Bocho may not offer All-You-Can-Eat sushi but it has one of the happiest happy hours in Las Vegas. From 3-6pm weekdays, Bocho will knock 30% off your entire bill, alcohol included. What a wonderfully dangerous proposition. Their lunch specials have also made this location a favorite among the downtown day staff. The listed specialty rolls are under market value in comparison to other local sushi places topping out at $14. Two people can enjoy a couple of rolls, an appetizer or two, and a glass of plum wine each for well under $50. Bocho has a full bar, several Japanese beers like Sapporo, and a decent sake selection. Over the last few years, Bocho has made us loyal customers.
Bocho offers up a selection of traditional favorites like Philadelphia and Rainbow rolls, but the gustatory experience lies in their specialty rolls. The John E. Carson, named for the hotel that houses the restaurant, is a non-spicy crunchy yet creamy option. It, along with the No Name, Number 5, and Pink Lady, are all personal favorites. If you sit at the sushi bar downstairs the chefs will work with you to create your own special experiences, rolls, and sushi that are not on the menu.
Sushi – Downtown – $$
WHAT TO ORDER
King Crab Sushi
Las Vegas Roll
Bocho has real wasabi that you can order pickled or fresh. This is is truly rare in the United States.
Bocho Downtown Sushi
124 S 6th St #150, Las Vegas, NV 89101
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