Best Sushi in the South Bay. I sat at the Sushi bar and was saved many different types of toro. The Uni was from Japan and had a wonderful complex finish. The value is the sushi special Trust the Chef for less than $30. Great quality fish, even though a little pricey.
I grew up in the neighborhood and saw this location go thru numerous types of business in the past 40 yrs. It's been a convenience store, a bar, a chinese restaurant, a burger joint, an ice cream place, an income tax place, another bar... finally it's a quality place. My mom's Japanese and very finicky and choosy about sushi restaurants, she has plenty of choices locally, it's got to be prepared and presented with heart and gusto by the chefs, and Kitsho delivers. Not nearly the best in town or anything like that, but certainly the best in our neighborhood. We try to visit every time I'm in town.
We were skeptical of the reviews because food is very subjective! We are so glad we went here because it has been the best sushi/sashimi dinner we have had yet. The food is very high quality, and the fish is very fresh. Top notch in presentation, couple with excellent selection of sake. Service is prompt and friendly. The ambience is relaxed and casual. This is the first restaurant that a sushi chef has invited us to sit at the bar on our next visit. That speaks elegance and hospitality. It is well priced for the quality of food. We celebrate my birthday and my wife new job today... this has been a great night!
This is one of my favorite Japanese restaurants in the South Bay.
The staff is friendly. But it's always crowded.
The raw fish is always very fresh. The grilled whole squid and the hamachi kama are among my favorites.
Some of the freshest sushi in the Bay Area, but not necessarily the greatest comprehensively--you southbay types need to get out more if this is the best you've had. I used to work next door and would go often for lunch to get fresh sashimi. More for purists rather than designer rolls.
I've been to Kitsho twice now, and can't wait to go back. Not bad given that I've driven down from SF and Oakland for this stellar Sushi and Sashimi place. I would compare this place against any other in the area, no problem. Definitely come here for the food, the ambiance isn't much to speak of. It's a nice place, but not particularly trendy ot distinct. Happy eating!
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