What Would You Like to Eat?
Read on to find out about Sharing Kyoto’s top recommendations for some of the best-loved spots in the area, loved by both locals and by visitors to the temple.
The menu features plenty of popular Kyoto udon dishes, and the restaurant, with its delightful garden, is a great spot for a relaxing lunchtime break from the crowded streets.
Guests who are staying overnight can also visit the ryokan’s bar, which operates in the evenings.
Hisago serves soba and udon as well, but their oyako-don is without a doubt their specialty.
Visitors can order with peace of mind thanks to the restaurant’s menus in many languages. Add a small Zaru-Soba to your order for an unbeatable meal!
Escape the hustle and bustle of the streets outside, take a seat in this quiet little shop and have a sip of their special green-tea drink, Ousu, and you might very well feel like you’ve been transported back to the Japan of the past!
We promise you’ll fall in love with their sweet “ohagi” rice balls, which are some of the finest in all of Kyoto.
We’ll be delighted if we’ve helped you even a little bit with your choice of restaurant. Bon appétit!