We tried eating out every evening in Las Vegas to discover really cool spots to share with you guys. I really hope that you find some of my content useful if you find yourself in the same city as we did. Sake Rok Las Vegas is one of those spots and in my opinion one of the best sushi restaurants I have been in a long time.
Sake Rok is located in the Park, which is MGM’s Entertainment Destination packed with bars and restaurant. We were attracted by its interiors, which looked super cool with Japanese influences obviously. We arrived around 6pm and decided to kick start our evening off with a bottle of Prosecco. I mean we are in Vegas after all. It was still pretty chilled as most people like to dine later but I don’t like to eat too late.
We didn’t have much food during the day as we spent the entire day exploring the Grand Canyon so when we ordered food, we went all in. We started with Edamame followed by starters consisting of Tuna Tataki, Sashimi Tacos, Shrimp Tempura, and Miso-Marinated Black Cod. If you ever find yourself near Sake Rok I urge you just to pop in and try their Miso Marinated Black Cod as it was out of this world.
As though this wasn’t enough we continue with our mains we opted for the special sushi selection and ordered Girl on the Beach Rolls and Rok & Roll as I can remember. We finished our meal with some Mochi, which was filled with Pistachio and Cookies and Cream. The food was so delicious and we made such a good choice.
We also had such a good laugh at Sake Rok Las Vegas as between our meals, the main performer would turn all the waiters into dancers and make everyone perform. We also had to get up and dance at some point but it was so much fun.
If you find yourself in Las Vegas, please give Sake Rok a visit as I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.