7 Recommended Authentic Chinese Restaurants in Kyoto
Here you can enjoy Szechuan street food, kushi-nabe, which is still not well known in Japan. The owner, Mr. Zhou, who came to Japan to study abroad, brought a popular restaurant in mainland China to Kyoto, hoping that "people in Japan would get to know it.
The way to eat it is unique: select two of your favorite from four types of hot pot soup. All you have to do is to choose your favorite skewers and put them in the hot pot with the skewers. The spicy hot pot soup is served with a special sauce filled with condiments to give it an authentic taste. You can order individual items, but for first-timers, we recommend the course, which includes soup, skewers, appetizers, and dessert, starting at 3,850 yen.