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Ichirin always has excellent food and service. Every dish is always delicious. Never disappointed
One of our favourite places to dine. Never fails to impress. Quality and presentation always top notch.
Excellent as always, sashimi was on point and the nimono hiramasa was as good as ever.
The food was absolutely delicious, but what impressed me was also the presentation. Very highly recommended!!
Ichirin is a low-key hidden gem in Leeming, which looks and feels like a humble neighbourhood restaurant but punches above its weight with an impressive menu that is truly Japanese but is also mindful of local ingredients. Went for the Omakase ("trust the chef") and was treated to a well balanced set of 6 courses, each thoughtfully crafted and distinctive than the last, and really showcased the skill of the chef. Ichirin is definitely something special, and I look forward to my next visit!
The 3 of us went to Ichirin for the first time for a birthday lunch after some friends raved about their food. Thankfully we had made a reservation because their smallish restaurant was full. The waitress was very attentive and friendly and before long, we got our food. All 3 of us enjoyed what we ordered - the food was very fresh, tasty and well cooked and it was a unanimous decision that we would come back again.
Ichirin is easily one of, if not, the best value for money Japanese restaurants in Perth. My wife and I travel regularly from Australind just to have lunch. Yes it can be a little busy or noisy at times but the quality of produce, service with a smile and attention to detail is second to none. Shiro Okuchi is a master with fish, already counting down to my next visit!!
Ichirin was a surprising gem in a quiet local shopping centre. We enjoyed the Omakase degustation menu, and each course was superb. Hard to choose a favourite. Will surely return, and recommend to others. Ichirin is quite small though, and tables closely spaced, although there is a "sushi bar" to sit at as well.
We enjoyed our fourth visit to Ichirin very much. Having just returned from a trip to Japan, including days in Tokyo, we again appreciated the authenticity, creativity and artistry of the presentation of the meals. The service was great - very attentive, with good advice to help us with choices. The Omakase looked fantastic - remember two days' notice is needed for that order.
It's only a small restaurant, so book in advance to avoid disappointment. It was our first visit, so we booked seats at the bar, like we did in Japan. Unfortunately, the counter and the plates were piled too high to watch all the activities going on in the kitchen right in front of you, but you got the impression from watching the faces of the chefs that things were going well... we still enjoyed the hustle. We ordered the vegetarian bento box which came with rice and miso soup, Fremantle octopus, assorted tempura and gyoza. All were delicious. A little on the pricey side -- but the quality and preparation were excellent. Next time we visit, we'll book the two days in advance needed for the degaustation menu, which looked fantastic as we watched it being served to other patrons.