Course of the finest tempura of the day chosen by the chef
Matsu’s regular customers include foodies in Kyoto who have a discerning sense for good food. They used to serve tempura on the menu but the regular customers wanted to try something new and different and the chef started to serve “secret items,” as requested. Today, diners can experience both classical and different tempura in his course style dishes with tempura as the main dish. The finest seasonal ingredients arrive at the restaurant every day from around Japan and the chef considers how he can cook every ingredient in the best way taking into account appearance, aroma and texture. Considering the quality of ingredients and the skill of the chef, their prices are incredibly reasonable (from 5,250 yen for lunch and from 10,500 yen for dinner). This is absolutely one of the must-try restaurants in Kyoto.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
Fujin-gaho, Februaru issue,2012 and October issue, 2014 *Posted contents may be changed due to restaurant's schedule.
|Address||21-26 Umezu Onawaba-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||11:30-14:00 (L.O.), 17:00-20:30 (L.O.); Close early when ingredients are sold out.|
|Recommended||A 5-min. walk from Matsuno-o Taisha Shrine; Lunch course: 5,250-7,350 yen, Dinner course: 10,500 yen or 13,650 yen.|
Classical Japanese inn and restaurant set in the best scenic beauty site in Kyoto
Arashiyama Onsen Saishiki no Yado Hanaikada
Prefect destination for a train trip, both overnight and day guests are welcome
Relax and enjoy the Japanese tea and sweets
Shrines & Temples
An old temple with blazing autumn leaves where Hyakunin Isshu was compiled