|Cuisine Type |||Japanese, Sushi|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Beer & Wine, Catering|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Union Subway Station|
|Cross Street |||Rees Street|
|Monday - Friday : 11:30AM-10:30PM, Saturday - Sunday : 12PM-10:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 10, 2009
Ichiban Sushi has been around for a long time. Opening their first location in 1983 on Bloor Street, the restaurant has blossomed into a 20-location chain in Toronto. Yet it is because they have maintained high standards and instilled strict quality standards in their staff that Ichiban Sushi has managed to remain consistent and strong, becoming a recognized name in its industry.
Eyes As Big As Your Stomach?
Offering more options than one could possibly imagine, the menu at Ichiban Sushi is familiar, yet seemingly endless. Everything from appetizers such as soups and salads to tempura, vegetarian and sushi, sashimi, bento boxes, combination platters, a-la-carte choices, maki sushi, u-don, nabe mono, donburi, main dishes, group diners and desserts can make the head spin. Yet thanks to those wonderfully trained (and quite experienced) staff, the right choice is never too far away.
Chefs and staff are consistently educated on not only the latest news of their culinary specialty, but in the ropes of quality, customer service and professionalism. Quiet and moderately contemplative, Ichiban Sushi evokes thoughts of pensive professionalism. Their use of black and white creates strong aesthetic contrasts that are as appealing as they are clean, and certainly lend the chain credibility in using the term “Ichiban” (meaning best and leading) in their name.
Locations: Find an Ichiban Sushi near you.