The Best Sushi Restaurants in Las Vegas are just around the corner
Las Vegas might be a desert city, but this town sure knows how to serve some rolls.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve never met a piece of sushi I didn’t like. If you’re also obsessed with sushi-like me, then you’ve come to the right place.
I’m about to turn you on to some of the best places for sushi in Las Vegas. You might be wondering, what sushi restaurants are near me?
Whether you’re visiting, local, or just passing by, this is the post for you.
Sushi Places Near Me in Las Vegas
What we’ll cover:
-What sushi places near me? On and off the strip
-All the Sushi Facts you need to know.
What sushi places are near me?
Below is a list of some of the most popular sushi restaurants in Las Vegas. These are some of the top-rated sushi bars by locals and visitors alike.
*Please check online before visiting any of these places to find out new rules, hours, and restrictions.
Off the Strip
Naked Fish- If you live on or near Durango Dr. you might be familiar with this intimate restaurant. If not, and you’re looking for some sushi near me, check out Naked Fish! Check out their Instagram and you’ll see why this is a go-to spot for many.
Umiya- This elevated culinary sushi experience will leave your belly very full and oh so happy. Located a block away from the Palms Hotel & Casino on W. Flamingo Road. Umiya is one of the original All-You-Can-Eat-Sushi restaurants in Las Vegas so expect endless amounts of high-quality sushi. Follow their Instagram for a behind the scenes look into how they make their famous rolls and the ultimate sushi porn.
Jjanga- This Sushi Bar and Japanese steakhouse are always packed. If you plan on dining in, show up early. This is a local favorite for AYCE Sushi, Hibachi Grill, and Drinks. If you’re a sushi lover, order their sushi slider, sushi tower, or sushi burrito and thank me later.
More off the strip sushi restaurants…
Other Mama- This is the ultimate sushi raw bar, sashimi, and libations located on S. Durango. Some of their menu items include 7 pieces of nigiri roll/combo, tuna tartare, and sashimi salad.
Sen of Japan- If you’re located on or near Desert Inn Road, this is one of your “sushi places near me” option and it’s a good one. This is a casual Japanese restaurant & Bar with unique menu items and special rolls.
Sushi Fever- Sushi fever has been in the Las Vegas community since 1997. This place is a must-visit for their Yellowtail with Jalapeño & the Carrot Top roll. Yum! Come hungry and order the sake to accompany your fish.
Soho Japanese Restaurant- Soho specializes in its sushi burritos which is a combination of Japanese and Mexican cuisine. Soho Sushi Burrito has three locations in Las Vegas and one in Reno, Nevada. Locations include Sahara and I-15, Jones and 2-15, the Student Union at UNLV. #itsSOHOgood
Las Vegas Strip
Tao- This Las Vegas hot spot is the perfect place for a night out with your friends. Although the sushi is a small part of their menu, Tao could not go unnoticed in this list. Sushi menu times include fatty tuna, smoked sake salmon, and sea scallops. Accompany your sushi with a specialty cocktail such as the Lychee Martini and you have yourself a party.
Mizumi– Located in the Wynn hotel is a beautifully innovated Japanese dining experience. Expect to be seated in a private garden with views of a giant waterfall. Mizumi is on the pricier side so if you’re looking for an elegant night out with sushi, this is it.
Zuma is a contemporary Japanese Izakaya restaurant and bar. In 2017 Zuma received the Eater award for Design of the Year for their vibrant design. Located in the Cosmopolitan in an accessible dining destination makes it easy and comfortable to locate.
Yellowtail – This is fine dining, business casual experience located in the beautiful Bellagio hotel. This is another upscale dining experience for your next Vegas night out. Menu items include Kobe beef tataki, toro caviar, and bigeye tuna pizza.
As you can see by this list, there are plenty of sushi options for a desert city. This list does not even scratch the surface. If you have more recommendations, feel free to share them below.
Random Sushi Facts You Need To Know
- Sushi originated outside of Japan
- Sushi Began as cheap fast food
- Even fresh sushi is frozen first. Don’t buy raw salmon and make a poke bowl…freeze it first.
- Wasting soy sauce is a no-no. Pour a small amount in your dish and refill as you need.
- Nigiri should be eaten upside down
- Sushi meals did not always start with Miso. In fact, Miso is more of breakfast food in Japan.
- Pickled ginger is dyed pink.
Which one of these facts is your favorite? If you have more, leave it below. I would love to hear. 🙂