The normal way of eating tempura in Japan is to put a spoonful of grated daikon to the tempura dip. So, take a spoonful, put it into the dip, and stir the dip a bit and you’re ready to start dipping!
When making a reservation you can tell the restaurant if you have any ingredients you don’t like. This way they can avoid serving those to you. They can also serve vegetarians by serving vegetable tempura only.
|Address||566 Komatsu-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture|
|Directions||The restaurant is 100 meters to the east from Kennin-ji Temple’s south gate and 150 meters to the west from Yasaka Pagoda.|
|Open Hours||Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (Last orders at 2:45 p.m.) Dinner: 5 p.m.-10 p.m. (Last orders at 9:15 pm.)|
|Closed||Open every day, including New Year’s holidays, Golden Week, and the Obon week in August.|
|Notes||・Please don’t come to the restaurant in overly casual clothes, for example shorts and sandals. ・The restaurant doesn’t allow children. ・Service charge for counter seats is 10% and for private rooms 15%.|
|Credit cards||VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners, etc. / Accepted. （銀嶺）|
|Good for||Romantic, With Friends, Business Meeting|
This restaurant is popular world-wide, so they can serve you in both English and Chinese.
|Menu||English, Chinese, and Korean.|
|Lanuages spoken||English and Chinese.|
|Number of seats||180 seats.|
|Private dining rooms||Yes.|
|Non smoking / smoking||Separate smoking area.|