Well, I can see that plenty of other reviewers like Kasa; but I can't join their enthusiasm as much as I would like to. Something about Kasa has never clicked for me in the years that I have eaten there. I don't fault the food so I guess what holds me back is the fact that every time I visit I feel it is overpriced and I just don't get value.
The decor is lovely: see the photos from reviewers. It is a pretty place to take your date.
I have had sushi in the past and recall that it was pretty good. But not so good that I would rush there for it. And I do think that their sushi is on the heavier end of the cost scale. I attach a photo of the sushi menu so you can make your own judgment about the range and the pricing.
I also attach a photo of the main menu. Again, you can decide for yourself if this is what you want. The grilled items are fairly good. I have eaten most of the yakitori items and they are tasty. They are also really quite small. The bento box (I had chicken katsu) was pleasant: a reasonable, not big, portion of nicely prepared katsu (pleasantly dry and crisp, not at all oily), three portions of different Japanese salads, a quarter segment of orange; curiously, no rice. The tempura shrimp soba noodle soup was enjoyable - lively broth, lots of noodles, one tempura shrimp.
Now ... the big questions: was all this worth the cost ? did this feel like a $47 lunch? Not to me. This is Boulder, CO for goodness sake, not London or New York. I attach the bill so you can see how it got to $47 before tip. Sure, some people will say they don't need so many dishes and the cost would be lower. True. But these are not big portions.
If you want to spend $50 on a Japanese meal in Boulder and feel like you got something good for it the answer is simple: go to Amu in the evening (it doesn't do lunch). Amu is outstandingly good.
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