Soho Japanese Restaurant
The idea here is to expose locals to Strip quality cuisine without breaking the bank. The growing world-of-mouth sometimes leads to a short wait for tables, but it’s more than worth it for the 10-piece sashimi sampler or the 8-hour braised bone-in short rib with wasabi cream.
John Chien Lee once served an upscale take on sushi to CityCenter visitors at Social House, but branched out on his own with Soho Japanese Restaurant in a southwest valley strip mall. The idea is to expose locals to Strip quality cuisine without breaking the bank. The growing world-of-mouth sometimes leads to a short wait for tables, but any delay is worth it for the photogenic sashimi platters. The restaurant has shifted direction during the pandemic, offering an excellent all-day happy hour (with a variety of bites between $5 and $8). Check the board for daily specials, which include the latest cuts of fish and a rotating choice of rolls. Beyond his signature restaurant, Chef Lee has expanded his brand with an ever-growing chain of Soho Sushi Burrito spots throughout Vegas.
How to order: Call 702-776-7778 to make a reservation or place an order for pickup.