Each plate taken off the conveyor belt is $3 and you can have as many as your heart desires. Once you're done eating, the server will return to total it all for you. For a complete meal, you won't usually pay more than $20-30. Yui Edomae in Chinatown Plaza is another high-end spot for sushi. The restaurant is known for its Japanese traditional omotenashi services, which means they are fully committed to their guests.


Children under 5 years of age can eat here free of charge when you dine-in. But, you can order online for pickup and delivery. Although the prices are more expensive than local sushi restaurants, the quality of the food is good and it's easy to order online. Goyemon's location is near Mandalay Bay in the Las Vegas Strip. This is a popular spot where you can get all-you could eat sushi, particularly around 7pm when business is at its peak. They offer sushi, nigiri, tempura and vegetable rolls.

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las vegas conveyor belt sushi







Hayashi Japanese Cuisine offers one of the most affordable AYCE sushi lunch specials available in Las Vegas. For $20, you can get as many sushi rolls as you like. You can get as many sushi rolls as you like from AYCE, including poke, sashimi platters and roll platters. Delivery and takeout are also available, but delivery is limited to 5 miles from the restaurant. If you stay on the Strip, delivery is usually possible. Las Vegas is home to many quality sushi restaurants. There are many places to eat at affordable and luxury sushi restaurants all along the Strip.

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OTORO, a sushi bar located in the Mirage, is intimate. This restaurant is famous for its great service and delicious bite-sized meals. OTORO is a good choice if you want to share a small meal with friends. They offer rolls, sushi, and nigiri. While the selections are not as extensive as other sushi restaurants, they are still very affordable. I loved their entree selections which included Chilean Sea Bass (wagyu steak), filet mignon and salmon.

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yama sushi las vegas spring mountain

yama sushi las vegas spring mountain







These skewers are delicious! I loved the scallop and bacon skewers. The all you can eat menu is not for you. You can choose the a-la carte menu which offers healthy portions. Umami is a AYCE Sushi restaurant in the northern part of Las Vegas. It is quite a distance from the Strip but it is one of my favorite local sushi spots. I frequent this spot often and can't praise it enough.

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The restaurant offers a modern menu, which is prepared in three different kitchens: the main, robata grill and sushi counter. Zuma offers omakase and sashimi as well as maki rolls. If you're looking for a prepared meal, they also offer Wagyu, lobster, and ribeye steak. Morimoto can be found inside the MGM Grand. It is named after Masaharu Morimoto (original star of The Iron Chef). This is one of the most memorable dining experiences in Vegas thanks to his distinct personality.

good sushi places in vegas