Updated： November 06, 2018
Top Selected Okonomiyaki Restaurants In Kyoto!
Craving Okonomiyaki in Kyoto? Although Okonomiyaki is a pan-fried batter dish originated in Osaka, there are many Okonomiyaki restaurants in Kyoto too! I will introduce some of the most recommended Okonomiyaki restaurants in Kyoto!
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Katsu is a Okonomiyaki restaurant located 3 minutes away from Ryoanji station. It is located close to the world heritage Ryoanji, Ninnaji, Kinkakuji, and more. It is a super local and small restaurant with only two tables and 5 counter seats, but you can have real okonomiyaki here. You can enjoy different types of Okonomiyaki, such as modern yaki, negi yaki, and classical okonomiyaki. Enjoy different tastes of pan fried dishes at Katsu.
Kiraku is a Okonomiyaki restaurant located 5 minutes away from Higashiyama station. There are English menus and English speaking staffs, so if you want to prevent any language issues, this is a good place. They serve various Okonomiyaki and pan fried dishes in a Kyoto style, using regional vegetables as toppings. Their "Tombei Yaki" is the most popular dish, which is an Osaka dish that is an omelet with pork meat. You should give it a try!
Machiya is located 5 minutes away from Kyoto station. There is a underground street with many restaurants and shops, and Machiya is located there. The okonomiyaki is served with a Kyoto taste to it, by using "Kujyo Negi" (Kyoto green onion) and Kyoto regional eggs. It is a Okonomiyaki that you can only eat in Kyoto!
Yoshino is located 7 minutes away from Nanajyo station. It is on the backstreets of Sanjyu Sangen Dou, so you can stop by this restaurant after touring around that area. You can enjoy Okonomiyaki, Oden, Teppanyaki dishes at this restaurant. If you want to challenge yourselves with Hormone Okonomiyaki called Hosoyaki, you can try it here too!
Arata is located 4 minutes away from Kyoto station, so it is a good place to stop by right after arrival at Kyoto station or right before leaving Kyoto. However, it is only open during dinner time so be careful with their opening hours! It has a very local atmosphere and is a place that you can easily stop by. They have various types of dishes using hormones, and other pan fried dishes such as yakisoba and okonomiyaki that would go well with a glass of beer.
Please use this article when you are looking for good okonomiyaki places to eat in Kyoto! Although it is Osaka food, you can still have really good Okonomiyaki in Kyoto!
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