I’ve had All-You-Can-Eat sushi in Las Vegas before and wasn’t super impressed – the fish was just okay, service was slow, and the rolls weren’t too good. However, at my friends’ urging, we visited Sushi Mon on this past trip to Vegas. There are two locations – Sahara and Silverado Ranch – and we visited the Sahara one, which is located off the Strip, sort of near the “Asia-town” area.
We visited on a Saturday, right as the place opened (11:30AM) – there was no line, huzzah! Why we were already awake at 11 in the morning in Vegas, I’m not so sure, but nevertheless, we arrived with hungry stomachs.
As you can see, above is the sushi bar. We caught part of the Brazil-Chile World Cup game. The restaurant is mid-sized, with about 10 four-top tables and some seating at the bar. But like I said, it wasn’t busy at all during my visit.
Looking at the All-You-Can-Eat lunch menu, there are a variety of nigiri sushi to choose from, as well as rolls and side dishes. We mostly ordered nigiri – for the best value, and because we weren’t sure how tasty the rolls would be. The price was reasonable – $21.95 per person (before taxes). Below are some of the things we ordered… We definitely ate way more than what’s pictured, but I either forgot to take a photo, or it was “repeat” order because we liked the item so much.
Of the fish, we really loved the salmon and albacore – they were the freshest and most tasty, in my opinion! The Cajun albacore was quite interesting – it was seared and seasoned on the outside with Cajun spices. It was a tad too salty and overpowered the delicate albacore.