Top Sushi Restaurants

World-class sushi in the middle of the desert? Yes, it’s true. Las Vegas’ top sushi restaurants fly in the freshest seafood every day, so you can enjoy your favorite rolls during your trip. In some cases, fish is flown in all the way from Japan. Now that’s a commitment to quality!

Grab your chopsticks, order up some sake, soy sauce up, and get ready for our list of Las Vegas’ best sushi restaurants.

  even include the sushi! Order your favorite rolls a la carte to get just what you want.



Nobu at Caesars Palace or Hard Rock Hotel

World-famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s first Las Vegas location, at the Hard Rock Hotel, was so popular, he opened a second location at Caesars Palace in 2013, and it’s the world’s largest Nobu. While the menu is packed with delicious Japanese fare, if it’s sushi you’re searching for, grab a seat at the sushi bar and prepare yourself for a feast. We like the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño and the blue fin toro tartare with caviar.



Sushi Roku at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

For sushi with a view, check out the conveniently located Sushi Roku. Its dining room boasts awesome views of the Strip, which are best enjoyed over your favorite beer or sake. The views aren’t the only thing to admire at Sushi Roku. The sushi dishes themselves are straight up gorgeous—you might even think twice about digging in, but just go for it. We recommend ordering the six- or eight-piece signature style sushi, which is the master chef’s custom creation for the night.





Kumi at Mandalay Bay

Michelin-awarded Chef Akira Back’s Kumi wows with modern Japanese food with Korean-American touches, and it’s best experienced family-style. Start with shared appetizer plates like tuna tataki or kobe beef tacos, then move on to the main event: sushi that doesn’t take itself too seriously. We love the hot mess roll, which is crab, avocado, sashimi poke, and Screaming O Sauce. And in tribute to Bond movies, the 007 Octopussy roll is a combination of crab salad, spicy octopus, and crispy potatoes.



Yellowtail at Bellagio

Also from Chef Akira Back, the stylish Yellowtail at Bellagio is as famous for its cuisine as for its décor, which includes a giant 25-foot by 13-foot bronze entry wall and beautiful views of the Bellagio Fountains. Seasonal fish and fresh ingredients are flown in every day from markets around the world, and they’ve also gone to the far reaches of the globe to build their extensive sake collection.



Tao at Venetian

Tao isn’t just a place to grab a quick bite—it’s a full-on Las Vegas experience. One part trendy dinner spot, one part nightlife mecca, and one part beach club, it’s a must-visit for the see-and-be-seen set. Tao’s menu includes Chinese, Thai, and Japanese dishes, plus Asian-inspired cocktails. Their sushi list is as long as the line to get into the nightclub around midnight, and features everything from straight-up sashimi to Instagram-worthy special rolls.



Sushisamba in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo

Sushisamba features, well, pan-everything cuisine, taking inspiration from Brazilian, Peruvian, and Japanese culinary traditions. Whatever you pick, you’re in for a flavorful adventure, and it’s never just your standard California roll. The rolls boast truly unique flavor combinations, like the Amazonia, which includes collard greens, Portobello mushroom, takuwan, cucumber, avocado, and wasabi-onion soy sauce.

Mizumi at Wynn

With views of a Japanese garden from almost every vantage point, Mizumi transports you to a world of ornate beauty, with three separate dining experiences: a robatayaki bar, a teppanyaki room, and a main dining room serving up ocean-fresh sushi and sashimi. Reserve a table ahead of time and try and snag a table near the 90-foot waterfall and koi pond.