Sushi is one of the most delicious cuisines in Las Vegas, and the destination offers countless spots to grab a roll (or sashimi, some edamame—whatever you desire). Here is where you should be ordering sushi in Las Vegas.
WAKUDA at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Michelin-starred chef Tetsuya Wakuda marries French culinary techniques with the Japanese philosophy of “shun”—using seasonal ingredients at their peak—at his eponymous restaurant. Sourcing the finest seafood from around the world, the menu is complete with offerings of sushi, nigiri, sashimi, yakimono and more.
RA Sushi Bar Restaurant at Fashion Show Las Vegas
This restaurant, situated right on Las Vegas Boulevard offers visitors a dining experience with fantastic people-watching opportunities. You’re in Las Vegas, so why not celebrate with a Viva Las Vegas Roll? Rolled crab with cream cheese is lightly battered with tempura and topped with spicy tuna, crab mix, sliced lotus root and sweet eel sauce. Yum!
Nobu at Paris Las Vegas
The longstanding brand has found another home at Paris Las Vegas—and considering chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s track record, it’s no surprise another location would pop up in Las Vegas. Experience the new space’s environs while enjoying the chef’s spectacular scallop sashimi among other favorites. Get the inside scoop from the team at VEGAS ON below.
Morimoto at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
This restaurant from revered restaurateur and chef Masaharu Morimoto, offers a delicate ambiance which is mimicked in its fabulous dining presentations. For an ultimately decadent meal, opt for one of the caviar sushi selections. You’ll be soy in love.
Sushi Roku Las Vegas at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
This center-Strip sushi spot is a perfect place to lunch at—and with its luxe offerings, it’s equally suited for nighttime dining with someone special. Go for the Katana roll, which features spicy tuna and shrimp tempura topped with tuna and yellowtail. Don’t be shellfish, be sure to order enough for the table.
FUHU at Resorts World Las Vegas
FUHU offers a contemporary approach with an elevated mixology program. Heat things up and go for something new with the Spicy Salmon roll. Just roll with it and order two while you’re at it.
Just a quick trip from the Strip is this popular spot, which is small in size—don’t worry if you see a line! The wait is worth it, and the yuzu yellowtail sushi might just prove that.
Whether you prefer a casual or an upscale environment, Vegas has plenty of options for all sushi lovers. Once you’ve secured reservations, make a night out of it and secure plans for a fabulous show or tickets to one of the destination’s world-class nightclubs.