi is now behind the sushi counter at Hiroba Sushi. Fans love the lemon roll and spicy rainbow roll. While the black rice on some rolls is visually stunning, the yellowtail collar is not to be missed.

Hiroba Sushi
Hiroba Sushi
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Sushi Hiroyoshi

Sushi Hiroyoshi
Sushi Hiroyoshi
Sushi Hiroyoshi [Official Site]

Classically trained in Japan, sushi chef Hiro-san delivers premium sashimi, sushi, maki, and more. Available for takeout and dine-in, but keep in mind, this dining room is small.

Sushi Hiroyoshi
Sushi Hiroyoshi
Sushi Hiroyoshi [Official Site]

Yu-Or-Mi Sushi Bar

For sushi in the Arts District, head to Yu-Or-Mi. Plenty of nigiri, classic and signature rolls, and shareable appetizers make the menu, which also features plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. Order a whiskey cocktail or local beer to sip alongside your meal.

Kaiseki Yuzu

A gold box with chirashi sushi
Chirashi sushi at Kaiseki Yuzu
Kaiseki Yuzu/Facebook

Chef Kaoru Azeuchi’s kaiseki offers multi-course meals ordered three days in advance as well as an a la carte menu with sushi and nigiri. Order takeout online or make a reservation for dine-in service.

A gold box with chirashi sushi
Chirashi sushi at Kaiseki Yuzu
Kaiseki Yuzu/Facebook

Yui Edomae

Six pieces of sushi on two banana leaves
Sushi at Yui Edomae Sushi
Yui Edomae Sushi/Facebook

One of the most amazing sushi experiences in Chinatown starts here at Yui Edomae. The edomae, which refers to the many delicacies caught in Tokyo Bay, sushi restaurant from Gen Mizoguchi features sophisticated, high-end sushi highlighting fresh fish flown in from Japan served in a simple setting. Dine-in options only.

Six pieces of sushi on two banana leaves
Sushi at Yui Edomae Sushi
Yui Edomae Sushi/Facebook

Sushi Kame

A variety of sushi dishes at a restaurant
Sushi at Kame
Kame/Facebook

Diners can order kaiseki and omakase options three days in advance at Chinatown’s Sushi Kame. A la carte options range from salmon or snapper carpaccio to sea urchin shooters with sake. Customers can make a reservation for dine-in service or order takeout at 702-771-0122

A variety of sushi dishes at a restaurant
Sushi at Kame
Kame/Facebook

Mizumi

Sushi at Mizumi
Sushi at Mizumi
Jeff Green

Not only does Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas offer sushi and sashimi, but the restaurant has a robatayaki bar and a teppanyaki room. Request to sit at the pagoda next to the waterfall.

Sushi at Mizumi
Sushi at Mizumi
Jeff Green

Kabuto Edomae Sushi

The sushi flown in from of the bay of Tokyo is some of the freshest and best you will find in Las Vegas. Yes, you should order the omakase at $175 or $120, some of the best deals in town. Reservations for dine-in service available one week in advance.

Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace

A very simple plating of sushi dishes
Sushi options at Nobu
Nobu/Instagram

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa chose Caesars Palace as the spot to not only only his largest Nobu in the world, but his first hotel to boot. Bonus, this is the only Nobu with teppanyaki tables. Must-orders include Nobu's yellowtail with jalapeño, artichoke salad, Japanese snapper with dry miso, and rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce. Go even more decadent with a truffle tasting experience menu or the imported A5 Japanese Wagyu banquet prepared on teppanyaki tables. Also at Virgin Hotels.

A very simple plating of sushi dishes
Sushi options at Nobu
Nobu/Instagram

Yellowtail

Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Snowboarding pro turned chef Akira Back worked under Masaharu Morimoto, Brian Nagao, and Nobu Matsuhisa before bringing Yellowtail to Las Vegas. Now he has his own line of sake along with some of the best sushi in Las Vegas. A 25-by-13-foot bronze wall-mounted installation of the dorsal side of the yellowtail fish sits near the entrance, while a view of the Fountains at Bellagio accompanies the meal. Dine in only.

Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
Lobster and tuna roll at Yellowtail
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Morimoto

A salad wrapped in a husk
Morimoto salad
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Morimoto originally opened in 2016 with a menu that blends Eastern and Western flavors. Customers can choose to dine at the sushi bar, main dining room, or teppan tables, and when the restaurant opened, it marked the first time the Iron Chef brought his iron griddle menu to the world. The sushi menu features the Morimoto sashimi, which combines seared toro, salmon, eel, tuna, hamachi, and five sauces, along with some vegetarian options. On the entrees side of the menu, customers find braised black cod with ginger-soy reduction and Duck Duck Goose with a duck meatball soup with duck confit fried rice and gooseberry compote. Of course, stunners include ishi yaki buri bop with yellowtail on rice cooked at your table in a hot stone bowl and a 54-ounce tomahawk rib-eye steak.

A salad wrapped in a husk
Morimoto salad
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Sushi House Goyemon

As far as all-you-can-eat sushi goes, it’s tough to beat the menu at Goyemon. This locals’ favorite boasts an expansive menu and creative rolls. The dinner menu for all-you-can-eat is $31.95 and that includes nigiri, rolls, and sides — with loads of options for variety and sauce.

Jjanga Steak & Sushi

A sushi burger, made with salmon and rice between two panko crusted rice buns.
Jjanga Steak & Sushi
Jjanga Sushi & Bar

Another locals’ favorite, Jjanga garnered the internet’s attention a few years ago when it debuted its sushi burger. The restaurant serves a good number of Instagram-ready choices including sushi pizza, burritos, sliders, and multi-layer sushi towers, but its menu also offers more traditional and refined bites.

A sushi burger, made with salmon and rice between two panko crusted rice buns.
Jjanga Steak & Sushi
Jjanga Sushi & Bar

Soho Japanese Restaurant

A plate filled with sushi
Soho Japanese Restaurant sushi
Soho Japanese Restaurant/Facebook

Chef John Chien Lee left the now-defunct Social House to open this neighborhood gem in the Southwest. Try the yellowtail yuzu, garlic soft shell crab, or white fish ponzu at Soho Japanese Restaurant. Dine in, takeout, and delivery available.

A plate filled with sushi
Soho Japanese Restaurant sushi
Soho Japanese Restaurant/Facebook

Tokyo Boys

Henderson’s best sushi is served in a diner-like setting where comfortable booths and a chrome counter play host to sushi by chef and owner Hirofumi Miyoshi. A whiteboard shows daily specials, and maki, specialty rolls, and lots of cooked appetizers balance out a meat.

Sushi Hiro

For fresh sashimi and delicate plating, this understated neighborhood sushi restaurant is worth a visit. Leave the decision-making to the chef and order a charashi for a box of sashimi, egg custard, and vegetables. Or, for $39, order the sashimi dinner for a variety of generous cuts of sashimi with white rice.

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Hiroba Sushi

Hiroba Sushi
Hiroba Sushi
Hiroba Sushi/Facebook

Former Fish N Bowl chef Howard Choi is now behind the sushi counter at Hiroba Sushi. Fans love the lemon roll and spicy rainbow roll. While the black rice on some rolls is visually stunning, the yellowtail collar is not to be missed.

Hiroba Sushi
Hiroba Sushi
Hiroba Sushi/Facebook

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