Best Sushi in Las Vegas - | Las Vegas Nightlife
While you are in Vegas at some point you are going to have to eat in between the nightclubs, dayclubs and pool parties and there are few things better than sushi. While almost every hotel in Las Vegas offers some kind of sushi restaurant these are what we consider the best sushi in Las Vegas. All of the sushi restaurants listed below have great food, fresh fish and a good lounge and most of these restaurants listed below close to a number of nightclubs.
Blue Ribbon at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Is an award-winning sushi citadel and Japanese kitchen. They offer their trademark array of dramatically prepared sushi and sashimi. Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill offers their signature dishes such as the famous beef marrow bones, fried chicken with wasabi honey, bone-in steak, and miso lobster. Blue Ribbon is located on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas directly across from STK of Las Vegas and opens every day at 5pm and closes Sunday to Thursday at 1am and Friday & Saturday at 2am. Blue Ribbon is the creation of chefs and restaurateurs, Eric & Bruce Bromberg. Blue Ribbon is located just a little ways from Marquee Las Vegas.
Yellowtail Japanese at Bellagio Resort
The creation of Chef Akira Back, a Korea Native that was raised in Colorado. Yellow Tail opened in 2008 at the Bellagio Resort and is located right next to the Bank, Fix and the North Valet at the Bellagio. The Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Lounge menu is of authentic traditional and modern Japanese cuisine dishes includes seasonal fish and ingredients flown in daily from the finest markets and purveyors around the world, showcased in sushi, sashimi, tempura and hand rolls. Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant also serves an abundant selection of specialty sakes, wines and cocktails. You will recognize Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge’s 25 foot by 13 foot bronze wall-mounted installation of the dorsal side of the yellowtail fish greets you at the entrance. Chef Akira Back creates a selection of innovative dishes inspired by his global travels and experiences working with industry greats, such as Nobu and Morimoto. Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge also offers a hand-selection extensive sake collection, encompassing several different types from the classic to the avant-garde from across Japan. Yellowtail is located directly across from the Bank Las Vegas.
Located inside of the Palazzo Resort on the second floor of the Shoppes at Palazzo. SUSHISAMBA is a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, music and design. SUSHISAMBA, opened in NYC in 1999, and now have six locations located in Miami Beach, Chicago, Las Vegas and London. SUSHISAMBA restaurants are operated by Samba Brands Management which was founded by Shimon Bokovza, Matthew Johonson and Danielle Billera. These three distinct cultures – a tri-cultural coalition that took root in the early 20th century when thousands of Japanese emigrants traveled to South America, in the cities like Lima, Peru and Sao Paulo in Brazil. SUSHISAMBA is in the Palazzo and just a few steps away from Lavo Las Vegas and about a 5 minute walk to Tao Las Vegas.
Tao Restaurant of Las Vegas
One of the largest and most popular Asian restaurant in New York City was created to offer guests a sensual trip through the cuisines of Asia. Tao is located at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas in the shoppes at the Venetian. Chef Ralph Scamardella has developed the menu based on components from China, Japan and Thailand. Tao Restaurant is located beneath Tao Nightclub, where a 20+ foot tall Buddha statue floats above a infinity pool complete with Japanese koi. One of the walls in the main dining room even is full of old opium pipes. Tao Asian Bistro’s signature dishes include offerings from sea, sky and land including Chilean Sea Bass Satay with Wok Roasted Asparagus, a Peking Duck and Beef Shabu Shabu with a full sushi bar. Tao Restaurant is just a flight of stairs away from Tao Las Vegas.
Koi Las Vegas
Located on the Mezzanine of the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino. Koi Las Vegas is one of the hottest spots in LA and New York Dining scenes, has arrived at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. A celebrity favorite, Koi has received praise for its Japanese-inspired cuisine with California accents. Our Las Vegas lounge menu features a variety of special dishes such as crispy rice topped with spicy tuna, Kobe beef filet mignon and toban-yaki.. Hours of Operation, Koi opens every night at 5:30pm and closes Friday & Saturday at 11:30pm and Sunday through Thursday at 10:30pm. Shibuya at MGM Grand Shibuya is located at the restaurant row at the MGM Grand where is features freshly prepared ingredients, stellar sushi and the widest sake selection this side of the Pacific. Koi Las Vegas directly across from casino from Gallery nightclub and directly across the street from Marquee Las Vegas, Hyde Bellagio and Chateau Nightclub.
Shibuya Japanese Restaurant
Designed at Tokyo’s Shibuya District and offers the ultimate sushi and Teppanyaki experience. Traditional and Modern Japanese cuisine available a la carte as well as multi-course tasting menus. Their executive Chef is Stephane Chevet who has created the signature dishes such as Kampachi Sashimi with Fresh Yuzu juice with Black Truffle Oil. Kani Salad, Shiso oil with Lotus Chip and Braised Kobe Beef short rib, seared Foie Gras and Lobster and Scallop, Uni Butter Sauce. Shibuya also offers 125 Sake, including their exclusive private labels; Shibuya, Hachiko and NeoTokyo as well as 25 Japanese beers and Shibuya Pilsner that is made exclusively for the restaurant in a local microbrewery. They have received a 4 Diamond AAA Recipient from 2006 – 2011. Shibuya opens every night at 5:00pm and closes Sunday through Tuesday to 10pm and Friday and Saturday at 10:30pm. Shibuya is really close to Wet Republic the soon to Hakkasan Las Vegas that is opening at MGM Grand early next March.