Soft and chewy texture rice cooked in a lotus leaf
Takeka is a Cantonese cuisine restaurant located on Shinbashi Street in Gion, where maiko and geiko still live and work. Their dishes use less garlic and spices than usual so as maiko and geiko can enjoy their dishes before working: a typical example of Kyoto-style sensitivity. Their branch restaurant is in Furumonzen and serves a delicious dim sum lunch and takeaway items. The photo is of rice cooked in a lotus leaf. Dried scallops and other savory ingredients are mixed in sticky rice and steamed in a lotus leaf. If you call in advance, they will prepare steaming hot ones that will be perfect for you to enjoy upon arrival.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||Shinbashi Furumonzen-dori Hanamikoji-higashi-iru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||11:30-13:50 (L.O.), 16:00-18:50 (L.O.)|
|Recommended||Healthy lunch box with a variety of dishes is also recommended.|
Nouveau style Italian cuisine served in a Guest House
Aoi Yasaka Kodai-ji
A gracious machiya-style house for your base in Kyoto
Male Blanche Cacao 365 Gion Shop
365 days a year, a special chocolate for every day
Shrines & Temples
Delivering the doctrines of Honen Shonin to the present day