- Amazing food at an affordable price compared to the Strip
- $5 items available during Happy Hour
- Attentive and friendly staff made sure that our dining experience was pleasant
- If you want to watch the chefs prepare your food and interact with them, sit at the bar !
Located in the Southwest of Las Vegas, chef John Chien Lee opened a Japanese restaurant shortly after leaving Social House at the CityCenter on the Strip. Since its opening, SoHo has earned multiple awards so we were extremely excited to try it out!
At first glance
Reservations are highly recommended: the restaurant is on the smaller side and the seats are always full. The decor was simple and not extravagant especially if you compare to other Japanese restaurants on the Strip. If you do arrive without a reservation, you can expect to wait for a seat and they will allow you to order drinks while you do so.
The Good Stuff: Food
There’s a reason why SoHo has won multiple awards and impressive ratings: the food here is excellent!
Edamame (Steamed Japanese Soy Beans, Sea Salt)
Shishito Peppers (Flash Fried, Garlic Dust, Sweet Yuzu Miso)
Yellowtail Yuzu Soy (Tempura Serrano, Cilantro, Garlic Oil, Garlic Dust, Ponzu)
Golden Ocean Trout (Pop Rocks, Freeze Dried Miso, Chives, Ponzu)
Cajun Albacore (Serrano Chili, Red Onion, Spicy Garlic, Creamy Ponzu)
Hydro Bibb Sea Bass (Miso Marinated Chilean Sea Bass, Lettuce Cups, Crispy Wontons)
Braised Angus Short Rib (Miso-Red Wine Reduction, Shimeji Mushroom)
Crispy Tuna Rolls (Spicy Tuna, Serrano, Crispy Rice)
Infused Cold Sake (Lychee)
Escolar Carpaccio (EVOO – Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Italian Seasoning, Garlic Chip, White Ponzu)
Baked Mussels (Yuzu Dynamite Sauce, Ponzu, Tobiko, Scallion)
SOHO Salmon Tostada (Ikura, Pico De Gallo, Yuzu Pineapple – served with Avocado Crème & Crispy Wonton Chip)
Premium Sashimi Platter (20 pieces Chef’s Choice including Uni)
Flying Fish Roll (Soft Shell Crab, Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Cucumber, Avocado, Creamy Ponzu)
Oysters: Serve Half-Shell with Wasabi Cocktail Sauce and Ponzu Salsa (Add Uni and Ikura for $3)
Shigoku Oysters (Firm meats, clean, sweet flavor with a hint of cucumber and melon finish)
Kumamoto Oysters (Petite meats, mild brininess, sweet flavor and a honeydew finish)
Bluefin Tuna (Akami Nigiri)
Bluefin Tuna (Fatty Tuna/Otoro Nigiri)