May. 08, 2017 UPDATE

Kamado Takitate Gohan Doi- Kyoto Station Hachijo-guchi

- 竈炊き立てごはん 土井 京都駅八条口 -
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Various kinds of all-you-can-eat Japanese pickles with Saikyo-zuke fish
You may have probably seen that the various kinds of pickles are beautifully lined up at souvenir shops around Kyoto station, tourist spots and restaurants in Japan. However, it is almost impossible to taste all kinds of Japanese pickles little bit at a time as shops usually sell a big pack of pickles. This restaurant “Kamado Takitate Gohan Doi” has “tabeho-dai”, all-you-can-eat offer for Japanese pickles, so that you can taste them as much as you want! 7 kinds of Japanese pickles are usually offered during the lunch time and you may enjoy the different sorts of tastes. They also offer several kinds of Obanzai, Kyoto-style home cooking, in a buffet style. “Teishoku”, the Japanese meal set, would be served during the lunch and dinner times. You may find the different flavors in your “Teishoku” as you eat together with various kinds of Japanese pickles.
Spanish mackerel pickled in sweet Kyoto-style miso set meal
1Recommended
Spanish mackerel pickled in sweet Kyoto-style miso set meal / ¥1,550 *There is a possibility that the price would change
This meal set is the most popular dish in this restaurant! Fish is pickled in sweet Kyoto-style miso called Saikyo-zuke and baked carefully and nicely. It is sweet but also a bit sour, and it goes well with rice. We recommend that you put dried young sardines called “Chirimen-jako” on your rice. It is seasoned by “sansho” seasoning which is a bit spicy and refreshing, and you may find the new taste every bite. Please try to eat with Japanese pickles which you can pick at the all-you-can-eat bar.
All-you-can-eat Japanese pickles
2Recommended
All-you-can-eat Japanese pickles / Free if you order a set meal
You may be amazed by the various kinds of Japanese pickles beautifully lined up at the all-you-can-eat bar. During the lunch time, about 7 kinds of Japanese pickles made in Ohara where is famous for nature and agriculture are offered. They are well pickled and not even too salty. You may enjoy them both by their tastes and their looks as they are fresh and colorful. They all go well with rice and any set meals.
Tsukemono tempura meal set
3Let's Try!
Tsukemono tempura meal set / ¥1,500(including tax)
In this meal set there are five seasonal tsukemono made into tempura. In this simple tempura you can taste the quality of the ingredients, and the batter of the tempura tastes so good you don’t need to add anything. Of course, you can also enjoy the tsukemono buffet with this meal set, so this is a chance to fully enjoy tsukemono.
Shibazuke croquettes
4Let's Try!
Shibazuke croquettes / ¥200(including tax)
Kamado Takitate Gohan Doi is famous for their shibazuke, or Kyoto-style chopped vegetables pickled in salt with red shiso leaves, croquettes. Inside the crispy croquette you can, of course, find their most famous product, shibazuke, and potato. At first, you may think that shibazuke and croquettes don’t go together that well, but the sweetness of the potato and the refreshing sourness of the shibazuke actually go together really well and the taste is mild. This is my recommendation. One croquette is only 200 so that’s a plus too.
How to Order



English menu is written under the Japanese menu. All-you-can-eat Japanese pickles and Obanzai are available for those who ordered a set meal. Rice and miso soup are also free refill if you order a set meal. We recommend that you eat your set meal with various kinds of Japanese pickles as you may find the different flavors every time you try new pickles.

- Order Tips -
If you still have a room for dessert, we recommend that you have Ozenzai, the red bean soup with rice cakes or Warabimochi, bracken-starch dumplings. Both are typical Japanese sweets and are popular among Japanese people.
3.6 food4.0 service3.8 atmosphere3.0
Price
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Erika
3.5 food4.0 service3.5 atmosphere3.0
When you order a meal set at this restaurant, you can eat tsukemono pickles and obanzai Japanese cuisine as much as you want. There are many types of tsukemono pickles made from seasonal Kyoto vegetables and obanzai, and they are all delicious! They also have unusual dishes like tsukemono tempura and croquettes with tsukemono in them, so this restaurant is a must-go for the tsukemono lovers!
Kenji
3.7 food4.0 service4.0 atmosphere3.0
This shop is run by Doi Shibazuke Honpo, famous for their Kyoto-style tsukemono pickles and vegetables pickled in salt with red shiso leaves, so their tsukemono makes you want to eat more and more rice! Personally I would like to recommend the pickled vegetables with red shiso leaves croquette. The saltiness of the pickles goes perfectly with the Japanese style mashed potato croquette!
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Kamado Takitate Gohan Doi- Kyoto Station Hachijo-guchi / 竈炊き立てごはん 土井 京都駅八条口
Category Teishoku (Meal Sets)
Phone +81 75-634-8545
Address 8-3 Takakura-cho, Higasi Shioko-ji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
Directions 3 minutes walk from Kyoto station (It is inside of the Kyoto station located in Hachijo-guchi)
Open Hours 9:00a.m. - 10:00p.m.
Reservations Not accepted
Closed None
Notes Please note that it would be crowded between 12:00p.m. and 1:00p.m. We suggest that you visit there around 11:30a.m. or after 1:00p.m.
Price range
¥1,550-
Credit cards VISA, MASTER, JCB, Diners / Accepted
Good for Solo, With Friends
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
English menu is written under the Japanese menu. It would be easy to order as there are pictures of each meal set on the menu
Menu English menu is written under the Japanese menu
Lanuages spoken Conversation level English
Number of seats 35 seats
Private dining rooms None
Non smoking / smoking Non smoking
URL1 http://www.doishibazuke.co.jp/kamado-doi/kyotoeki/
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