Best Conveyor Belt Sushi Las Vegas – Revolving Sushi Buffets

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Although conveyor belt sushi is a relatively new concept in Las Vegas, it has caught on very quickly. These revolving sushi buffets are becoming some of the best places to eat sushi in Las Vegas. So, I decided to try them all out to see which ones are the best.

There are only a couple of revolving sushi spots in the city, so your options are pretty limited. This guide should help you decide which conveyor belt sushi restaurant to eat at. These are the best places to eat revolving sushi in Las Vegas.

Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurants in Las Vegas

Sapporo Revolving Sushi Las Vegas

Sapporo Revolving Sushi is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant with 4 locations spread throughout the city. The original location is located in Chinatown Las Vegas and is the closest one to the Strip.

The best part about revolving sushi is it’s already made. You can start eating right away without having to wait for someone to take your order and then make your food in the kitchen.

Simply grab sushi dishes off of the conveyor belt as they go by your table (each dish is covered so you don’t have to worry about germs). Every dish you take off the conveyor belt costs between $2-$3. It’s not technically all-you-can-eat revolving sushi, but you can take as much as you want.

There’s plenty of variety on the conveyor belt, but you can also order dishes a la carte using the automated ordering system at your table. It’s very easy to use – it’s basically just a touch screen menu at your table. The dishes that you can order a la carte are usually a couple of dollars more expensive than the items on the conveyor belt.

If you order anything using the touch screen display, they will deliver it to you using a train that goes directly to your table from the kitchen. I do find that these items taste slightly fresher than the sushi that’s been going around the conveyor belt.

Sapporo Revolving Sushi Las Vegas is definitely one of the most entertaining sushi restaurants in the city. I recommend you visit any of their 4 locations:

  • 4671 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV
  • 8229 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 
  • 5760 Centennial Center Blvd #110, Las Vegas, NV
  • 6825 S Las Vegas Blvd #100, Las Vegas, NV

Kura Revolving Sushi

Kura Revolving Sushi is another popular spot to grab conveyor belt sushi in Las Vegas. They have a very similar setup to Sapporo Revolving Sushi. You take the dishes you want off the conveyor belt, but you can also order a la carte items using the tablet at your table.

The prices at Kura Revolving Sushi are very reasonable. Each plate from the conveyor belt costs around $3 but can cost more depending on what you get. Once you reach 15 plates, there is a game where you can insert your plates into a machine and win a prize.

Some of the menu options include dishes like sashimi, nigiri, sushi rolls, hand rolls, norimaki, carpaccio, and teppanyaki. In addition to indoor dining, Kura offers takeout and delivery as well. You can find Kura Revolving Sushi in Chinatown, which is about 5 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Location: 4258 Spring Mountain Rd Unit 108, Las Vegas, NV

Kaizen Revolving Sushi

Kaizen Revolving Sushi is one more revolving sushi restaurant in Las Vegas. This restaurant can be found in Summerlin, which is about 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

Again, the setup is very similar to the other restaurants. Simply take the sushi you want off of the conveyor belt, or order items a la carte. There’s no touch screen menu at Kaizen, but your sushi orders are still delivered via train directly from the kitchen.

Each plate from the conveyor belt costs between $2-$5, depending on what you get. However, if you eat here during lunch (3 pm to 5 pm), Kaizen has an excellent happy hour special where most dishes cost around $2.

If you’re not in the mood for sushi, Kaizen also serves entrees that don’t include fish. You can order dishes like BBQ short ribs, chicken teriyaki, and spicy pork bulgogi. Regardless of what you order, you’ll enjoy your meal at Kaizen Revolving Sushi.

  • Location: 7450 W Lake Mead Blvd #2, Las Vegas, NV

Other Conveyor Belt Restaurants in Las Vegas

Besides revolving sushi, there are a couple of other restaurants in Las Vegas that utilize the conveyor belt concept. A few of these restaurants include the Chubby Cattle (which is a hot pot restaurant) and Master Kim’s Korean BBQ.

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