Ichiban Japanese Restaurant Menu
A delicate Japanese onion soup is served first, followed by a salad with ginger dressing. On the sizzling grill surface, the chef will hibachi-style prepare your chicken, beef, or shellfish, as well as veggies. Enjoy the spectacle because the Ichiban chefs will physically play with your food while cooking it.
Your entrée will be served with handmade dipping sauces and steamed rice, or Ichiban’s delectable Hibachi chicken rice, if you prefer. Tempura, sushi, and speciality rolls are also available. Sushi made its way to the west at this time, with mentions in western literature reaching back to the late 1800s. Sushi may have initially grabbed the notice of the British after Crown Prince Akihito paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth II for her Coronation in 1953. Sushi, on the other hand, exploded in popularity in the United Kingdom in the 1990s, when restaurants sprung up all over the country and supermarkets began stocking ready-made sushi.