7 Recommended Authentic Chinese Restaurants in Kyoto
Yakisoba has been a friend of the common people, filling their stomachs with the appetizing aroma of sauce. Recently, specialty yakisoba restaurants have been popping up one after another, each with their own specialties. We have picked up three yakisoba restaurants in Kyoto recommended by our editorial department, where the noodles and sauce are the key to the flavor, so be sure to give them a try.
The owner, Ms. Oura, renovated her family's 100-year-old house to open this restaurant. Since its opening, she has not raised the price of her teppan-yaki, and new items are constantly being added to the menu, including the appetizing yakisoba, and the pork belly with eggplant and tomatoes, which is now available for 1,540 yen. All dishes are made with extra virgin olive oil, making them healthy and stomach-friendly.
Go to the end of the alley, marked by a sign on Miyagawa-cho Street. Mr. Tanabe, a native of Gion Negi-yaki Kana, serves chilled beer and teppan food from dusk until 4 a.m. the next morning at the counter, which is full of a sense of seclusion. There is also a full menu of appetizers that are sure to stimulate conversation.
［This is the fourth yakisoba specialty restaurant from Menya Yuko. In addition to the standard sauce flavor with a spicy aroma that stimulates the appetite and the salt flavor with a rich shellfish broth flavor, the newly released meat yakisoba is not to be missed. The homemade noodles are available in two types: thin and thick.
This is the sister restaurant of Teppan-yaki and Okonomiyaki Jin in Nijo Takakura, which has many chef fans. As soon as you sit down at the U-shaped counter, the aroma coming from the teppan stimulates your appetite. You can choose from four main ingredients: pork, squid, beef tendon, and beef hormone.