As well as being a world famous traditional inn, Kinmata also serves exquisite lunches and dinners for non-guests, although reservations 24 hours in ... More
As well as being a world famous traditional inn, Kinmata also serves exquisite lunches and dinners for non-guests, although reservations 24 hours in advance are necessary. The beautifully prepared and presented full-course meals are served in either Western or traditional-style rooms overlooking a delightful garden. Lunches are from JPY4,000 and dinner JPY10,000. Both include the freshest seafood and vegetables from the nearby Nishiki market.
This is a nice and historical restaurant just north of Shijo. We had our kaiseki meal in a traditional Japanese private room, sitting on top of a heated pad. The 10-course meal used lots of quality ingredients and it was very nice. Service was also excellent.
I went for lunch and it was a wonderful experience, very warm and friendly staff although they didn't speak english very well, but that is to be expected. The food was wonderful in presentation and quality. The owner not only welcomed us into his house and explained the food but also gave us a tour of the historic inn. Very enjoyable!
This cafe and restuarant, located beside the Kyoto Imperial Palace, offers coffee, tea, juices and beer. European style breakfast is
served early, while the lunch menu features tofu burgers, pasta dishes, sandwiches and salads. Unlimited Internet access is available ...
Take a break after visiting nearby Kinkakuji at this new cafe/ restaurant dining/bar. Rumiyuka is particularly popular with young tourists
and students from the adjacent Ritsumeikan University who enjoy its no nonsense functionality and newness.
This high rise Italian restaurant on the 11th floor of the Kyoto Station building has impressive views of the city.
It is a good place to relax after a hard day's shopping in the Isetan Department store below. For ...