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Sake and Dine Uri no Oden

Beef tendon 450 yen, radish 250 yen, tofu 250 yen. Oden is a dish that takes a lot of time and effort to prepare. The refined broth made from bonito and kelp is added to the soup, concentrating the flavor of the ingredients.

A small restaurant quietly standing in the back alley of Kawaramachi [Liquor and food Uri]

A short walk from Shijo Kawaramachi. In a quiet corner of an alley in the city, you will find "Sake and Meal Uri" quietly posted on a signboard. In this cozy space with four seats at the counter and three at tables, the chef is Kamikado, who used to be the manager of Nikomi Suzuya, a restaurant popular for its stewed dishes.

Drinks and Dining

The restaurant serves its specialty oden, such as half-boiled eggs and tender beef tendon, as well as Kyoto-style dishes that he honed his skills at numerous kappo restaurants and the classic potato salad. In addition to sake-driven snacks, the restaurant also serves oyakodon and, depending on the day, kamameshi (rice cooked in a pot with rice and eggs). The location is not easy to find, but you will want to visit even if you have to look for it.

Drinks and Dining

Drinks and Dining

  • Osakako and Shouji
  • 317-15, Tabukuroya-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2 minutes walk from Hankyu "Kyoto Kawaramachi Station"
  • Tel. 075-344-7899
  • 17:00-22:00
  • Closed on Mondays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/uri_kyoto/
  • Average budget 7,000 yen
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