A neat and minimal Japanese restaurant in Greenwich that serves authentic dishes, including shabushabu, a hotpot of broth, veg and thinyly sliced meat. Plus the staples: sashimi, nigiri, maki, miso soup, robata, ramen, tonkatsu and tempura. Kitcho have also been known to host sushi-making masterclasses here.
57 Greenwich High Rd
|Transport:||Greenwich rail/Deptford Bridge DLR|
|Price:||£26 to £40|
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Average User Rating
4.1 / 5
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- 1 star:1
I am absolutely appalled by what has happened this evening. Kitcho is outsourcing its takeaway items to a cheap Chinese restaurant. Our 'ramen' arrived - instant noodles, oily soup, none of the advertised bamboo, no spinach, no black fungus, no egg, no char sui pork. We paid over thirty pounds and yet when the Chinese printed receipt arrived, the total was twenty-one pounds, meaning on top of all of this we have also been overcharged. When I called the restaurant to confront and fix this serious issue, my integrity was called into question. As someone who has worked in a Japanese restaurant in the past, I am astounded and disgusted by the manners and quality of 'food' that we were supposed to sit back and accept. Usually we would simply never use this restaurant again, however because of the disgraceful impact of this situation we will now be talking to those with higher authority, because we believe it is completely against the most basic principles of a restaurant to falsely advertise the contents of their food and not state that another restaurant will be making it.
Absolutely DELICIOUS sushi, teppanyaki, tempura, noodles and donburi. Very reasonable prices. I would eat here every day if I could.
We are regulars at Kitcho, it's our favourite local restaurant. The sashimi is out of this world, and never fails to disappoint.
Excellent dining! Very tasty, fresh food. A little on the pricey side, but the decor, would warn u of this before looking at the menu. Still worth it in my books