Las Vegas restaurants encompass every type of cuisine, and sushi is no exception. Along the Strip, you’ll find a wealth of sushi restaurants that pride themselves in serving artfully prepared dishes in elegant surroundings. Off the Strip, you’ll still find delicious sushi restaurants, but in more casual surroundings.
Along the Strip, Japanese restaurants serve outstanding sushi, sashimi, and other dishes in upscale, beautiful surroundings. Mizumi at the Wynn is the renovated and reopened Okada, but the serene and lovely waterfalls have remained. At upscale restaurants like Shibuya, Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant, and barMasa at Aria, the atmosphere is as important as the food, and just as artfully rendered.
Well-known sushi and Japanese restaurants have migrated to Las Vegas, opening locations in the city. Celebrity Chef Nobu Matsuhisa lends his name to the well-known Nobu at the Hard Rock, bringing his signature style and expertise to the delicious dishes. At The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the New York favorite Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill brings its expansive menu to the hotel’s collection of trend-setting restaurants. SUSHISAMBA strip combines Japanese and South American flavors to offer diners a truly unique menu found in only a few places.
Off the Strip, the menu selections are still mouth-watering, but diners can enjoy a more laid-back, less expensive experience. Naked Fish’s and Sen of Japan are a short drive from the Strip, but these locals’ favorites are gaining a foothold among visitors. With sushi, sashimi, and Japanese food that’s as delicious as anything you can find on the Strip, Naked Fish’s and Sen of Japan’s food make it worth the drive.
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