“Where can I get all you can eat sushi in Denver?”
It’s a question that has plagued sushi-loving Denverites for years. Admittedly, there aren’t a ton of options in the first place. Maybe it’s because we are a landlocked state? Could be.
And then the information that is out there is unreliable. And when you get hit with that omg-I-need-lots-of-sushi-now feeling, you can’t be stuck calling to verify they’re still offering an all you can eat option. Or worse, finding out when you show up to nosh that they don’t!
That’s why I’ve done the leg work for you (really for all of us). These are the best restaurants with all you can eat sushi in Denver.
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Places Serving the Best Traditional All You Can Eat Sushi in Denver
These are the spots with your “traditional” all you can eat sushi Denver CO deals. The ones where they have a special all you can eat sushi menu, you can order as much as you would like from said menu, and you are charged a flat fee no matter the quantity.
Pretty standard stuff. Except the sushi – that’s high quality at these spots.
1. Sushi Katsu
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; lunch from 11:00-2:30 for $16.95, and dinner from 4:30-close for $25.95
Unique feature: past recipient of Westword’s “best sushi bar” in Denver award
This spot is a reliable classic that locals have loved for years and years. That has allowed them to expand, and Sushi Katsu has three locations, including one just to the southwest of downtown. Making it that much more convenient to get your all you can eat sushi fix.
The all you can eat menu includes soup, salad, and appetizers, in addition to over 50 varieties of rolls to choose from. The quality of the food is fantastic. In fact, they have even won awards for Denver’s “best sushi bar” in the past. Just be sure and order according to your level of hunger – this is a spot that will charge full price for leftover pieces.
2. Sushi Umi
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; lunch from 11:00-2:30 for $19.95, and dinner from 4:00-10:00 for $32.95
Unique feature: bring in a party of four or more to celebrate your birthday, and your meal is FREE!
This one is a bit out of the Denver core, being located in the northern suburb of Thornton, CO. But with limited all you can eat sushi options in Denver, sometimes you gotta make a little sacrifice. And Sushi Umi is one that will keep you coming back again and again (when you’re willing to make the drive).
Diehard fans of Sushi Umi love that the restaurant successfully delivers on the two pillars of all you can eat sushi glory: quality and quantity. Their all you can eat option includes a large variety of rolls, nigiri, appetizers, ramen, desserts, and more. They even have a la carte options and options for non-sushi lovers like fried rices, hibatchi or lo mein.
3. Sushi Totoro
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; lunch from 11:30-2:30 for $14.99, and dinner from 4:30-close for $24.99
Roll Recommendation: Monkey Brain – deep fried avocado, crab, and spicy tuna
Sushi Totoro feels like a family-run neighborhood sushi joint. And that’s because it is. The inside is small, but cozy, and the staff treat you more like family than a customer.
But it’s the food that keeps people coming. Whether you go with the all you can eat option, or opt for a la carte, you’re sure to get incredibly fresh and delicious sushi. There is a solid variety offered on the all you can eat menu, with additional premium items being offered a la carte. The biggest downside is the location – it’s definitely out of the metro core in Aurora, CO. But sometimes you gotta make a drive to get the good stuff.
4. Mt Fuji Hibachi & Sushi Bar
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; $25.99 all day
Unique feature: they are also beloved by locals for their hibachi
Arguably one of the most well-known spots on this list, Mt Fuji Hibachi & Sushi Bar has been serving locals since 2008. And it’s likely not a spot that gets recommended to tourists very often. A Denver secret, if you will. The décor leaves plenty to be desired, but look past that and gear up for a great meal.
Here, you order from a set all you can eat sushi menu, and for a fixed price. And a killer fixed price at that. Just be sure to not over order, as this is a spot that will charge for food waste.
It’s also important to note, this spot isn’t simply known for all you can eat sushi in Denver. They are also quite well-known for their hibatchi! A local Benihana, if you will. That will surely please any of the “I don’t like sushi” people in your life. Win, meet win!
Places Serving the Best Conveyor Belt “All You Can Eat” Sushi Denver Has to Offer
These spots all have one super fun feature in common: conveyor belts. Continuously running with small plates of varying pieces of sushi (or nigiri), just waiting to be snatched up. Some still offer a more “traditional” all you can eat option (i.e., flat rate), but some charge by the plate.
Either way, one thing is for sure – I wish more food could get automatically delivered to me via conveyor belts. Is that too much to ask?
5. Rolls by Chubby Cattle
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; lunch from 12:00-4:00 for $23.00, and dinner from 5:00-11:00 for $32.00
Unique feature: ordering is done via an iPad at your table
The newest spot on this list, Rolls by Chubby Cattle opened in Denver in 2018. Initially they opened as a conveyor-style hot pot restaurant, but less than a year in, they switched concepts. Now you can visit Chubby Cattle for all you can eat conveyor belt sushi, DIY ramen AND hot pot bowls instead. I’d say that’s a solid switch.
Because Chubby Cattle has options for all you can eat sushi, ramen and hot pot, you’re sure to be able to please everyone in your group. And with options for a la carte in addition to AYCE, you don’t have to starve yourself all day to prepare for your visit. The quality of the fish is fantastic, and the ambiance of their location is very modern, yet comfortable.
Do yourself a favor and get a seat in front of the conveyor belt for your first visit. You won’t regret it!
Happy hour: Monday to Friday; 25% off all plates on the belt
Roll Recommendation: C.L.T. – tempura soft shell crab, avocado, bibb lettuce, tomato, black pepper, and garlic mayo
Sushi-Rama has multiple locations in the Denver metro area, and each one looks like a mix of The Jetsons meets Austin Powers. They claim to have stream lined the intricate parts of sushi making. Which then allows them to obtain the same high quality fish as the super expensive sushi restaurants in Denver, but charge less for it due to their cost-saving efficiencies.
Which means you can eat more without breaking the bank! This is one “all you can eat” sushi place that unfortunately doesn’t offer a flat rate option. Your final bill is tallied based on the number of plates you ate, and their color coded cost. But with such high-quality sushi at reasonable prices per plate, it’s still financially feasible to eat to your heart’s content here, plate by plate.
7. Sushi Train
AYCE sushi Denver details: every day; lunch for $16.99 and dinner for $26.99
Unique feature: as their name implies, sushi here is delivered via model train (instead of a traditional conveyor belt setup, but same same)
Let’s just get this out of the way off the jump – Sushi Train’s location, and even the building itself, leave much to be desired. It’s a bit of a drive out of Denver proper, and their building is just very meh (spoiler: the meh continues inside as well).
Ok, now we can move past that. Because you may not want to sleep on the all you can eat sushi here.
Fans of Sushi Train swear this is the best all you can eat sushi in Denver. They use high quality fish, and the sushi is fresh as fresh can be. You can watch as the chefs make it in front of you. And then have it delivered by a cute little model train. What more do you need?
AYCE SUSHI DENVER FINAL THOUGHTS
Are you now salivating over the best all you can eat sushi, Denver??
While you may not be able to find a Denver all you can eat sushi joint every couple of blocks (like it seems in a lot of major cities), there are still some awesome options out there!
The hardest part will be showing restraint and not eating yourself silly.
Or, just wear your stretchiest pants. It’s your life!
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