Sushi/Sashimi (Off-Strip)

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Look no further than your new favorite neighborhood sushi spot. Check out these Vegas valley restaurants that won’t disappoint.

Yui Edomae Sushi

It’s hard to say what surprises more people --that Las Vegas is home to some of the finest sushi restaurants you’re likely to find outside of Japan, or that you have to leave The Strip to find them...

Sushi Kame

Kame is a tale of two restaurants. Choose your own adventure in the main dining room, with a la carte selections and multi-course kaiseki menus. Or enjoy an evening in the secluded private dining r...

Kabuto

Located in one of the most exciting strip malls in “Chinatown,” it can be easy to miss this hidden gem. Its plain white storefront, accented only by a narrow window, a single exterior light and a s...

Yu-Or-Mi Sushi Bar

This relatively new arrival to the Arts District sits on a prime piece of real estate -- directly across the street from neighborhood hub Esther’s Kitchen, and within a stone’s throw of some of the...

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill

Chefs Eric and Bruce Bromberg opened the first Blue Ribbon in New York City in 1992. They’ve since expanded their restaurants (don’t call it a chain) to include Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill at Red...

Other Mama

“Not just sushi, which is great, but also a killer menu ranging from raw bar to cooked dishes accompanied by a great bar list,” says Bryan Bass, VP of Marketing for Strip operator Carver Hospitalit...

Kaiseki Yuzu

Kaiseki Yuzu is one of the most rewarding dining experiences in Chinatown, a neighborhood overloaded with Asian restaurants and increasing competition among ultra-premium, high-end Japanese options...

Sushi Hiroyoshi

“While ‘superb restaurant in a nondescript strip mall’ is in danger of becoming a Vegas cliche, it’s nonetheless true here,” Neon Feast contributor and Allied Global Marketing senior vice president...

Sen of Japan

In Japanese, the word sen means fresh. And Sen of Japan brings fresh Japanese cuisine to a restaurant and bar with a comfortable ambiance and well-deserved reputation of delectable dishes. Moreover...

Nobu

“The biggest problem Nobu Matsuhisa faces is that the groundbreaking dishes that made him famous were so good, they’ve been imitated by countless lesser chefs,” notes Al Mancini, host of the Food a...

I Love Sushi

Recommended by celebrity chef Carla Pellegrino and longtime Review-Journal restaurant writer Heidi Rinella in the Sushi category, this Henderson eatery lives up to its name, as anyone who adores th...

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