Searching for an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant in Las Vegas with vegan options that’s actually worth it? We’ve found one! Jjanga Steak and Sushi on Ft. Apache serves up an all-you-can-eat sushi option in Las Vegas for vegans coming in at $20.95 for lunch and $25.95 for dinner.
Grab your reusable chopsticks and head over to Jjanga with an appetite because here, there are plenty of vegan options (that aren’t just cucumber and avocado rolls).
Go crazy with the veggie options while you wait for your sushi with appetizers like edamame. This dish comes in two varieties — original or spicy garlic. We’re Team Spicy all the way.
Other appetizers at Jjanga that are vegan include the Agedashi tofu and creamy pumpkin soup. If you want some fried goodness, the tempura veggies are vegan but cooked in the same fryer as the tempura shrimp.
For some greens, the vegan salad options include seaweed salad, house salad and cucumber salad (skip the crabmeat).
And now, on to the sushi.
Your best friend here is the veggie roll section towards the bottom of the menu. The true vegan sushi options at Jjanga include their veggie roll, Avo Q, Eda Poki hand roll and our personal go-to, the spicy April roll filled with avocado, gobo, oshinko and cucumber and topped with kairware, avocado, sriracha and jalapeño.
Sushi that can be made vegan includes the veggie tempura roll (hold the eel sauce which is not vegan at Jjanga), the Inari Special, a yummy fried tofu pouch gilled with broccoli, green onion and rice (again, hold the eel sauce and furikiake).
Catching the sushi burrito crazy, Jjanga offers a vegan veggie burrito if you nix the Screaming “O” sauce.
As for dessert, you’re going to have to go across the parking lot to Tacotarian and indulge in deep fried Oreos and churros.
6125 S. Ft. Apache Rd, Las Vegas, 89148; 702.914.8821; Monday – Saturday: 11:30 a.m. – 2 a.m.; Sunday 11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Kathryn Hartwig is a senior writer for Vegans, Baby. She decided to go vegan almost eight years ago while searching for the perfect diet to compliment her role as a professional dancer. After experimenting with multitudes of fads, she finally found a lifestyle that turned out to be so much more than just a diet. She settled in Vegas with her husband/photographer Daniel and puppy, Layla, after traveling the world on cruise ships and living in New York City. The family has a vegan baby on the way. When Kathryn isn’t serving as a concierge at a popular Las Vegas resort, she enjoys enjoys finding vegan gems while eating her way through Las Vegas.