Ichiban serves not only tasty, well-prepared food, but entertainment in the process. Your meal is prepared by a chef right in front of you. Depending on the size of your group, you may have a table to yourself, but you may be seated with another party of diners—while this may be uncomfortable for some who expect privacy, the social aspect of this type of dining can be very enjoyable. They have a deal on sushi, but I’d call the restaurant to check on which night. They have a special, dedicated sushi stream, where you pay for an hour, and pull up a chair next to the river, and the sushi floats by on little rafts. Very good sushi, and a fun way to dine. Highly recommended if you are looking for something different. It is on the more expensive side, but well worth it for a special evening.