Although Las Vegas is known to be a city of overindulgence, all you can eat sushi deals along the main tourist corridors of the Strip and Fremont Street are incredibly rare. Luckily, you don’t have to venture far from the Strip to find an impressive array of options.
Below, I’ll dive into restaurants that offer all you can eat sushi in Las Vegas, both near the Strip and Downtown. For each AYCE offer, I’ll link out to the menu so you can easily compare and contrast your options.
Before diving in, I want to point out some differences that exist between all you can eat sushi deals and traditional buffets in Vegas:
- First, most restaurants charge the a la carte rate for leftovers. Order slowly, and only what you can handle to avoid a surprise bill at the end of the meal.
- The majority also put you “on the clock”, usually stating you need to be wrapped up within 60-90 minutes.
Note that the pricing referenced below can change frequently. I’ll do my best to keep things updated, but ensure you double-check the menu before making the trip.
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All You Can Eat Sushi On Fremont Street
Sushi Ichiban at El Cortez: Among your only options for all you can eat sushi downtown Las Vegas, Sushi Ichiban at El Cortez has you covered. Pricing for bottomless sushi is $34.95.
All You Can Eat Sushi On The Strip
Yama Sushi: The only restaurant offering all you can eat sushi on the Strip, Yama Sushi is a 5-minute walk north of Encore and across the street from Resorts World. Their price for lunch is $30.95, and dinner costs $35.95.
In addition to its location on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Yama Sushi also has a location on E Flamingo away from the Strip that offers the same deal. Note that Yama charges the a la carte price for leftovers.
All You Can Eat Sushi Near The Strip
Biwon Korean BBQ: Found on W Sahara near Palace Station, Biwon offers an all you can eat sushi menu for $26.95 at lunch, and $31.95 at dinner.
You’ll want to note that ordering time is limited to 60 minutes for lunch and 90 minutes for dinner. Guests will also be charged the a la carte price for any leftovers and parties of 6 or more will be charged an 18% service fee.
Jjanga Sushi Bar: Just off the Strip on E. Flamingo, Jjanga offers an all you can eat lunch menu that costs $26.95 and dinner for $32.95. Uniquely, a premium all you can eat package is also offered for $39.95 that includes sashimi.
Again, the a la carte price will be charged for any leftovers, and groups of 6 or more will be charged a 19% service fee.
Sushi Kaya: Serving all you can eat sushi over lunch for $26.95 and dinner for $30.95, Sushi Kaya is a short ride across I-15 on W Spring Mountain Rd. nearest the north end of the Strip.
You’ll want to note that they charge for leftovers and add an auto gratuity of 18% for groups of 6 or more.
Sushi Ya: A quick $10 – $12 Uber ride behind Mirage off the Strip, Sushi Ya offers endless sushi for $26.99 at lunch (Monday – Thursday from 11:30 am – 2:59 pm) and $31.95 all other times.
Uniquely, Sushi Ya also serves all you can drink Sapporo drafts and their house sake for $14.99.
Umiya Sushi: Serving all you can eat sushi for $26.95 at lunch, and $35.95 at dinner, Umiya is located on W Flamingo across I-15 behind Caesars Palace and can be reached by taking a $10 Uber.
Patrons will have 75-minutes to consume what they can and will be charged for any unfinished food.
Sushi 21: Located off the Strip behind Excalibur across I-15, this AYCE sushi spot is also accessible via a cheap Uber. All You can eat sushi will cost $24.95 for lunch and $28.95 for dinner.
Groups of 5 or more will be charged an 18% service charge, and customers will be charged for unfinished items.
Goyemon Sushi House: The all you can eat sushi menu at Goyemon costs $26.95 for lunch and $31.95 for dinner. As with other AYCE sushi restaurants in Las Vegas, leftovers are penalized.
Of note, there are certain items on their AYCE menu that they request you only order once. Items marked with a red dot don’t the menu are only orderable once.
Ono Sushi: Located a ways off the Strip behind Planet Hollywood on E Flamingo, getting to Ono Sushi via rideshare will cost just under $15. Once there, you can score all you can eat sushi for $26.98 at lunch and $32.98 for dinner. Ono charges for leftovers, and you’ll have 90 minutes to complete your meal.
Rikki Tiki Sushi at Westgate: Accessible from resorts on the Strip via the Monorail, Rikki Tiki Sushi serves all you can eat sushi daily for $38.88 per person. The deal also includes dessert.
Gorilla Sushi: Located just east of the Strip on Tropicana, Gorilla serves endless sushi for $25.95 at lunch and $29.95 at dinner. You’ll have a 90-minute time limit and kids aged 3 – 7 years eat for half price.
Nabe: Another destination that will require a cheap Uber, Nabe serves all you can eat sushi and hot pot for $25.95 at lunch on weekdays and $29.95 for dinner and on weekends.
I recently stopped in for hot pot and was impressed… and stuffed.
Fortunately, there are a fairly substantial number of restaurants that offer an endless buffet of sushi in Las Vegas, although many are found off the beaten path.
Hopefully, my rundown of AYCE options was able to help you find a spot that works for you and your party.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.