I recently went there on a Thursday evening around 5:30 pm. The name has actually changed to Ichiban-ya.
Decor is very traditional japanese oriented, nothing special but clean.
There was only one waiter/owner (my guess) and one sushiman. Even if it wasn't super busy, we understandably had to wait a little to order, since the waiter had to manage the cash at the same time. However, our food came SUPER quickly after that, with even a complimentary miso soup for the wait. Very nice of them.
Foodwise, it's fair, nothing extraordinary, but definitely not horrible. The previous reviews were not good, maybe it has changed since then. We were satisfied with the taste and variety of maki available. Our only little criticism is a little too much rice in the makis, but it's not critical.
Price is also fair: 3.75-6.50 on average, some special ones a bit more expensive.
All in all, it's pretty convenient, so if you want a quick, reasonable quality sushi, this place is worth the try.
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