These days sushi can be found in supermarkets, filling stations and on intercontinentale flights with obvious impact on the quality and freshness.
Ichiban delivers good food.
I had a miso soup, seaweed salade and a sushi-sashimi combo. With green tea.
All good and tasty.
I have had better, so no 5 star, but more often I had worse.
I hate to see that the tv screen has now also entered the sushi restaurant. And also modern fast beat music. Although I don't fancy Japanese music, it sure adds to the experience and makes it more authentic. TV screen: seriously?
Oh, and the waitress was very friendly, fast and always with a smile.
Not sure why the host was not smiling. Improvement point.
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