Sushi Avenue and Steakhouse

★★★★★
  • 4145 S Grand Canyon Dr Ste 104

    Las Vegas, NV 89147

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  • 702-368-4336

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My sushi experience here was definitely one of the best I have had. I tried the vegetarian sushi and it was extremely tasty and delicious. I would recommend it to any vegetarian. It is definitely worth the money.

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My sushi experience here was definitely one of the best I have had. I tried the vegetarian sushi and it was extremely tasty and delicious. I would recommend it to any vegetarian. It is definitely worth the money.

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Sushi chef Bruce Lee has ben a sushi master in Las Vegas for several years, with previous stints at Mandalay Bay and Dragon Sushi beofre launching his own business in 2005.

Sushi Avenue isn't a Strip-based restaurant. In fact, it's well off the beaten path on the west side of Las Vegas. But is, by far, my favorite sushi restaurant.

The sushi bar itself has about 20-22 seats, but that's not the only thing going on. There are also booths, and three Teppanyaki tables for those who like "The Show" popularized by chains like Benihana's.

It's been my experience that Sushi Avenue only serves the freshest, highest quality products they can find. We generally start off our visit with Hamachi, but from there it's a different experience every time. Often, our ordering consists of "What's good?", and the chefs take it from there. We've never been dissappointed.

In addition to sushi, the menu has other Japanese specialties as well. We've shared a Bento Box at lunch and found it a nice light meal.

Don't be afraid to bring the kids. Our little one has been going since she was 2 months old, and just recently had her first raw fish. (Wait until they're at least 2 years old.)

There are several specialty rolls, too. Some have provocative names, but all are good. There are also hand rolls, and I suggest the Spicy Ahi.

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★★★★★

Sushi chef Bruce Lee has ben a sushi master in Las Vegas for several years, with previous stints at Mandalay Bay and Dragon Sushi beofre launching his own business in 2005.

Sushi Avenue isn't a Strip-based restaurant. In fact, it's well off the beaten path on the west side of Las Vegas. But is, by far, my favorite sushi restaurant.

The sushi bar itself has about 20-22 seats, but that's not the only thing going on. There are also booths, and three Teppanyaki tables for those who like "The Show" popularized by chains like Benihana's.

It's been my experience that Sushi Avenue only serves the freshest, highest quality products they can find. We generally start off our visit with Hamachi, but from there it's a different experience every time. Often, our ordering consists of "What's good?", and the chefs take it from there. We've never been dissappointed.

In addition to sushi, the menu has other Japanese specialties as well. We've shared a Bento Box at lunch and found it a nice light meal.

Don't be afraid to bring the kids. Our little one has been going since she was 2 months old, and just recently had her first raw fish. (Wait until they're at least 2 years old.)

There are several specialty rolls, too. Some have provocative names, but all are good. There are also hand rolls, and I suggest the Spicy Ahi.

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