19 Best All-You-Can-Eat Sushi in Las Vegas [AYCE Sushi Buffet]

While taste-testing all of the best sushi restaurants in Las Vegas, I found a couple of spots that offer an all-you-can-eat menu. Sushi can get expensive, especially on the Strip, so it pays to find a place that offers an all-you-can-eat (AYCE) format.

After trying dozens of different sushi restaurants, I can definitively say that these are the best places to grab all you can eat sushi in Las Vegas. Let’s dive in.

Top All You Can Eat Sushi Restaurants in Vegas

1. Oyshi Sushi

Oyeshi Sushi was one of the original all you can eat sushi restaurants in Las Vegas. They currently have two locations, both of which are approximately a 20-minute drive from the Strip.

The restaurant offers an extensive menu of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and specialty rolls in a variety of different flavors. You can order dishes a la carte, or take advantage of the $24.99 AYCE lunch special and $29.99 dinner menu. Kids under 4ft tall can eat all they want for only $20.

  • Location: 7775 S Rainbow Blvd
  • Price range: $25-$30

2. Sushi Neko

Sushi Neko can be found in the Chinatown neighborhood of Las Vegas. This sushi restaurant offers high-quality sashimi with very generous portion sizes. The fish is fresh, and the service is impeccable.

You can’t go wrong with the Sushi Neko’s all-you-can-eat lunch special for $23.95 (there’s also an AYCE dinner option for $27.95). Just be sure to get here early since it does tend to get crowded around 6pm.

  • Location: 5115 W Spring Mountain Rd #117
  • Price range: $25-$30

3. Yama Sushi

Yama is the only all you can eat sushi restaurant located directly on the Las Vegas Strip. You can find it directly across the street from Resorts World next to Tacos El Gordo. They offer a variety of high-quality specialty rolls, hand rolls, and nigiri for only $27.95 (dinner costs $30.95).

Yama has two additional locations – one in Chinatown and the other on Flamingo Road near UNLV. Both locations charge slightly less for their all you can eat sushi specials. The Flamingo location is one of the longest-standing sushi spots in Las Vegas.

  • Location: 3049 S Las Vegas Blvd
  • Price range: $28-$31

4. Sakana Sushi

Sakana Sushi is located 5 minutes east of the Las Vegas Strip on Maryland Parkway. This sushi joint is known for its cheap AYCE specials and fast service. They have an extensive menu of signature rolls, deep-fried rolls, spicy rolls, and nigiri.

Some of the flavors include salmon, spicy tuna, yellowtail, albacore, squid, octopus, crab, and lobster. I really enjoyed the appetizers as well, especially the egg rolls. The only thing on the main menu that isn’t AYCE is the sashimi.

  • Location: 3949 S Maryland Pkwy
  • Price range: $25-$30

5. Sushi Way

Sushi Way is another all you can eat sushi spot located a few minutes from the Strip. It’s located a block behind the Venetian, so it’s easy to get to. The staff here is extremely friendly, and the food is delicious.

This sushi spot offers a wide range of rolls, nigiri, side dishes, skewers, tempura, and desserts. They often have a 50% off lunch happy hour special from 12pm-3pm Monday through Friday.

  • Location: 3900 Paradise Rd
  • Price range: $24-$30

6. Sushi Hero

Sushi Hero is a popular all you can eat sushi spot located about 10-minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. This place comes highly reviewed, with nearly every seafood item imaginable on the menu. You can order rolls with tuna, salmon, yellowtail, crab, lobster, shrimp, oyster, scallops, mackerel, and snapper, just to name a few.

The skewers are amazing too. I really enjoyed the bacon and scallop skewer. If you’re not hungry enough for the all you can eat menu, you can order off the a la carte menu, which has healthy portion sizes as well.

  • Location: 3870 E Flamingo Rd
  • Price range: $26-$31

7. Umami Restaurant

Umami is an AYCE sushi restaurant found in the northwestern part of Las Vegas. It’s a bit of a hike from the Strip, but it’s one of the best local sushi spots in the city. I come here often, so I can’t recommend this place enough.

Some of the AYCE eat places skimp out on quality, but not Umami. Everything on the menu is finger-licking good, from the nigiri to the hand rolls. The all-you-can-eat lunch menu costs $25.95, while the dinner menu costs $29.95.

  • Location: 6640 N Durango Dr
  • Price range: $26-$30

8. Sushi 21

Sushi 21 is a sushi joint found behind Excalibur near the Las Vegas Strip. It isn’t within walking distance, but you can easily take a taxi or Uber here.

They have a large menu of Asian fusion cuisine and AYCE sushi options. Some of the meats include salmon, tuna, white tuna, shrimp, albacore, yellowtail, and eel. Sushi 21 offers both pickup and delivery.

  • Location: 4965 W Tropicana Ave
  • Price range: $25-$29

9. Sushi Ichiban

Sushi Ichiban is the only all you can eat sushi bar in downtown Las Vegas. It’s located in the El Cortez Hotel & Casino and offers AYCE sushi for $29.95, which is pretty affordable for a restaurant based in a hotel.

The menu consists of specialty rolls (raw, baked, and deep-fried) and sushi nigiri. They also have plenty of bite-sized items on the appetizer menu. You can order takeout as well, but it’s not all you can eat.

  • Location: 520 E Fremont St (El Cortez)
  • Price range: $30

10. Sushi Koma

Sushi Koma can be found west of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s a small restaurant, but they have a wide assortment of all-you-can-eat sushi options. As the name suggests, they make sure that you get your fair share of food.

Their menu consists of nigiri, fresh fish rolls, shrimp tempura, soft-shell crab rolls, deep-fried rolls, spicy rolls, and much more. Like most AYCE sushi restaurants in the area, expect to pay roughly $25-$30 for a meal.

  • Location: 8665 W Flamingo Rd
  • Price range: $25-$29

11. Top Sushi and Oyster

Top Sushi is one of the few all you can eat sushi spots in Henderson, NV. It’s another local spot with phenomenal food and quick service. The dishes are fresh, and the ratio of fish to rice is really favorable.

Kids under the age of 5 eat here for free if you dine in, but you can also order online for pickup and delivery. The prices are a little higher than some of the other local sushi restaurants, but the food quality and convenience make up for it.

  • Location: 4500 E Sunset Rd 
  • Price range: $27-$33

12. Goyemon Sushi House

Goyemon is located right behind Mandalay Bay near the Las Vegas Strip. This is a popular spot to grab all-you-can-eat sushi, especially around 7pm when business peaks. They serve sushi rolls, nigiri, tempura, and vegetable rolls.

Although it’s all you can eat, there are some items on the menu that are only orderable once per person. You can also get charged extra for any leftovers. Kids get a discounted rate at Goyemon.

  • Location: 5255 S Decatur Blvd
  • Price range: $25-$30

13. Sushi Mon

Sushi Mon is a solid sushi restaurant found on Sahara Avenue. They serve a number of dishes including hand rolls, sashimi, bento, combination platters, specialty rolls, and deep-fried rolls.

The prices are a bit higher than some of the other all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants in the area, but they do offer a 10% discount during lunch hours (11am-3pm). There is also a second Sushi Mon in southern Las Vegas at 9770 S Maryland Parkway.

  • Location: 8320 W Sahara Ave
  • Price range: $28-$32

14. Hikari Sushi & Teppanyaki

Hikari Sushi is located just a few minutes from Sushi Mon. This local sushi spot is known for its affordable Japanese food and fast service. You can order AYCE sushi during lunch for just $24 or get dinner for $28. They have a premium dinner menu as well for $7 extra.

In addition to the AYCE sushi menu, Hikari also serves Teppanyaki entrees for about $10-$15 apiece. They are open from 11:30am to 10pm during the week. However, they extend their hours to midnight on Friday and Saturday.

  • Location: 4175 S Buffalo Dr
  • Price range: $24-$35

15. Umiya Sushi

Umiya Sushi isn’t located in Chinatown, but it’s very close to it. You can easily get to Umiya by taking a 5-minute Uber from the Strip. They have a simple menu, making it easy to order. Umiya serves soups, salads, sashimi, nigiri, skewers, and maki rolls.

They run a $25 lunch special during the week from 11:30am to 3pm. If you have kids under 36 inches tall, they can eat for free here. There is also a discounted price for kids between 36 and 52 inches tall ($13.95).

  • Location: 4465 W Flamingo Rd
  • Price range: $25-$30

16. Gorilla Sushi

Gorilla Sushi is located near the Las Vegas airport, which is about a 5-minute car ride from the MGM Grand. This is an excellent late-night spot since they’re open until 2am on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

They offer some of the best sushi in town for the price. Their specialty roll menu features a bunch of unique flavors like Holy Cow and Popcorn Lobster. Gorilla Sushi offers both takeout and delivery. If you plan on dining in, it’s recommended that you make a reservation in advance.

  • Location: 1801 E Tropicana Ave
  • Price range: $23-$28

17. Sushi Kaya

Sushi Kaya is one of the few all you can eat sushi spots in Chinatown Las Vegas. They make their sushi with fresh fish that’s delivered every morning, so you know the food is good.

You can order AYCE or a la carte. The AYCE sushi menu costs $24 for lunch and includes nigiri, sushi rolls, and skewers. The dinner menu is slightly more expensive at $28, but it’s still in line with the prices of other sushi restaurants.

  • Location: 4355 Spring Mountain Rd
  • Price range: $24-$28

18. Rikki Tiki Sushi

Rikki Tikki Sushi is found in the Westgate Hotel, just a block off of the Las Vegas Strip. The restaurant has a great atmosphere, especially if you get a seat near the waterfall.

You can order all you can eat sushi for $33 a person, which isn’t bad considering how close you are to the Strip. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 5pm to 10pm.

  • Location: 3000 Paradise Rd (Westgate)
  • Price range: $33

19. Hayashi Japanese Cuisine

Hayashi Japanese Cuisine has one of the cheapest AYCE sushi lunch specials in Las Vegas. You can get as much sushi as you want for only $20!

The AYCE menu includes a wide variety of sushi rolls, poke, sashimi platters, roll platters, shrimp tempura, and skewers. You can order takeout and delivery as well, but they only deliver within 5 miles of the restaurant (you’re typically good for delivery if you’re staying on the Strip).

  • Location: 3528 S Maryland Pkwy
  • Price range: $20-$29

All You Can Eat Sushi Near the Las Vegas Strip

There are only a handful of all you can eat sushi restaurants near the Strip. They include:

  • Yama
  • Rikki Tiki
  • Sushi Way
  • Umiya
  • Sushi 21
  • Sushi House Goyemon

Yama is the only place to get AYCE sushi in Las Vegas without leaving the Strip. Rikki Tiki is a close second since it’s only one block off of the Strip and accessible using the monorail.

All You Can Eat Sushi Buffet in Chinatown Las Vegas

There aren’t too many places that offer Japanese food in Chinatown. There are only three main restaurants that serve AYCE sushi in that area. They include:

  • Yama
  • Sushi Neko
  • Sushi Kaya

Map of All You Can Eat Sushi Las Vegas

Here’s a map of all the best places to get all you can eat sushi Las Vegas. You’ll find all of the best AYCE sushi buffets on this map.

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