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Ichiban Sushi Plate

Last week, I decided I wanted sushi for lunch. So, a coworker and I went to the Ichiban Japanese restaurant on Davis Highway.

Upon being sat, we were greeted by our server with hot towels to wipe our hands. They took our drink orders and we proceeded to peruse the menu.

The restaurant's ambiance is typical to those following the Japanese/Asian theme as evident with their decorations. They have several booths that allow for some privacy. I wasn't keen on having to remove my shoes, but I managed to survive the ordeal.

Having had my heart set on sushi, I spent most of my time looking at the sushi list. Everything on the list were moderately priced. There were a few things that seemed a bit expensive, but we were dealing with freshly rolled sushi and not the kind you find at the buffet line at some places in town. This was the real deal, folks

Having considered all of my options, I decided to go with the "Ichiban Plate." It was a bit pricey at around $23, but I was doing it for the experience. The plate consists of: Chef's choice 10 piece nigiri and choice of dragon roll with soup or salad.

As you can see from the picture below, it was a very pretty and tasty pretty meal.

Overall, the experience was great. Aside from my wallet being a bit sore, the food tasted as good as it looked. I would definitely recommend this place. Ichiban is located at 5555 N. Davis Hwy, Pensacola, Florida 32503. For more information, you can visit their web site at http://www.ichibanpensacola.com/.

Review by ByteMonkey

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MMM... Ichiban is a great place for sushi in Pensacola. I love the appetizer "French Kiss" so much I usually order it as an appetizer so I can have it all to myself. It is amazing!!! Tuna, crabstick, caviar (adds a nice pop) a notable wasabi sauce.

French Kiss

First layer of raw tuna chunks mixed with almonds and creamy spicy sauce. Second layer of yellow tail and masago mixed with mild hot sauce. third layer of crabdelight mixed with creamy Japanese egg vinaigrette, all topped with scallions and black tobiko.

This is the actual description from their website.

Try it, you just might fall in love.

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