Las Vegas is famous for gambling and buffets with shrimp on them the size of your big toe. I Love Sushi may not have shrimp that big, but the upside is that you don’t have to question how long their seafood has been sitting out—or how it got so big to begin with! What you can ask about is their Salmon Lover & Screaming Orgasm (no, seriously, that’s what it’s called) or their Spicy Hot Edamame! If you’re local, their Udon Tempura will have you coming back for more and if you’re just passing through, good luck finding anything so good! There’s the food that sets I Love Sushi apart from the rest. Then, there’s the price. If you don’t want to eat ‘mystery meat’ in Las Vegas, there is a price. But, even keeping that in mind, I Love Sushi is an affordable dining experience for the frugal and lavish alike!
Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi intersperses inventive sushi rolls with Japanese entrees, finger fare, and half a dozen sakes served hot or cold. A wood-framed, square sushi bar dominates the space, backed by an accent wall that captures the shimmering hues of a flame. Patrons can sidle up to the sushi bar to enjoy seaweed cylinders flung into their mouths directly from the chefs’ knife, or settle at a table along a chartreuse wall. In addition to using fresh fish, the restaurant's sushi selection reverses traditional rolls with ingredients such as Korean-style barbecue short rib or pickled pumpkin. Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi's chefs also think outside the cylinder as they whip up conical and spherical entrées of Asian-style barbecue and teriyaki accompanied by imported Asian beers and saketinis.
Locals love Spicy Tuna. Located near shops and stores, it’s a convenient place to stop while doing your weekly shopping. From the Sun Devil Roll to the Kiss of Fire Roll, those with a spicy preference will meet their match at Spicy Tuna. If spicy is not your style, indulge in the teriyaki beef, edamame or the crab salad. The plates come out with a creative and colorful vibe that might require a selfie featuring your food. Clean and classic, the restaurant is comfortable and inviting. The sushi chefs are friendly, and you can visit them every night of the week for lunch and dinner if you’d like. Spicy Tuna is open until 11:00 p.m. every day except Sunday for those late-night cravings. Do your stomach a favor and head to Spicy Tuna.
Nevada is known for its gambling and its cowboys but thanks to Sushi Wa, sushi runs a close third. Visit Sushi Wa for the best sushi and traditional Japanese cuisine that Henderson has to offer. Sushi Wa serves a wide variety of nigiri, sashimi, and fresh fish rolls that will delight the senses make your taste buds sings. Are you an old hand when it comes to sushi? Think you’ve tried it all? You haven’t tried Sushi Wa. The flavors and freshness at Sushi Wa will have even the most jaded of sushi fans squealing with delight. Visit the far east without leaving Nevada. Visit Sushi Wa today.
Inaka Sushi takes taste buds on a culinary exploration with a varied spread of Japanese cuisine. Like the diaries of many teenagers, the restaurant?s menu has an entire section set aside for sashimi, including Cajun albacore and hamachi. Skilled sushi chefs carve 20 different varieties behind the bar while culinary artists piece together hearty combination entrees in the back kitchen.