KiBo Restaurant and Lounge uses fresh, local ingredients to prepare their menu of creative Japanese cuisine.
I came here on a Saturday night for a friend's birthday party. It has really cool lighting, and it was a perfect level of busy, maybe half full - and it's not a big place. The food was really good - we had the Mussels in garlic butter, beef short ribs, duck breast, and agedashi tofu. Everything except the tofu was really good - the tofu was just kind of nothing special. I loved the mussels & clams - it only said Mussels on the menu, in butter - but it was actually a good sized bowl of mussels and clams in a broth - really tender and well flavored, and I love clams so it was a bonus for me. The duck breast was amazing too, super moist and with a little fat on each piece and the sauce was great. We ordered drinks, which were delicious as well, and very pretty to look at.
The servers were nice, but they didn't always come back with what we asked for, i.e. water, and we had to ask again. There was one girl who took a drink order and didn't write it down, and then came back five minutes later because she'd forgotten it - and then she didn't seem to understand what the drink was.
Random sidenote: The chairs are kind of funny in that they slide really easily on the floor, in a slippery kind of way.