Let’s be real: ordering vegan sushi isn’t really challenging in Las Vegas. But, it is more challenging to find more creative dishes on Japanese menus that aren’t the run-of-the-mill cucumber/avocado/veggie rolls.

While Kabuki, a popular Japanese restaurant, doesn’t label anything as vegan, it does have plenty of items marked as vegetarian. However, upon a little digging, most of these items are vegan, too.

Beyond simple sushi, Kabuki offers a nice selection of vegan Japanese food in Las Vegas. For more vegan dining options in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

Small plates include fresh tofu, steamed veggies, garlic edamame and our favorite — spicy tofu served atop crispy rice. They also have a healthy selection of salads to start off the meal.

While the sushi options aren’t awe-inspiring, they do offer a handful of rolls to choose from, including a veggie rainbow roll, as well as the sweet bean curd roll.

For entrees, try the pan-fried tofu in yuzu pepper teriyaki sauce with shiitake mushrooms and asparagus, or spicy veggie ramen.

Sorry gang, no vegan desserts … yet.

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  • Rachel
    Posted at 20:39h, 03 October Reply

    There are actually vegan desserts here! The banana tempura is vegan if you omit the ice cream and get chocolate sauce rather than caramel. Also the roast pumpkin is vegan without ice cream and honey.

    • Diana Edelman
      Posted at 00:24h, 21 February Reply

      Oooooh!!! That’s big!! Thank you for letting me know!