The Top 5 Never-ending Sushi Feasts in Vegas

On top of being the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas is an oasis of complete indulgence. You can’t plan an authentic Las Vegas vacation without casinos, clubs and buffets. Home to some of the best buffets in the country, the “All You Can Eat” trend in Las Vegas certainly hasn’t died down. And because we see visitors from all over the world on a daily basis, Sin City also happens to have a flair for providing luxurious and exotic cuisine. With world-class restaurants, such as Nobu and Restaurant Guy Savoy, at the forefront of Las Vegas cuisine, you would think that experiencing exotic, lavish food might be a bit out of your budget. Luckily, Vegas has perfected the art of pairing the “All You Can Eat” trend with extravagant cuisine. There are a ton of Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas that offer delicious All You Can Eat specials that won’t break the bank. Why should you have to spend $20 on two sushi rolls when you can spend $20 on as many rolls as you want? Because we’re experts at providing killer bargains, we’ve compiled a list of the best sushi restaurants in Vegas so you can feast like a god.

1. Yama Sushi

Located just above the University of Las Vegas, this popular restaurant offers fresh sushi and $20 All You Can Eat lunch specials. Delectable mochi ice cream is included in the deal, which makes for the perfect ending to an amazing lunch.

2. Sushi House Goyemon

Sushi House Goyemon provides quality sushi and friendly service at an extremely affordable All-You-Can-Eat price. With such an extensive menu, you’re bound to find something to fulfill your sushi craving needs here. Although you’ll probably want to work your way through the extensive sushi menu, definitely save room for dessert! The lychee sorbet, tempura ice cream and green tea creme brûlée are sweet treats that you can’t miss out on.

3. Sushi Kaya

You’re going to want to make your way to Chinatown at some point, even it’s just for Sushi Kaya. This hole-in-the-wall Japanese restaurant and sushi bar provides an intimate atmosphere that’s perfect for date night or an evening out with a close group of friends. The sushi here is tasty and cheeky, with names such as the Sex on the Beach Roll and the Viagra Roll. Sushi Kaya’s menu is huge, which provides a ton of exciting options for you to choose from.


If you’re in need of some great service and imaginative sushi, stop what you’re doing and head over to JJANGA. The service at this cozy, relaxed restaurant is consistently friendly and the waitstaff will always make you feel like you’re at home in no time. While you’re indulging in fun creations, such as the Monkey Burrito and the Freshmen Roll, you can also sip on some grapefruit sake. Even if you don’t like grapefruit, you’re bound to fall in love with this sake.

5. Island Sushi and Grill

Although the All You Can Eat sushi special here is convenient and tasty, this restaurant offers so many other great menu options as well. While you’re here, definitely treat yourself to sushi rolls, such as the black widow, but try some of their fresh poke as well. Because this place is also a Hawaiian restaurant, don’t miss out on the malasada sundae and tempura ice cream.