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Kyoto Shijo Kuon

[Kyoto Shijo Kuon] is popular for its spice-flavored keema udon in Karasuma.

Kyoto Shijo Kuon is located in Karasuma and is known for its specialty, Japanese-style Kashiwa Keema Udon. The renovated machiya (traditional Kyoto townhouse), which was once a kimono store, retains its old wooden beams, mud walls, and tsuboniwa (a small garden).

Kyoto Shijo Kuon's Japanese-style Kashiwa Keema Udon with five types of skewered tempura

Japanese-style Kashiwa Keema Udon with Keema Curry Udon, barley rice topped with egg yolk marinated in saikyo miso, and skewered tempura (five kinds of tempura). 1980 yen.

Underneath the keema curry, which is scented with more than 20 spices, is thin udon noodles made from a blend of Japanese wheat and roasted germ, which are hand-ground on a stone mill. After enjoying the harmony of keema and curry, you can add some tsuyu (soy sauce) in the middle of the dish, or put keema on barley rice with egg yolk on top. Order the pintxos-style kushiten together.

Kyoto Shijo Kuon

Kyoto Shijo Kuon

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  • 420, Koyadana-cho, Nishiki-kouji-sagaru, Shinmachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 4 minutes walk from Exit 26 of "Karasuma" station on Hankyu line
  • Tel. 075-251-6661
  • 11:00-15:00 (LO/14:30)
    17:00-21:00 (LO/20:30)
  • Irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/kuon_kyoto/
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