KiyamaKyoto Japanese Cuisine
The newest star of Kyoto's culinary world that gourmands cannot stop talking about
Having been awarded a 1 Michelin star only a year after its establishment, Kiyama is the restaurant in Kyoto most talked about by gourmands all across the country. Its owner, Yoshiaki Kiyama is a talented young chef who earned his stripes at one of Kyoto’s most prestigious restaurant “Wakuden” and creates authentic Kaiseki cuisine which uses sparkling fresh well water.
The combination of the gentle flavor of soup stock from freshly shaved bonito together with strictly-selected seasonal ingredients results in simple yet compelling cuisine and dishes. We hope you have a chance to experience the true essence of Washoku which Chef Kiyama creates through his carefully prepared dishes and works of culinary art.
|Address||1F, 136 Kinuyacho Nakagyo Ward Kyoto|
|Business hours||【Lunch】12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
【Dinner】6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
|Directions||About a 5 minute walk from Marutamachi Station on the Karasuma Line of the Subway.|
Crab Course ※Limited to between November to February.
※Restaurant service charge and tax included in the price in parentheses.
|Service Charge||10% service charge required|
|Seating||Counter: 9 Seats
L-Shaped Counter: 7 Seats
Private Room: 1 Room (4-5 guests)
*The L-shaped counter is available for private reservation for 4 or more guests.
|Children||Children are welcome in the private room.
Strollers can be brought into restaurant, however no baby/high chairs are available.
|Dresscode||No particular dress code enforced. However we ask that no casual wear be worn (shorts, t-shirts, sandals, etc. ).|
|Payment method||Please fill out the reservation form on this site.
※Payment for reserved courses with a credit card is requird.
※Any additional orders that you make for food or drink at the restaurant are to be paid for at the restaurant after your meal.
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