Traditional ‘fu’ that is used for a wide range of dishes
Hanbey Fu is a restaurant that was established more than 320 years ago, and is located near the Gojo Ohashi Bridge on the Kamo River. Kyoto-fu (wheat gluten) is made from Japanese soybeans and Kyoto’s pure water and is used in a variety of Japanese dishes. The excellent glutinous texture gives a particular taste to many dishes. Among them “Saiku-fu” is appreciated for its beautiful colors and gives a rich expression to kaiseki course dishes and Shokado Bento set. These kind of fu are designed in shapes of seasonal flowers and temari (handball) that represents a good charms on the dishes.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||433 Shonin-cho, Tonyamachi-dori Gojo-sagaru Nicho-me, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||End & beginning of the year|
|Recommended||There is acafé in the shop and dishes using Kyo-fu (wheat gluten cake) are available (reservation required). 3,150 yen.|
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