We've all been there, walking through the door of a new sushi place, waiting to be assailed by that old fish smell or handed a less-than-publix quality sushi roll. Trust me, this won't be that time.
Kitcho's is located next door to a fish market where they serve the *fresh* fish that you will find in your roll, your bento box, or slight seared in tantalizing strips on your plate. But backup, let me go to the beginning of the mail for a moment and mention the miso soup. I've been to Japan on at least 4 different occasions and have developed a love for miso soup (mainly for breakfast, but I can't get a Japanese restaurant state-side to open that early!) and must say that Kitcho's makes some very tasty and authentic soup. Mmmm!
Even if you don't like the soup you can always get a decent little salad with some of their homemade dressing. But that really isn't my taste. Anyways, I have been to Kitcho's at dinner, lunch, for business, for dates, and must say the food has never dissapointed me. Ok, I lied... there was that one time I bought the Love boat and couldn't finish it -- it's disappointing to leave sushi behind! ;)
The atmosphere is great, the prices are about average for a restaurant, and I would say they are decently priced for what you get.
The service can be a tiny bit sketchy during lunch when the waitresses are busy, but at least they keep me refilled on the Cucumber water! This would be the only slight downside, and it isn't common place -- I assume it's because mainly Lunch service has people coming for the Sushi buffet; so someone like me who orders off the menu might be a bit more impatient! ;)