Average. No real pleasant surprises. I had the Red Curry and it was straight forward. Staff was nice. Not a place I am dying to go back to.
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We come here at least once a month just for their Thai Green Curry, it's wonderful. Also tried their hot & sour soup for the first time - excellent. If only the miserable waitress had been up to the same standard. Her attitude for the...More
My wife and I brought our two children here for a nice family dinner. The place is very clean inside and a very pleasant atmosphere. The menu is well organized and pretty diverse, as well as big. The service was great. The food came out...More
I was told upon entering 10 min by the hostess. 30 minutes later we were still jammed into the very small waiting area being elbowed my inconsiderate millennials. The were several tables comprising about 10 seats that were open for the entire time we were...More
We go to Ichiban occasionally and returned recently. We had a nice lunch with my wife and I splitting an order of Thai Summer rolls and an order of Gyoza. My wife enjoyed an order of Chicken with Chinese vegetables and I had a a...More
Pleasantly surprised by the taste and presentation of the lunch specials. We had orange chicken with pork fried rice, beef veg stir fry with wide rice noodles, and pork lo mein. They brought us small salads and spring rolls. (We also had hot tea, which...More
Terrible food - better to go to a Chinese take out. The Tempura coating is a thick paste- just awful! The service is poor and the prices are high for their low quality menu offerings.
These new melanges of Chinese, Japanese and Korean places have been popping around for a while. They have very little in common with authentic cuisine, but rather cater to somewhat less educated taste of the public. The sushi rolls certainly don't have grade A tuna...More
The food at this restaurant is outstanding! My son visited first and came home with rave reviews. Ever since we order at least once a week. What I enjoy is that the food doesn't feel heavy and greasy. There's something about the ingredients that make...More