Resident Reno Gazette-Journal food critic Johnathan Wright says most Japanese people scoff at the very concept of all-you-can-eat sushi, which is why I scoff at living in Japan. So even if the standard sushi options in Reno are utterly inauthentic (and you can only be so fresh without an ocean at hand), these are our favorite places to chow down on uncooked fish and stupidly large amounts of wasabi
Come on, you know you crave raw fish
Health risks be damned: We love these sushi places
August 21, 2008
It's a la carte only at Francis' Asian Bistro, which actually helps set the place apart as true fine dining. Reservations are recommended.
A sushi and oyster bar sits at the back of the space where incredible yoshi rolls are served up. This place also has a la carte only.
Now this is what I'm talking about. Peony features classic Chinese dishes and all-you-can-eat sushi in an upscale environment. The all-you-can-eat sushi is $13.95 for lunch and $19.95 for dinner.
The Sushi Bar lives inside the Eldorado's Tivoli Gardens, nestled among the other options from around the globe. The all-you-can-eat option stipulates that you only have one hour, so don't be afraid to order aggressively. They also implore you: "BUT PLEASE EAT ALL YOUR ORDER (INCLUDING RICE)." The degree to which this is enforced is unknown.
Hiroba Sushi is one of the newest sushi spot in town. The restaurant offers a modern feel with its bright orange. You can sit at the bar and watch the chefs prepare all-you-can-eat sushi.
The long rectangular bar features sushi on the west end and oysters galore on the east end. All-you-can-eat sushi includes miso soup or cucumber salad and green tea ice cream.
Check out more sushi restaurants in our complete restaurant listings.