Kimono seems a fairly typical Japanese restaurant, if a bit generic upon entering the place.
The menu is large with an impressive selection of pretty much any Japanese food you could imagine wanting.
Joe and I ordered tako sunomono, tuna sashimi, an avacado roll and a rainbow roll. Everything was served very promptly by a friendly server.
The food itself was quite bland.
The sunomono had an orange slice in it (a nice touch) but the tako was cut into thin, wide and long strips and was unusually chewy (even for squid). The noodles were skimpy and wilted with indifferent blobs of seaweed floating in it.
The sashimi was wet and slimy in appearance and rather than being firm with the beautiful pink colour you'd expect, it was pale, sweaty and anemic looking. Not terribly tasty either.
The rolls were flavourless and uninspiring and are not worth mentioning further.
To add to this lacklustre experience, the music - at one point a terrible Spanish guitar remake of Scarborough Fair by Simon and Garfunkel - would be better suited to a tapas bar than a Japanese restaurant. The hockey game was also very audible giving us the impression we were at a sports bar.
Overall, though the service was prompt and friendly, the food was overpriced considering how boring it was and Kimono is a place best avoided as it's utterly forgettable anyway.