The matcha at this restaurant is super delicious, and all kinds of dishes made by matcha are great. It is easy to find in the downtown area.
The environment here is very good, and there are many kinds of tea to choose from, which makes people feel very relaxing. Many local people come to drink tea here. The environment is very good and the price is very reasonable. There are choices other than coffee.
I don't particularly like matcha, but I feel sorry to come to Kyoto without tasting it. The taste is still good, the portion is a bit pocket-sized, it's Japanese! Eating traditional delicacies and looking at the muse outside the window is a different experience.
I have eaten almost every branch of Chaliao in Dulu. I really like the bitterness of matcha and the sweetness of ice cream. Each of the five of us in the group chooses a different flavor, so it's fun to taste each other. If you are hungry, can you add udon noodles and soba noodles to taste cold? Another unique~
You should eat matcha every day in Kyoto. You can buy a variety of matcha products anytime, anywhere. Some are delicious and some are okay, but they taste better than most domestic ones. After all, matcha really pays attention to quality. You get what you pay for, good ones are really different. This matcha shop is also a well-known brand in Kyoto. In the hot summer, I passed by this shop and bought a matcha ice cream cone. It was delicious and I liked it. [Matcha White Jade Cone Ice Cream] 700 yen This ice cream is a limited style at Kodaiji store, but the style is very beautiful from the photo of the poster. The real thing is exactly the same as the poster, so the appearance is guaranteed, and it is also suitable for taking pictures, but the weather is heating up quickly! The egg rolls are crispy and delicious, made by hand. The matcha ice cream has a rich and smooth taste, with some matcha powder sprinkled on the surface. Three dumplings are also worn on the bamboo sticks of the cherry blossom model, soft and chewy, two white jade dumplings and one matcha dumpling. There is also a tuft of red bean paste that goes well with matcha. The delicate and smooth taste is very pleasing, and it also combines the slightly bitterness of matcha. After eating one, I really feel a little bit unsatisfied, and now I think I feel very greedy. I think this is better than Qian.