It's a little bit of a dive. More for locals. Nothing fancy, no glitz like a Casino sushi bar, but man the food and soup is good and they have a ton of stuff on the menu. You could try a few things on each visit and it would take you 20 visits to try it all.
If you want real Sushi for a real Japanese style restaraunt, Osaka on Sahara is it.
FYI, I decided to try the sushi at Triple 7 inside Main Street Station over the weekend. It was watery and a bit slimey, rather than plump and sticky. I gave it a 5 on a 1-10 scale and my dining partner gave it a 6.5.
I think the sushi in the Triple 7 is truly terrible. I didn't even mention it when the original blogger asked about sushi downtown. And I am not a true sushi snob, I can eat average rolls if in a pinch.
Truly awful sushi. The bar is nice, but get a prime rib instead.
The friend I was with is a chef (owns her own catering business) and she told me that we "Absolutely MUST" go there. I looked at some reviews online and it seemed by all accounts that this really was the place to go. It's not a big place and it's a bit out of the way but the menu options were second to none. They also have quite an impressive Sake sampler. I recall that one of their claims to fame is their home made tofu.
Here's a link to the YELP reviews page for the place. http://www.yelp.com/biz/raku-las-vegas
If you are serious about sushi and are not content with the usual assembly line type joint, I highly recommend RAKU.
It's located at West Flamingo and South Decatur.
It's cheap, and delicious. I stop in everyday (that I'm in town).
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Firefly. You will not be dissapointed.
Osaka (two locations)
Osaka is great for all Japanese food including sushi.
SLS has A good Japanese restaurant as well.