Mar. 20, 2019 UPDATE

Kyoto Gyoza Bar Anzukko

- 鉄鍋ぎょうざ 杏っ子 -
Traveler Friendly
Their menu is in English, they can speak and understand English, and even their website is in English. What more could you want?
Menu
Japanese and English.
Languages spoken
The staff can speak English very well for a Japanese restaurant.
899 1 7.0 1 reviews
Mar. 20, 2019 UPDATE

Kyoto Gyoza Bar Anzukko

- 鉄鍋ぎょうざ 杏っ子 -
Traveler Friendly
Their menu is in English, they can speak and understand English, and even their website is in English. What more could you want?
Menu
Japanese and English.
Languages spoken
The staff can speak English very well for a Japanese restaurant.
899 1 7.0 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Anzukko offers great cast iron skillet fried gyozas with craft beer from Osaka and around the world
Anzukko is one of the most famous gyoza places in Kyoto, along with Hohei and Chao Chao, but what separates Anzukko from the rest is not only how good their gyoza are, but how varied their menu is. At Anzukko, located close to the subway station Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae, you can choose from gyoza of every type, noodles, deep-fried chicken, sausages, Italian-style tofu, sundobu (Korean soup)… among others. But the main thing at Anzukko is their cast iron skillet fried gyozas and their excellent beer selection. They not only have three types of Minoo beer from Osaka for you to choose from, but they also have monthly craft beer specials that you can also try.
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User Reviews
7.0 Great
food8.0 service7.0 atmosphere6.0
LifeInSakyoku - Finland
Oct. 29, 2018
Details
Open Hours
Tuesday to Saturday: 6:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m. (Last orders at 11 p.m.) Sunday and Monday: 6 p.m.-11:30 p.m. (Last orders at 11 p.m.)
Reservations
Accepted.
Closed
Mondays, Thursdays and irregular holidays.
Price range
Credit cards
Only Visa, for bills over 5,000 yen. The set menu is cash only.
Good for
Solo, Romantic, Business Meeting
Number of seats
17
Private dining rooms
No.
Non smoking / smoking
Nonsmoking, but there is a smoking area outside the restaurant.
Children under six years old are not allowed to Anzukko. As the restaurant is very small groups of over six people cannot be accommodated, and even with groups of six, you may have to sit on the counter apart from each other.
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