Sushi Hero Las Vegas: AYCE Prices, Menu & Hours


While recently trying to make a reservation at Sushi Hero Las Vegas, I had a difficult time finding information about them online. After a few minutes of searching, I quickly realized that they don’t currently have a website. This surprised me since Sushi Hero is one of the best all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants in Las Vegas.

So after eating at Sushi Hero, I decided to write this article to give other people some basic information about the restaurant. This post will cover the menu, prices, hours, and location of this popular restaurant.

Sushi Hero All-You-Can-Eat Prices

Sushi Hero has well over 100 different sushi options on its menu. The restaurant is known for its all-you-can-eat (AYCE) sushi, but you do have the option to order a la carte. Individual dishes cost between $4-$15 per order, depending on what you get. Overall, the AYCE is the better deal, so that’s what I recommend. Here are the AYCE prices:

If you don’t get AYCE, expect to pay between $4-$15 per dish, depending on what you order.

  • Lunch – $25.95 (open – 3pm)
  • Dinner – $30.95 (open – close)

The dinner menu has a few more options than the lunch menu, but they are nearly identical. If you have kids, they will also get a massive discount if you get AYCE since they can share your sushi orders. The discounted amount depends on their height.

  • Kids under 35″ – $3
  • Kids under 42″ – $6
  • Kids under 48″ – $9
  • Kids under 54″ – $11.96 for lunch / $14.95 for dinner

There are also some AYCE rules at Sushi Hero. These rules are typical at all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants.

  • No sharing with non-AYCE party members
  • Leftovers are charged extra
  • 18% gratuity will automatically be added to parties of 6 or more
  • Drinks are not included in AYCE

Sushi Hero Menu

Appetizers

Sushi Hero has a huge appetizer menu with over 40 items. I particularly liked the skewers, especially the bacon and scallop skewer. Here are a few of the appetizers offered:

  • Miso Soup
  • Mini Udon
  • Edamame
  • Spicy Garlic Edamame
  • Gyoza (dumplings)
  • Spicy Gyoza
  • Calamari Tempura
  • Shrimp Tempura
  • Coconut Shrimp Tempura
  • Vegetable Tempura
  • Baked Mussels
  • Shumai
  • Egg Rolls
  • Nuggets
  • French Fries
  • Takoyaki
  • Chicken Wings (garlic, spicy, lemon pepper)
  • Pork Katsu
  • Salmon Katsu
  • Baby Octopus
  • Skewer – Spicy Chicken
  • Skewer – Garlic Chicken
  • Skewer – Sausage
  • Skewer – Bacon & Scallop
  • Skewer – Meatball
  • Skewer – Asparagus
  • Bulgogi
  • Pork Belly
  • Chicken Teriyaki
  • Cheese Croquette
  • Corn Cheese
  • Jalapeno Poppers
  • Shrimp Ball
  • Mushroom Ball
  • Cheese Crab Ball
  • Agedash Tofu
  • Bulgogi Nachos
  • Salmon Kama
  • Golden Scallop
  • Deep-Fried Oyster – dinner only

It’s important to note that the deep-fried oyster, salmon kama, and golden scallop are limited to 1 order per person, even if you have AYCE.

Nigiri Sushi

There are nearly 40 nigiri sushi options on the menu. Each dish comes with 2 pieces of sushi. These are a few of your options:

  • Tuna
  • Garlic Tuna
  • Seared Tuna
  • Karai Tuna
  • Salmon
  • Garlic Salmon
  • Seared Salmon
  • Yuzu Salmon
  • Yellowtail
  • Garlic Yellowtail
  • Karai Yellowtail
  • Yuzu Yellowtail
  • Albacore
  • Cajun Albacore
  • Seared Albacore
  • Escolar (ono)
  • Snapper
  • Yuzu Snapper
  • Octopus
  • Squid
  • Clam
  • Smelt Egg (masago)
  • Sweet Egg (tamago)
  • Salmon Egg
  • Scallop
  • Yum Yum Scallop
  • Eel
  • Mackerel
  • Crab
  • Yum Yum Lobster
  • Beef Tataki
  • Shrimp
  • Sweet Shrimp (amaebi) – dinner only
  • Sea Urchin – dinner only
  • Oyster – dinner only

The salmon egg, sweet shrimp, sea urchin, and oysters are limited to only 1 order per person, even if you have AYCE. Although limited, make sure you get the sea urchin. It’s one of the best items on the menu.

Classic Rolls

Sushi Hero Las Vegas serves a bunch of popular sushi rolls. These are the classic rolls that every sushi spot has.

  • Tuna Roll
  • Spicy Tuna Roll
  • Yellowtail Roll
  • Spicy Yellowtail Roll
  • Salmon Roll
  • Spicy Salmon Roll
  • Salmon & Avocado Roll
  • Salmon Skin Roll
  • Baked Salmon Roll
  • California Roll
  • Philadelphia Roll
  • Spicy Crab Roll
  • Spicy Scallop Roll
  • Yum Yum Scallop Roll
  • Unagi Roll (eel)
  • Teriyaki Chicken Roll
  • Oshinko Roll
  • Veggie Roll
  • Veggie Tempura Roll
  • Avocado Roll
  • Cucumber Roll
  • Avocado & Cucumber Roll

Specialty Rolls

In addition to the classic rolls, Sushi Hero offers over 50 specialty rolls in unique flavors. A few of my favorites include the Popcorn Lobster Roll, the Grand Canyon Roll, and the Sashimi Roll. The Threesome Roll was also very good – it’s filled with deep-fried cream cheese.

There are honestly too many rolls to list here, but these are the types of rolls offered on the menu:

  • Hand Rolls
  • Burrito Rolls
  • Deep-Fried Rolls
  • No Rice Rolls
  • Special Rolls
  • Baked Rolls
  • Shrimp Tempura Rolls

Soups & Salads

There are some soups and salads available too. I didn’t want to get filled up on them, so I didn’t try many of the salads.

  • Tuna Poki
  • Salmon Tartar
  • Salmon Skin Salad
  • Tuna Tataki Salad
  • House Salad
  • Seaweed Salad
  • Sashimi Salad – dinner only
  • Cucumber Salad

Desserts

Like the rest of the menu, the desserts are excellent. These are your options.

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  • Ice Cream
  • Mochi
  • Tempura Ice Cream
  • Brownie w/ Ice Cream

Drinks

The drinks available at Sushi Hero are water, wine, and beer. They aren’t included in the AYCE price, but they don’t cost more than $5-$10 each.

Sushi Hero Las Vegas Reservations & Contact Information

Sushi Hero in Las Vegas can get busy, especially around 6pm to 8pm. Reservations aren’t always needed, but I recommend that you make one if you can (I listed their phone number below). It will save you a ton of time if the restaurant is packed.

The restaurant is located between Paradise and Henderson, which is about 20 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. To get there, just go straight down E Flamingo Road. You’ll find Sushi Hero in the same plaza as Smith’s grocery store.

Sushi Hero Las Vegas Contact Information

  • Phone number: (702) 476 1333
  • Address: 3870 E Flamingo Rd A1, Las Vegas, NV

Sushi Hero Henderson Hours – Henderson

Sushi Hero is open from 11:30am to 10:00pm Sunday through Thursday. On Friday and Saturday, they are open until 11:00pm, which is a bit later than during the week. As I mentioned earlier, the busiest times to eat here are during the dinner rush. So the best time to visit is before 5:00pm or after 8:00pm.

Is AYCE Sushi worth it at Sushi Hero Las Vegas?

Sushi Hero is one of my favorite sushi restaurants in all of Las Vegas. The food is always extremely fresh and delicious. The portion sizes are very generous as well. I highly recommend that you get the all-you-can-eat special. If not, specialty rolls cost about $12 per order, so it definitely pays to get AYCE.

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