Ichiban Sushi & Steak

★★★☆☆

About Ichiban Sushi & Steak

Hours
Mon. - Sun. 11:30am - 2:30pm

Food

Food
More choices in Apex:
Resultset_next

Max Orient

1105 Walnut St Ste 4 Cary, IL

Resultset_next

Thai Noodles

2101 Grace Park Dr Morrisville, MO

3.4444 9
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Ichiban Sushi & Steak was?
Write a Review
.

Great sushi, great people.

5
★★★★★

Great sushi, great people.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Sushi here is excellent! Also love the gyoza dumpling and hibachi too. I was surprised by the previous review posted by a Mom who had a bad experience with her kids. We have had nothing but excellent service at Ichiban. We have brought

3
★★★★★

Sushi here is excellent! Also love the gyoza dumpling and hibachi too. I was surprised by the previous review posted by a Mom who had a bad experience with her kids. We have had nothing but excellent service at Ichiban. We have brought

.

I recently moved to Apex from Carrboro and was ecstatic to find this little gem right around the corner from my house. I LOVE sushi, when it is fresh and done correctly. I can't stand sloppily made sushi with old smelly seafood (go next

3
★★★★★

I recently moved to Apex from Carrboro and was ecstatic to find this little gem right around the corner from my house. I LOVE sushi, when it is fresh and done correctly. I can't stand sloppily made sushi with old smelly seafood (go next

.

I've been to Ichiban several times and always have had bad experiences. Connie the waitress is brooding and impolite. The food is way over priced and small portions - my spider roll only had 4 pieces and the hibachi is on the skimpy side too. Forget trying to use a coupon here - they treat you with disdain. They work every way possible to gyp you out of the value of your coupon - they invent rules not printed on the coupon to try and get more money out of you. Go to Akashi in durham or sushi thai in cary if you want good food, value, and good service. I will never step foot in ichiban again and I suggest you avoid it too.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I've been to Ichiban several times and always have had bad experiences. Connie the waitress is brooding and impolite. The food is way over priced and small portions - my spider roll only had 4 pieces and the hibachi is on the skimpy side too. Forget trying to use a coupon here - they treat you with disdain. They work every way possible to gyp you out of the value of your coupon - they invent rules not printed on the coupon to try and get more money out of you. Go to Akashi in durham or sushi thai in cary if you want good food, value, and good service. I will never step foot in ichiban again and I suggest you avoid it too.

.

I went there with a friend of mine earlier for dinner and we felt we were VERY badly treated and discriminated because we have 3 kids each with us. My 19 months old used their chopstick as a drumstick, and the waiter took the chopstick right out of my child's hand. The whole time we were there, the lady boss kept giving us a certain look whenever she walked past our table. Then my friend's child (2 years old) used her chopsticks as drumstick, and from the corner of my eyes, I can see lady boss heading towards us, but she stopped when my friend's child stopped using the chopsticks as drumsticks. Lady boss was close enough for me to hear her loud "SIGH" and disgust. All this time, the service they gave to other customer was extremely nice and friendly. They even greeted them with "Hi" and "Welcome" and "Thank you" We got none of that when we walk in the door! Other customers get friendly smile and small talk while we get hard cold stare! Our children are very well behaved. We even bought playing cards to keep occupied while waiting for the food. We even got smiles from other customers, unfortunately the staffs don't seems to appreciate business from customers that have more then 1 child! Towards the end of our meal, my 19 months got up from his high chair and attempted to climb on the table, which I didn't allow. My child wasn't even close to getting on the table, he was just attempting, and Lady Boss, came over, and quite rudely and a bit higher tone than what I would have liked "NO! NO! Sit! SIT!" and attempted to push my child down! Can you imagine that!! After leaving the restaurant with my kids, I asked my friend to watch my children for a second while I went back and gave them a piece of my mind! Surprising, when I walked in the door (without the kids this time), I was greeted by a big "HELLO!!" and "WELCOME!" I was just here 5 minutes ago!! What a big difference! If you have a family, avoid this restaurant! There's plenty of other Japanese Restaurant out there (Wasabi at Waverly Place, Cary. or Asahi at Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville ) that serves better food and definitely a better service!

1
★☆☆☆☆

I went there with a friend of mine earlier for dinner and we felt we were VERY badly treated and discriminated because we have 3 kids each with us. My 19 months old used their chopstick as a drumstick, and the waiter took the chopstick right out of my child's hand. The whole time we were there, the lady boss kept giving us a certain look whenever she walked past our table. Then my friend's child (2 years old) used her chopsticks as drumstick, and from the corner of my eyes, I can see lady boss heading towards us, but she stopped when my friend's child stopped using the chopsticks as drumsticks. Lady boss was close enough for me to hear her loud "SIGH" and disgust. All this time, the service they gave to other customer was extremely nice and friendly. They even greeted them with "Hi" and "Welcome" and "Thank you" We got none of that when we walk in the door! Other customers get friendly smile and small talk while we get hard cold stare! Our children are very well behaved. We even bought playing cards to keep occupied while waiting for the food. We even got smiles from other customers, unfortunately the staffs don't seems to appreciate business from customers that have more then 1 child! Towards the end of our meal, my 19 months got up from his high chair and attempted to climb on the table, which I didn't allow. My child wasn't even close to getting on the table, he was just attempting, and Lady Boss, came over, and quite rudely and a bit higher tone than what I would have liked "NO! NO! Sit! SIT!" and attempted to push my child down! Can you imagine that!! After leaving the restaurant with my kids, I asked my friend to watch my children for a second while I went back and gave them a piece of my mind! Surprising, when I walked in the door (without the kids this time), I was greeted by a big "HELLO!!" and "WELCOME!" I was just here 5 minutes ago!! What a big difference! If you have a family, avoid this restaurant! There's plenty of other Japanese Restaurant out there (Wasabi at Waverly Place, Cary. or Asahi at Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville ) that serves better food and definitely a better service!

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

I went there with a friend of mine earlier for dinner and we felt we were VERY badly treated and discriminated because we have 3 kids each with us. My 19 months old used their chopstick as a drumstick, and the waiter took the chopstick right out of my child's hand. The whole time we were there, the lady boss kept giving us a certain look whenever she walked past our table. Then my friend's child (2 years old) used her chopsticks as drumstick, and from the corner of my eyes, I can see lady boss heading towards us, but she stopped when my friend's child stopped using the chopsticks as drumsticks. Lady boss was close enough for me to hear her loud "SIGH" and disgust. All this time, the service they gave to other customer was extremely nice and friendly. They even greeted them with "Hi" and "Welcome" and "Thank you" We got none of that when we walk in the door! Other customers get friendly smile and small talk while we get hard cold stare! Our children are very well behaved. We even bought playing cards to keep them occupied while waiting for the food. We got smiles from other customers, unfortunately the staffs don't seems to appreciate business from customers that have more then 1 child! Towards the end of our meal, my 19 months got up from his high chair and attempted to climb on the table, which I didn't allow. My child wasn't even close to getting on the table, he was just attempting, and Lady Boss, came over, and quite rudely and a bit higher tone than what I would have liked "NO! NO! Sit! SIT!" and attempted to push my child down! Can you imagine that!! After leaving the restaurant with my kids, I asked my friend to watch my children for a second while I went back and gave them a piece of my mind! Surprising, when I walked in the door (without the kids this time), I was greeted by a big "HELLO!!" and "WELCOME!" I was just here 5 minutes ago!! What a big difference! If you have a family, avoid this restaurant! Kids are NOT welcome here! They did not even offer us any kids menu! The rude waiter even asked us "How many eating?" before he gives our children any plates! What an insult! Our children has no need for food?! There's plenty of other Japanese Restaurant out there (Wasabi at Waverly Place, Cary. or Asahi at Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville ) that serves better food and definitely a better service

0
★☆☆☆☆

I went there with a friend of mine earlier for dinner and we felt we were VERY badly treated and discriminated because we have 3 kids each with us. My 19 months old used their chopstick as a drumstick, and the waiter took the chopstick right out of my child's hand. The whole time we were there, the lady boss kept giving us a certain look whenever she walked past our table. Then my friend's child (2 years old) used her chopsticks as drumstick, and from the corner of my eyes, I can see lady boss heading towards us, but she stopped when my friend's child stopped using the chopsticks as drumsticks. Lady boss was close enough for me to hear her loud "SIGH" and disgust. All this time, the service they gave to other customer was extremely nice and friendly. They even greeted them with "Hi" and "Welcome" and "Thank you" We got none of that when we walk in the door! Other customers get friendly smile and small talk while we get hard cold stare! Our children are very well behaved. We even bought playing cards to keep them occupied while waiting for the food. We got smiles from other customers, unfortunately the staffs don't seems to appreciate business from customers that have more then 1 child! Towards the end of our meal, my 19 months got up from his high chair and attempted to climb on the table, which I didn't allow. My child wasn't even close to getting on the table, he was just attempting, and Lady Boss, came over, and quite rudely and a bit higher tone than what I would have liked "NO! NO! Sit! SIT!" and attempted to push my child down! Can you imagine that!! After leaving the restaurant with my kids, I asked my friend to watch my children for a second while I went back and gave them a piece of my mind! Surprising, when I walked in the door (without the kids this time), I was greeted by a big "HELLO!!" and "WELCOME!" I was just here 5 minutes ago!! What a big difference! If you have a family, avoid this restaurant! Kids are NOT welcome here! They did not even offer us any kids menu! The rude waiter even asked us "How many eating?" before he gives our children any plates! What an insult! Our children has no need for food?! There's plenty of other Japanese Restaurant out there (Wasabi at Waverly Place, Cary. or Asahi at Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville ) that serves better food and definitely a better service

Pros: None!

Cons: Very bad service!

.

Not sure if the waitress is still there but she was a bit rude the night I went with a group. As soon as we entered, the stench took my breath. I was ready to leave at that point but with a group; it is not possible sometimes.

And when I ask for something that they don't provide...don't tell me "We don't do that!" Just say, we're working on getting that or something much more friendly and professional. You ARE providing a service, aren't you?

Oh, the food/sushi was decent but I would not go back for it.

2
★★☆☆☆

Not sure if the waitress is still there but she was a bit rude the night I went with a group. As soon as we entered, the stench took my breath. I was ready to leave at that point but with a group; it is not possible sometimes.

And when I ask for something that they don't provide...don't tell me "We don't do that!" Just say, we're working on getting that or something much more friendly and professional. You ARE providing a service, aren't you?

Oh, the food/sushi was decent but I would not go back for it.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Very nice restaurant with lovely atmosphere. Stopped in for lunch and had Sushi which was all prepared fresh and served nicely. Prices were not expensive. Very clean place.

4
★★★★☆

Very nice restaurant with lovely atmosphere. Stopped in for lunch and had Sushi which was all prepared fresh and served nicely. Prices were not expensive. Very clean place.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

We have eaten at Ichiban many times and it has always been awesome. Last night we had a fantastic meal. My husband had the Ribeye Hibachi. It was delicious. Big pieces of super tender, perfectly cooked steak with lots of veggies and rice for only $14 and it came w/ soup and salad. Great deal! We also had 4 different rolls which were all excellent. I have not had better sushi anywhere. The service is also excellent. I highly recommend Ichiban.

2
★★★★★

We have eaten at Ichiban many times and it has always been awesome. Last night we had a fantastic meal. My husband had the Ribeye Hibachi. It was delicious. Big pieces of super tender, perfectly cooked steak with lots of veggies and rice for only $14 and it came w/ soup and salad. Great deal! We also had 4 different rolls which were all excellent. I have not had better sushi anywhere. The service is also excellent. I highly recommend Ichiban.

Pros: great Hibachi and sushi

Cons: none

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Ichiban Sushi & Steak, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review