If you crave sushi as I do you'll be very pleased to find some of the best Sushi options anywhere right on the Las Vegas strip. Sashimi, hand cut rolls, sushi and creative approaches to preparing fresh fish delight you at the sushi restaurants in Las Vegas.
Japanese cuisine is not just sushi so you'll be greeted with some very impressive menus at each these spots for sushi in Las Vegas.
While Morimoto has sushi that must be on your radar, the approach to Japanese cuisine is so refined and brilliant that just sticking with the fish would be a crime. Branch out to the treasures of the menu and you'll be in a food coma worthy of the best of the best. This will be your new go to Japanese restaurant in Las Vegas as it is now among the very best restaurants on the strip.
Nobu at Caesars Palace
This is serious eating and you'll probably pay just a bit more for it. The atmosphere is a party waiting to bust out and the food is exactly what you are looking for if you are a sushi lover. They do i right and you will only be concerned with spending too much.
The room is sexy and the food is meant for socializing. This sushi experience at Cosmopolitan resort is a modern take on Japanese cuisine and it is like stepping into a Las Vegas lounge that serves you great food while motivating you to dance and mingle. Go there with friends because the more the merrier!
This is my new favorite spot for sushi in Las Vegas because it's casual, fun and better priced than most of the other spots on this list. Chef Akira Back is amazing and he bends the rules enough to make your palate excited.
Nobu at the Hard Rock Hotel
This is where fusion cuisine is created. Nobu is the master and most everyone has a little Nobu in them. If you want sushi that has been created by the master this is where you will be heading when searching for Sushi in Las Vegas.
Yellowtail Restaurant sushi Las Vegas
Upscale Sushi at the Bellagio Las Vegas with Chef Akira Back and his inventive style that takes you to the edge of experimentation when it comes to food preparation and presentation.
I was enamored with the Chef Matsu Special since day one but since I have grown very fond of the Hamachi Chili with Yellow tail as well as the Wazuzu Roll that has just the right amount of eel spread across the top of it. Prices for sushi at Wazuzu can get a little outrageous so make sure to consider that when ordering. You'll get some great quality but that does come at a price.
Sushi Roku at the Forum Shops Las Vegas
I could live on the Crunchy Spicy Tuna Roll but my wife insists I try everything. She seems to always be right because Sushi Roku in Las Vegas is consistently excellent. Put some faith in your server and find out what is really pleasing the patrons on any particular day. Try what you might not otherwise go for and you will be surprised.
SushiSamba Las Vegas at the Palazzo
You can have simple sushi at your favorite sushi joint back home. At SushiSamba you will be treated to an adventure in sushi. Fuse the culinary delights of three cultures and you end up with a Sushi restaurant that will transport you to a different level of fabulous.