Apr. 04, 2019 UPDATE


A fresh and healthy buffet full of organic local vegetables
Tower Terrace is a buffet-style restaurant right inside the Kyoto Tower building. Enjoy a meal while overlooking the busy Kyoto Station, perhaps after visiting the observation deck of Kyoto Tower. Open for both lunch and dinner, about 40 different dishes line the buffet. The buffet includes appetizers, salads, mains, desserts, and soft drinks. Although not offered every day, sweets buffets with cakes and other desserts are scheduled on certain days from 3:30pm to 5:00pm. While their concept of eating healthy with an urban-forest-like atmosphere remains the same, the theme of the buffet changes seasonally. For example, Asian cuisines such as Thai, Vietnamese, and Indonesian are offered for the Asian/Ethnic themed buffet available from June 1, 2016 to August 31, 2016. If interested, take a look at their website or the front of the restaurant for details on their dishes.
Lunch Buffet
Lunch Buffet / Adults: ¥2,400 / Children ages 6 to 12: ¥1,500 / Children ages 3 to 5:¥800 |+¥400 (adults) and +¥200 (others) for weekends and holidays
Join in for a lunch buffet available from 11:30 am to 3:00. Why not start your exploration of Kyoto on a full stomach after having lunch at Tower Terrace. Enjoy dishes only available during lunch time and satisfy your appetite with their huge variety of locally grown organic vegetables and delicious sauces specially made with pride in-house.
Dinner Buffet
Dinner Buffet / Adults: ¥4,500 / Children ages 6 to 12: ¥2,500 / Children ages 3 to 5:¥1,300
Have a feast at this dinner buffet offered from 5:30 – 9:00pm. At Tower Terrace, you will be first served the day’s special appetizer (lunch and dinner "first eat" appetizer differs), and then you can grab a variety of delicious dishes made with locally grown vegetables and seasonal ingredients. Soft drinks are also included like orange juice, coffee, tea, and even matcha latte.
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Drinks / ¥1,700 for bottomless beer, organic wine, cocktails, and more
With an additional cost, you can enjoy alcohol as well. There are several different bottomless alcohol options available, starting from \1,400 for all-you-can-drink sparkling wine. How about celebrating a night with bottomless beer, organic wines, cocktails and more for \1,700? You can also order tap beer and wine by the glass. If you’re up for the challenge, try the matcha beer available from ¥600.
How to Order
Some soft drinks like orange juice, tea, and coffee are included in the buffet. If you want any other soft drink or alcoholic beverages, please let the staff know when seated.
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Making a reservation for lunch time buffet is recommended. Each dish has labels indicating what kind of ingredients are in it. So those with dietary restrictions can comfortably enjoy the buffet.
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Overseas Tourist-Friendly
2.7 food2.0 service3.0 atmosphere3.0
Enjoy wonderful local and fresh ingredients here, and it's all you can eat! The theme of the dishes changes every three months, and seasonal ingredients are always used. There are bottomless alcoholic beverages too, great for a meal to celebrate any event. Interior has a natural ambiance. It's comfortable and great for families!
2.8 food2.5 service2.5 atmosphere3.5
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
2.8 food2.5 service2.5 atmosphere3.5
Category Others
Phone +81 75-371-3370
Address Kyoto Tower Hotel 3F, 721-1, Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 600-8216
Directions Located just in front of Kyoto station.
Open Hours Breakfast 7am - 10pm Lunch 11:30 - 3pm (90 minutes limited) Dinner 5:30 - 9pm Sweets 3:30pm - 5pm
Reservations Accepted
Closed Open everyday
Price range
Credit cards Accepted
Good for Solo, Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Ingredients shown in icons and information in English available
Menu Japanese, English
Lanuages spoken Japanese, English
Number of seats 108 seats
Private dining rooms Available (for 20 people)
Non smoking / smoking Non smoking
URL1 https://towerterrace.owst.jp/en/
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