Fresh, delicious, all-you-can-eat sushi with excellent service when you visit Lake Tahoe.
Sushi Pier chefs are the artisans of great, nutritious food, providing a superior dining experience. Yes, it is all-you-can-eat for $27. This includes appetizers, long rolls, hand rolls, mussels, shrimp and dessert, every kind of sushi on the menu. The servers are extremely attentive and you can put in multiple orders of the same item at once.
The truth is that I grew up in the Bay Area and never liked Sushi. My husband and kids love sushi but I would always order a Bento Box with teriyaki chicken. Occasionally I would have a piece of California roll since I do not like the texture of raw fish. Then we moved to Tahoe and my twenty-something daughters were so excited about Sushi Pier they convinced me to not only go, but to try some sushi. I LOVE it. Sushi Pier has a variety of sushi offerings that include cooked fish, for those in your party that may be sushi wimps (like myself). The Mid-town roll is my favorite.
The Mount Rose roll is super yummy and a local favorite, topped with crab and scallops. The baked mussels are a ‘must have.’ The Nigiri is excellent; the Mickey, the Donald and the fresh water eel are my husband’s favorite. My son and his wife love the quail egg shooters. And don’t forget dessert. The ‘Happy Ending’ is as good as it sounds.
Sushi Pier serves traditional Japanese drinks, specialty Sake cocktails, beer and a full compliment of well drinks. Six HDTV’s are broadcasting sporting events for your viewing pleasure.
Sushi Pier is open for business Monday -Saturday 11:30 to 9:30 and Sunday 11:30 to 9 pm. Sushi Pier is located at 177 Lake Tahoe Boulevard (Highway 50) in Stateline, Nevada. From South Lake Tahoe, California, take Highway 50 out of California into Nevada 0.10 miles. Sushi Pier is on the right hand side of the road, just past the Lakeside Inn.