This time we had 12 dishes! The final of this course is luxurious, you get both somen noodles and takikomi gohan (Japanese mixed rice)! There is quite a lot, so I recommend going with an empty stomach.
Even on weekdays, you may have to wait for an hour for the somen noodles, but you can also make a reservation. If you want to get in smoothly and enjoy the kawadoko terrace in peace, I recommend getting a course.
|Category||Kaiseki / Kyo Ryori (Kyoto Cuisine)|
|Address||87 Kuramakibune-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City 601-1112|
|Directions||Hirobun is a 10-minute bus ride from Eizan Electric Railway Kibuneguchi Station (or a 30-minute walk).|
|Open Hours||11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Entrance to the restaurant by 7:00 p.m.)|
|Closed||December 30, 31, January 1. Other than this open daily unless otherwise noticed. 12/30, 31, 1/ 1|
|Credit cards||VISA, JCB / Accepted|
|Good for||Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children|
This is a famous restaurant so they are used to visitors from overseas.
|Lanuages spoken||Simple English.|
|Number of seats||Over 30 seats.|
|Private dining rooms||No.|
|Non smoking / smoking||Smoking allowed.|
|Other||Please note that the kawadoko cuisine we introduced this time is only available from May 1 to the end of September.|