Mar. 02, 2023 UPDATE

Miyako Yasai Kamo

- 都野菜 賀茂 -
Traveler Friendly
The dishes only have their names in Japanese, but as this is a buffet place, it should be easy enough to choose what to take. They also have English-speaking staff, so no worries there.
Menu
Japanese only.
Languages spoken
Simple English.
3396 15 6.7 2 reviews
Mar. 02, 2023 UPDATE

Miyako Yasai Kamo

- 都野菜 賀茂 -
Traveler Friendly
The dishes only have their names in Japanese, but as this is a buffet place, it should be easy enough to choose what to take. They also have English-speaking staff, so no worries there.
Menu
Japanese only.
Languages spoken
Simple English.
3396 15 6.7 2 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Miyako Yasai offers a wonderful buffet of organic vegetables
Often in Kyoto, it feels like you are not eating enough vegetables. But luckily there is a place in Kyoto where you can fix this, Miyako Yasai Kamo. The restaurant located in a stylish old town house offers seasonal vegetables grown in Kyoto, and it’s so popular there is often a line in front of its doors. They offer all kinds of vegetables and foods such as fried chicken and Hayashi rice, and for lunch they also have pita bread! And what’s best, you get to eat as much as you want! There is something for everyone here, and while the food is healthy, it’s also delicious! So, let’s see what they have to offer!
[Owner's comment]
“Miyako vegetables” grown in Kyoto and harvested in the morning are the leading part! You can also enjoy the chef’s special “Obanzai” side dishes made with miyako vegetables and the freshly picked “Hatake field bar”. The “Hatake field bar” serves miyako vegetables (vegetables grown in Kyoto) picked that day.
The miyako vegetables used in the dishes are collected by the head chef and staff in cooperation with farms, or directly sent from the farms. Therefore, the lineup changes depending on the seasons and harvest conditions.
The “Obanzai” also includes a menu featuring organic miyako vegetables from Kyoto that are pesticide-free, or with reduced pesticides and chemical fertilizers, and which are prepared and served with the vegetables of the day in a dish that makes them taste their best. There is a seasonal standard menu, as well as an "only for the day menu" that uses rare vegetables.
In addition, it is possible to enjoy delicious vegetables with other products such as “karaage” deep-fried food, or udon noodles.
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User Reviews
6.7 Good
food8.0 service6.0 atmosphere6.0
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Details
Open Hours
Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. (Last orders at 9:15) Lunch: 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Last orders at 3:30 p.m.) Dinner: 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (Last orders at 9:30 p.m.) *Small pot buffet, coffee and beer served until 9:00 p.m.
Reservations
Accepted *Online reservations only available
Closed
Open every day.
Price range
¥1,000 - ¥2,000
Credit cards
Not accepted
Good for
Solo, With Friends, Families with Children
Number of seats
67 seats. (6 seats at counter, 61 seats at tables)
Private dining rooms
Available
Non smoking / smoking
Nonsmoking.
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