There are three types of specialty rolls: deep-fried, baked, and raw. Also, there is sushi nigiri. A variety of small bite-sized appetizers are available. You can also order takeout, but this isn't all you can eat. Sushi Koma's location west of Las Vegas Strip is Sushi Koma. The restaurant is small, but it offers many different types of sushi. The name says it all, they will make sure you have your fair share.


Each dish will be delivered by hand to you when you order the omakase. They are not open until 9:30pm so it is a good idea to reserve in advance. You can also order takeout. Sen of Japan is an informal Japanese restaurant that serves sushi alongside other entrees including steak and seafood. The menu is designed by Nakano Hiromi who was once a chef at Nobu.

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sushi club all you can eat






Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar should be visited if you are located near the Red Rock Hotel. This restaurant offers fresh sushi rolls and seasonal sashimi. They also offer burgers, wings, and other food options. This makes it an excellent choice for those who don't all want to eat sushi. There are different sections on the menu that offer east and west-coast fish. You can choose from a wide variety of options. If you don’t want to eat meat, there’s also a yasai or vegetarian sushi section.

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There is a wide selection of Asian Fusion cuisines and AYCE Sushi options. You can choose from salmon, white tuna and shrimp as well as yellowtail, yellowtail, albacore, yellowtail and eel. Sushi 21 allows pickup and delivery. Sushi Ichiban, the only all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant in downtown Las Vegas, is Sushi Ichiban. It is located at the El Cortez Hotel and Casino. They offer AYCE sushi starting at $29.95. This is quite affordable for a hotel-based restaurant.

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Sushi Neko's all you can eat lunch special is a great choice. It costs $23.95 and there's an AYCE dinner option that costs $27.95 It can get very crowded at 6pm so make sure you arrive early. Yama is the only all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. It is located right across from Resorts World, next to Tacos El Gordo. You can get a wide range of specialty rolls, hand rolls and nigiri at a very affordable $27.95 (dinner is $30.95).

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They use fresh ingredients, from daily imported seafood from Japan to premium Wagyu meat. Although this is a basic restaurant, the food here is amazing. Mizumi can be found at Wynn as a luxury sushi bar. They have a huge selection of sushi and sashimi as well as tempura, robatayaki or Wagyu steak. Mizumi even has vegetarian dishes. Look at their amazing sake and wine selections for beverages.

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Its Sushi offers All You Can Eat Sushi for $22 per head during lunch and dinner. You can order dinner AYCE sushi for $29 and it's available all day. There are many sushi options on the menu, including surf clams, tobikos, ama ebi oysters, squids, ono superwhite eel, albacore and lemon salmon. Sushi Joe's closes Sundays, but opens Tuesday and Wednesday. Sushi Joe offers lunch Bento bowls that include rice, house salad and crispy sprouts. You can also choose from chicken teriyaki and chicken katsu as well as beef teriyaki and salmon teriyaki.

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