Traditional kaiseki cuisine, recommended salmon sushi, black yak beef, delicious, the price is not bad.
Michelin three stars
Some distance from the main attractions in Kyoto
The layout design is very creative, but the taste is far from expected. The service is not as bad as other reviews say, but it is not very enthusiastic
Jing Kaiseki Jiquan, if you come here to check in, you must make a reservation in advance. This restaurant is not something you can eat if you want. It is a very authentic Japanese kaiseki cuisine with an elegant environment and every dish is exquisite.
Kaiseki cuisine is very delicate. Every dish is exquisite, but the taste is good. Friends who like meat suggest not to go. Generally just taste the taste. It is not enough to eat. Kaiseki cuisine is very delicate. Every dish is exquisite, but the taste is good. Friends who like meat suggest not to go. Generally just taste the taste. It is not enough to eat.
The famous kaiseki restaurant that has been awarded three Michelin stars, the facade is small, and the interior is small and exquisite. It is in line with its own dishes. In my impression, it is the Michelin restaurant that has the most full stomach with one set meal so far. The service is considerate. thoughtful
Huaishi cuisine, in fact, just experience a one
Kyoto Kaiseki Cuisine, founded in 1982, is located near Shimogamo Shrine in Kyoto. The environment is very good, antique and cultural. There is tea before meals, independent single room. The menu is changed every month, and only customers who make reservations. Each dish is beautifully designed and has a visual impact. Every dish will be controlled at the appropriate temperature. So it is recommended to taste it as soon as possible after serving. The taste will not taste after the temperature has passed. So delicious. Each dish is like a living entity. The key point is that you can bring children, and you can also provide child seats. Juno can not bring children (2 and a half years old).
Booked in advance, I was fortunate to be able to book a location and give a private room. Wearing a kimono to eat dishes and experience the local customs are both good and bad. The good is that it is integrated into the local culture, but the bad is that the kimono is too tight, which really affects the appreciation of food. Every dish of kaiseki cuisine strives for exquisiteness. Although the precious edible gold leaf is also used, it does not show the local tyrants, but makes the cuisine more rare and noble. Every dish is carefully designed and made by the chef. As a respect for the owner, be sure to eat as much as possible. The price is more affordable than other Michelin, and it's still acceptable. If you go to Kyoto again, maybe you will choose here again.