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Feb. 07, 2018 UPDATE
Old Hongkong Restaurant Kyoto - 老香港酒家京都 -
Traveler Friendly
English and Chinese versions of the menu are available, and there are English- and Chinese-speaking staff available, so there shouldn't be any problems.
Menu
Chinese, English
Languages spoken
Chinese, Basic English
279 1 6.7 1 reviews
Feb. 07, 2018 UPDATE

Old Hongkong Restaurant Kyoto

- 老香港酒家京都 -
Traveler Friendly
English and Chinese versions of the menu are available, and there are English- and Chinese-speaking staff available, so there shouldn't be any problems.
Menu
Chinese, English
Languages spoken
Chinese, Basic English
279 1 6.7 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Experience authentic Hong Kong cuisine in Kyoto
The popular Chinese restaurant Old Hongkong Restaurant Kyoto is found within COCON KARASUMA, which is at Hankyu Karasuma Station; there is also a direct connection from the Kyoto Subway's Shijo Station. It's a wonderful restaurant that offers not only Hong Kong cuisine (a sort of evolved Cantonese cuisine), but also authentic Hong Kong-style dim sum, at a location close to the station. All the chefs at Old Hongkong Restaurant Kyoto are from Hong Kong. Some ingredients are also directly imported from Hong Kong, which gives the food a true Hong Kong flavor. The seafood is an especially good part of the extensive menu. The dishes use fish from the fish tank at the front of the restaurant, making it something unique. Also, the dim sum is made fresh when you order, making it even better. Lunch is a yum cha course full of volume; the dim sum menu features over 60 different items and carried on a wagon, allowing you to see and order what you want directly. Old Hongkong Restaurant Kyoto knows there's more to offering an authentic dining experience than merely maintaining traditions; they're always trying out new approaches, using a variety of ingredients. Come to Karasuma Station, and try some ever-evolving Hong Kong-style cuisine.
1Recommended
Dim sum
Dim sum / ¥280 ~
With over 60 types of Dim sum available, it's made after you order for that freshly-made feeling. The bottom-right is Steamed shrimp dumpling; the bottom-left Steamed chive dumpling; the upper-right Steamed crab meat and yellow chive dumpling; and the upper-left Chinese roasted pork buns. Lunch is a 90-minutes and all-you-can-eat, with food carried around on wagons.
2Recommended
Fried seafood three dishes and seasonal vegetables
Fried seafood three dishes and seasonal vegetables / ¥2,780
A simple dish featuring shrimp, squid, and scallops, along with seasonal vegetables; it could be called the king of Chinese cuisine. The seafood and vegetables are carefully cut and placed. It's a popular menu item that allows you to experience a variety of textures.
3Let's Try!
Lemon sauce of chicken
Lemon sauce of chicken / ¥2,280
The Lemon sauce of chicken features fried chicken in a refreshing lemon sauce. Hong Kong has not only "fruits of the sea", but "fruits of the land" as well. Naturally, this restaurants offers not only seafood dishes, but meat and vegetable dishes as well--try them.
4Let's Try!
Fried noodles of pork of bean sprouts and shredded
Fried noodles of pork of bean sprouts and shredded / ¥1,350
A dish featuring fragrant noodles, richly-flavored bean sprouts, and thin-sliced pork. In a restaurant with a variety of Hong Kong-style dishes, the noodles are as good as you'd expect. With everything from single items to whole courses, you have your fill from the deep menu.
How to Order
There are English and Chinese versions of the menu. There are English- and Chinese-speaking staff available, so, when ordering, feel free to ask about the contents of the food.
- Order Tips -
All prices on the menu include tax. There is also a separate 10% service charge.
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