KICHI KICHI Omurice Restaurant In Kyoto - Menu & Reservation
Chef Motokichi Yukimura has elevated the omelette-rice dish of Japan - called omurice - to a virtual work of art! His restaurant Kichi Kichi in Kyoto makes his signature dish See it right before your eyes. See the fluffy omelette burst beautifully over the rice under Motokichi's precision cut!
For lunch, there are 3 options to choose from:
1) Fluffy Omurice: Regular size (¥2,700), Half size (¥1,450)
2) Super Recommended Beef Stew & Rice (¥3,100 with rice)
3) Super Recommended Oxtongue stew & Rice (¥3,250)
You can add soup or salad with extra ¥200, or both soup and salad for ¥400.
If you are going with a group of friend, just keep in mind that you cannot pay separately! They also ask you to order at least one dish per person. Most importantly, MAKE A RESERVATION! It's a really popular restaurant and making a reservation is required.
Since there is only 8 seats available, reservation is a must. You can book 6 weeks in advance. They will update you with their availability on their website (link below), so keep checking, and plan ahead!
If you have read all the notes written on their website, you click "To make a reservation, please click here" button, and it will take you to a calendar. It shows the availability, so you select the dates you want to reserve, and it will then take you to another page where you can select the time. After choosing your preferred time, it will take you to another page where you fill in your information. After clicking "booking confirmation", you'll receive an email, and you're all set!
Check the link below for more information on reservation, and to make a reservation.
You can book by calling +810752111484 or if you're in a rush, +8109037285018.
Their dinner is open from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Kichi Kichi may have irregular holidays, so it's best to keep updated by checking their calendar! The link below will take you to August calendar.
How to get there
Have the most splendid Omurice experience at Kichi Kichi, Kyoto!
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