This Japanese food shop is located near Kiyomizu Temple and mainly serves eel and rice. There were not too many people in line. Fill in the name and the number of people to eat on the form at the entrance of the store, and they were seated in ten minutes.
I ordered a set of eel rice and teriyaki chicken rice, which were paired with udon and soba noodles respectively. Three pieces of thick and oily eel are spread on the soft rice. The eel is plump, and the sauce is sweet. The texture of the teriyaki chicken rice is also very good, the chicken is tender and flavorful, and it is more delicious with green onion and shredded seaweed.
Recommended signboard salmon rice, taste good, mainly price applicable, cost-effective, can also enjoy the traditional local singing and dancing, quite good.
A restaurant specializing in authentic Kyoto cuisine. Mainly eel, the set meal can be paired with udon or noodles. The ingredients are fresh and the taste is great. Marinated and grilled dried eel, the meat is firm and the flavor is really strong.
Located along the route connecting Kiyomizu Temple and Kodai-ji Temple, it is very lively. There are many menu options in the restaurant. Soba noodles are served hot and cold. There is also Japanese-style eel and rice, which meets everyone's expectations.
There's a show, there's a trout meal, a good package!
Keza (Shimizu Ninenzaka branch) This Kezaza is already the second brush. Every time we walk through this Kezaza from Kiyomizu Temple to Chien Garden. Regarding eel rice, there have always been two versions of East and Kansai. It is said that Kanto The eels from Kansai are plump and big, tender and plump, while the eels from Kansai are small, crispy and fragrant. I have tried several Kansai eel rice and I also tried Kanto eel rice. For my Chinese stomach, except for the different sizes of eels, I don’t think the difference is big, especially now Kansai eel rice is also made of fatty and delicate meat. His eel rice has few thorns and no smell, and the noodles are hot and hot. To be honest, I can’t say what the other rice is. Come, it feels similar to soy products, not very delicious, but the soba noodles are good.
The signature eel rice is here. After waiting patiently in line, we were hungry and felt warm when we saw the eel rice. Perhaps there may be eel rice in Japan that is more amazing than this, but compared to the eel rice in most Japanese food stores in China, it is really many times delicious.