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Sushi IchibanView Menu

24 NW Broadway
Portland, OR 97209

(503) 224-3417


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Sushi Ichiban serves Portland, OR and is located in the 97209 ZIP code. Visit our website at MYSPACE.COM/SUSHITAKAHASHI. restaurants, restaurants sushi.

Areas Served

Portland, OR Metro

Open Late

We are open late. Please call us for our hours of operation.

Hours of Operation

Daily 5pm-9pm, Tue-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, Sat 12pm-3pm

Payments Accepted:

Visa, Master Card

Smoking Permitted:


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The Scene
Takahashi brings your sushi order right to your plate by way of an unlikely train theme. Either sit at the bar and grab the plates as an electric train chugs by, or snatch one of the few booths in the back. Forgetful… Read More

Sushi Specials: As if prices couldn't get any lower, Wednesday nights and all-day Saturday, most sushi items hit rock-bottom at $1.25 per plate. Get there with time to spare, as this deal is no well-kept secret.

Happily been coming here for years.

Reviewer: chellbee via Citysearch | 6/24/2011

5 out of 5 stars

Me and my close group of friends try to hit this place at least twice a month and have never been disappointed. Sasha knows us by sight and name and remembers our favorite drinks and sides. AWESOME!! There is a HUGE variety of sushi,…


Reviewer: kris ronin via Citysearch | 10/4/2010

5 out of 5 stars

I have been coming here for 8yrs and everytime it is soooo good. I've been to masu, mio, saburukos and the place on gladstone and i prefer ichiban. The quality seems just about as good as the high end places. I enjoy some dishes at…

Sushi Ichiban is a great place to go for inexpensive sushi!!!

Reviewer: Heather R via Insider Pages | 9/28/2009

5 out of 5 stars

I was very suprised at how good this sushi was. And inexpensive too. The sushi comes around on a remote controlled train which is a fun change from the normal conveyor belt. \r \r The servers were very friendly and the atmosphere was…


Reviewer: Jackie B. via Judy's Book | 2/20/2009

5 out of 5 stars

As a quick meal on a tour through Portland, this is the place. PSU students travel past Blue Fin to get to this place. Even the house Saki is good! (I've never had good house Saki anywhere else) The best weekend lunch in town!

cheap and full

Reviewer: adrienne s via Insider Pages | 1/22/2009

4 out of 5 stars

This place is a favorite for cheap sushi. I prefer to sit at the sushi go round which is like a little train that revolves bringing sushi in a continuous manner. You can also ask the boys behind the train set up to make specific rolls for…


Reviewer: Greg Beddor 3. via Judy's Book | 8/25/2008

2 out of 5 stars

It might be fish but IMO this is the worst Sushi joint in Downtown Portland.

great service knee wobbling hamachi

Reviewer: alex c via Insider Pages | 2/11/2008

5 out of 5 stars

I really can't believe how good that the food is here for the price.\r Everything is made fresh...they take a ton of time prepping the ingredients. Put me in coach I'm ready to play.

It smells like fish. What else

Reviewer: Marie H. via Judy's Book | 4/26/2006

4 out of 5 stars

Sushi Takahashi is exactly what you expect it to be - an affordable, quick, kitchy sushi joint - and that's not a bad thing. It's not always a good thing, either, and I've had more dubious pieces of fish and more slightly queasy…

Sushi without the pretention!

Reviewer: suzyth via Citysearch | 4/19/2006

5 out of 5 stars

Unlike the sterile environs of many sushi places in Portland, Sushi Takahasi dishes up creative hand rolls and sashimi with flair and character. Fun place to take friends and grub for cheap!!

better sushi land than sushi land

Reviewer: lowrizzle via Citysearch | 3/12/2006

5 out of 5 stars

Went on a Wednesday night and didn't have to wait to get a booth, but picking foods off the train by getting up and standing by the train feels a bit akward. The large electric train is cool, the whole place had a very trendy-by-accident…

best sushi joint in all of portland!

Reviewer: outofvodka via Citysearch | 11/26/2005

5 out of 5 stars

I've been eating sushi my entire life. Salmon sushi is my favorite food ever. For the price and quality and consistency of their salmon sushi, I consider Sushi Takahashi to be my favorite sushi restaraunt EVER! I've been to over 50 sushi…

Love the sushi, love the prices!

Reviewer: Sarah G. via Judy's Book | 8/26/2005

5 out of 5 stars

It's really best when Mr. Takahashi himself is there, but it's good anytime. It can get crowded on the cheap nights, though, so be prepared to wait. I love waiting for something good to come along on the train. If you've never tried it,…


Reviewer: letstalkaboutspaceships via Citysearch | 8/13/2005

5 out of 5 stars

No frills, but decent sushi. Watch out, it can get very busy on the weekend nights and when they do $1.25 (or is it $1.50?) plates.

sushi on the cheap for the non-discerning palate

Reviewer: henry8 via Citysearch | 7/13/2005

5 out of 5 stars

if you're looking for fancy-pantsy sushi, head elsewhere. this is basic, no frills stuff for way cheap. if you're just looking for a quick fix, you've found the right place!

Cho Cho darling, you're simply fabulous

Reviewer: Lisa M. via Judy's Book | 6/6/2005

5 out of 5 stars

It's tempting not to review Sushi Takahashi, because currently there's seldom a wait and that's the way I like it. But it's so good and so cheap that I feel slighly evil keeping the news to myself. Ignore the sushi train travelling…


Reviewer: Lisa H via Insider Pages | 4/10/2005

5 out of 5 stars

This is the amazing place with the sushi train. The food is amazing, the prices are good, the people are friendly. I eat there 4 times a week.

Sushi on a budget

Reviewer: madermouse via Citysearch | 5/19/2004

5 out of 5 stars

This place reminds of of sushi for the "common" American. Not to say that the sushi isn't authentic or good, it is...but that its a no-frills joint where you don't have to put up with snobs or shell out a lot of cash for decent sushi.…

Tokyo good

Reviewer: scottywag via Citysearch | 10/6/2003

5 out of 5 stars

I take my friends from Japan to Takahashi's because it is the best you can get in Portland. The Japanese agree. I've been to Todai, Bush, and Koji's and they are not bad but why pay more? So, if you can get over not paying a lot for sushi…

Delicious, Fun, and Affordable

Reviewer: CRL75 via Citysearch | 4/20/2003

5 out of 5 stars

I love Sushi Takahasi. The waitresses are always great as are the sushi chefs. It has a relaxed atmosphere. The prices are good, and the sushi is delectable! I always take friends who have never been, and have got nothing but rave reviews…

passable sushi for cheap

Reviewer: pocpoc via Citysearch | 2/27/2003

5 out of 5 stars

The sushi isn't great, but this place is great for the low-budgeted sushi addict who just NEEDS a fix while they save up for the pricier (and better) joints in town. Although nothing special, Takahasi's got the basics covered and the fish…

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