Serving up an eclectic menu of sushi, hibachi and noodle dishes, this Asian eatery is something of a hidden gem. The unpretentious, white storefront more closely resembles a department store than a sushi bar, but the decor inside is tasteful and up-scale with black-washed wood, leather seating, and rice-paper prints hung above the tables. The wine list is lengthy, with both hot and cold sake available, and the food menu offers sizable lunch specials in addition to plenty of full entrees and sushi-bar combos. When it comes to fish, the sashimi is incredibly fresh, the teriyaki sauce is an age-old Ichiban recipe, and the house rolls are tasty and inventive (the Saturday roll features fried asparagus, mango, shrimp and crab stick). And if the 80 separate rolls on the sushi menu don't do it for you, the Ichiban chefs are constantly attempting new creations.