Updated: November 06, 2018
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Yakitori In Kyoto, For A Cheap, Yet Delicious Meal!

Kyoto City

Yakitori restaurants offer delicious, yet cheap meals. You'll have a fun evening without breaking the bank. This is quite great because restaurants in Kyoto can sometimes be on the pricey side.

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Torito 炭火串焼とりと

Yakitori Torito is a highly recommended restaurant because it is both affordable and delicious. The restaurant is quite small so you'd better make a reservation before heading there. The interior is quite fashionable and modern. It is also a nice place for a date if you sit at the bar, and it's also great for a group as they have rather large tables.

Yakitori Tarokichi 焼き鳥太郎吉

Yakitori Tarokichi serves simple yet delicious chicken on a skewer dishes. It has more of a traditional atmosphere and is very welcoming! The staff is very friendly and helpful, and they even have an English menu. You have a stunning view of the garden while you are enjoying the yakitori cuisine. You can sit at the counter, or even rent a private room.

Sumiyaki Sousaitoriya Hitomi 炭焼創彩鳥家 人見

Hitomi is mainly frequented by locals, which is always a good sign! However, it is highly popular, so it might be necessary to make a reservation a few weeks ahead!!
The interior of this restaurant is both traditional and chic. Each skewer is served on a separate plate, it is simple, yet beautifully presented and most importantly, delicious! What's more is that it is only about ¥3,000 per person with drinks.

Yakitori Daikichi やきとり大吉

Yakitori Daikichi is a chain with restaurants all across Japan, even in China! This particular address in Kyoto is small, yet welcoming. It is not unusual to see women go there by themselves to have a drink. This goes to show how welcoming the staff is. The cuisine is affordable and delicious!
It is only about ¥2,000 - ¥3,000 per person.

Wabiya Korekido 侘家古暦堂

Wabiya Korekidou has its main store in the beautiful and traditional Gion district. The atmosphere is modern and chic, yet welcoming. You can order a la carte, or from the course menu, which really simplifies things in my humble opinion. The set is a little pricey at 6,800 yen, but you get to try a little bit of everything: soup, salad, charcoal-grilled chicken, etc.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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