Sushi Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Sake Rok, located in The Park, serves sushi, tempura, specialty rolls, steaks, sashimi and more. The Togarashi Scottish salmon is a must-try. Reservations required for groups of eight or more.
Located in the Rio Hotel and Casino, 172 is an intimate live music venue featuring both local and nationally acclaimed bands. Also a full service restaurant and bar, 172 serves elevated Asian Fusion cuisine, sushi, and elegant craft cocktails.
Paradise Buffet and Cafe is a buffet restaurant located on the famous Fremont Street in Las Vegas Nevada. Guests can choose between diner fare & an all-you-can-eat seafood-centric buffet in island-themed digs.
Mizumi is a 4-star, award-winning restaurant that looks over a private Japanese garden surrounding an idyllic koi pond. It is also one of only three restaurants in America, two of which are at Wynn Las Vegas, that offer certified authentic Kobe beef.
Chef Kenny's restaurant was established in 2018. They have authentic vegetarian/vegan food and the meats are made from vegetables so no worries there. They have a wide variety of selections, and there customer service is excellent.
Kaiseki Yuzu offers traditional high-end cooking style serving alcohol and beer that caters to dietary needs including meat varieties with vegan and vegetarian options in a relaxed, upscale atmosphere. Reservations are required for the kaiseki room.
Chef Dan Krohmer was trained in the art of Sushi in Japan and established Other Mama in 2015 to express his culinary skills with twists to the original recipes. Try the spicy tuna tartare with waffle fries for a great flavorful experience.