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Ichiban Sushi (Jurong Point)

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This family restaurant serves user-friendly Japanese food, with regular promotions that encourage diners to try new types of regional cuisine. All the usual favourites are here: sushi, sashimi, tempura, handrolls, hotpots, rice and noodle dishes, and so on.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63971242
$18 based on 21 submissions
Lunch (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (3 votes)
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I feel that Ichiban Boshi (Jurong Pt) is good for people who like a quick bite, and not so particular with the quality of food. Still prefer Sushi Tei though.Please visit: http://sarabelletan.blogspot.sg/2012/10/ichiban-boshi-jurong-point.html for more photos.

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• 21 Jan 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Hygiene Concerns

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We are frequent diners in this restaurant. For as long as we have dined with them, the sushi chefs had been pretty hygienic to wear mask over their mouth and so, when they talk while preparing food, it was still ok. 

We were very disappointed when we visited the restaurant again yesterday to see none of these chefs (there were 3 of them) at the sushi counter were wearing mask to cover their mouth. Nonetheless, they talked continuously facing down to the sushi that they were preparing for customers. Hence, it was obvious that all the sushi were contaminated with their saliva.

This restaurant practice an open concept to see the chefs prepare the sushi. Shouldn't the management be more cautious with hygiene for food?

And Since when the management had lost the hygiene concern which was previously practiced or had the management not able to afford the cheap mask for the chefs?
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  • Ichiban Sushi Chefs without masks talking all the way onto the food.
• 31 Oct 2012 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Okay Japanese Food !

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I feel that Ichiban Boshi (Jurong Pt) is good for people who like a quick bite, and not so particular with the quality of food. Still prefer Sushi Tei though.Please visit: http://sarabelletan.blogspot.sg/2012/10/ichiban-boshi-jurong-point.html for more photos.
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• 06 Jan 2011 • 41 reviews • 0 follower

My frequent sushi place

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Hmmm...what shall i say? I always go here for my frequent random sushi cravings. haha. I love the salmon sashimi here. It's really fresh. And they have new creations coming up every now and then.
It gets really crowded during 6-8pm though.
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