At Yakiniku Dining Kinoe the normal way of eating their yakiniku is to dip the meat, which is served to you already steeped in tare sauce, in their specially made vinegar. As many of their foreign customers seem to not like vinegar, they have prepared especially for you these five condiments you can see in the picture. From the left, soy sauce used for sashimi, sweet tare, miso tare, ponzu, and fried garlic. Enjoy Omi beef whatever way you want!
If after grilling a lot of meat, the grill’s mesh gets dirty, you can request for it to be changed.
|Category||Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ), Wagyu / Steak|
|Address||1st floor of Pepe Gosho Minami Building, 34-1 Tojiji-cho, Oshikojidori Yanaginobamba Higashi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture|
|Directions||A 5-minute walk from subway Tozai line Kyoto Shiyakushomae Station.|
|Open Hours||5 p.m.-12 midnight (Last orders at 11 p.m.)|
|Reservations||Accepted, but only by phone.|
|Closed||Open every day.|
|Credit cards||VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners / Accepted.|
|Good for||Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children|
They have their menu in English and Chinese, in both traditional and simplified, so you don’t need to worry about the language barrier at Kinoe.
|Menu||English and Chinese (both simplified and traditional).|
|Lanuages spoken||Simple English.|
|Number of seats||56 seats (16 table seats, 16 half-private booth seats, 24 Japanese-style seats).|
|Private dining rooms||Yes.|
|Non smoking / smoking||Separate areas for smokers and nonsmokers.|