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Ichiban Sushi (Plaza Singapura)

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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.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 22:00

Sat: 11:30 - 22:30

Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 68370113
$25 based on 20 submissions
Children/Family (8 votes), Lunch (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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Yes will definately be back

My gf and I were there around 9pm and was rushing for a movie. So we decided to get a quick bite and its our first time trying at ichiban sushi and were impressed by their speed and even though its fast, the quality of the food is good !! though it was at night, the sashimi still tasted fresh and the service staff were helpful with the order.

Will definately go back !

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• 08 Dec 2013 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

There are better restaurants around.

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Service was poor. Staff were not attentive, brought wrong orders and did not once apologize about it. They pretty much just acknowledged it like it was a usual occurrence. Food was pretty bad, I would say that it is on par with Sakae sushi. But they do have interesting combinations. Lots more choices for kids and those who don't like seafood. I like the variety but not the quality.
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• 05 Dec 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Dirty restaurant, slow service

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I was there during off peak with only a few tables occupied but my food took 20mins to arrive. There were flies hovering round my table and one staff member pushed in a tall & dirty garbage bin which brushed against the menu that was jutting out from the table. Eeeks! The tables are designed such that all the menus are jutting out.
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• 28 Jun 2013 • 38 reviews • 0 follower

worst sushi outlet ever!!!

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Service is bad, food is bad, everything is bad. - Asked for sushi at different time intervals, at least 20 mins or more to arrive. - Some never come until you complain, especially the California handroll. -rice tastes sour, seems to be acidic. -mango ice cream come out mocha ice cream. -staff not clear in talking and not friendly. - the conveyor belt only has 5 sushi, the rest come by order which took so long. - expensive - food lesser than the one in the picture - some sushi colder than before, like ice - some sushi near blend!
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