Ever tried Kitcho? For the better part of two decades, this unassuming Market Square storefront has been an A-list supplier of sushi, and other things Nipponese, to restaurant goers in the know.
Lately, the deep, 50-seat dining room and 10-place sushi bar have gone from austere gray and black to more cheerful warm red walls, some new ebony furnishings and occasional room-dividing soshi screens.
Budgeters like the easy $5 to $7 makimono prices. Shrimp buffs like the Gulf Roll with its crunchy surprise of fried shrimp, scallions and flying-fish eggs, and the American Dream that combines salmon, shrimp, avocado and flying-fish eggs. Everyone likes the friendly, accommodating chefs.
Whatever sushi's on your mind, you'll find it here, extra-pleasantly served. And the right beer or wine to go with it. At competitive prices. Enough said.