Moritaya Kiyamachi-tenSukiyaki / Shabu-shabu
Established in 1869 as the first restaurant to specialize in beef in Kyoto city. Enjoy strictly-selected premium Kuroge Wagyu Beef which is procured from exclusively-contracted cattle farms located in Tamba Kogen as well as other top cattle farms across Japan, in the form of Sukiyaki, Shabushabu, oilyaki and steak.
Moritaya is most well-known for its sukiyaki which can be ordered from 5,830 yen on the Yuka. The flavor of the warishita is kept simple so that guests can enjoy the natural rich taste of the beef cooked in it. The oilyaki is the also a highly-recommended menu item during summer seasons. Cuts of loin and tenderloin are cooked with vegetables on a thick iron plate and seasoned with the restaurant’s original yellow grated-radish and Kyoto’s famous blend of seven spices.
|Business hours||Weekdays: From 11:30 to 15:30 (Last order at 14:30), 17:00 to 22:00 (Last order at 21:00)
Weekends: From 11:30 to 22:00 (Last order at 21:00)
|Closed||End of the Year and New Year Holidays|
|Price||Lunch： From ￥5,280 (tax and service charge not included)
Dinner： From ￥5,830 (tax and service charge not included)
|Seating||Up to approximately 30 guests|
|Address||Kamiosakacho 531, Sanjyo-Agaru, Kiyamachidori, Nakagyoku, Kyoto|
Kamiosakacho 531, Sanjyo-Agaru, Kiyamachidori, Nakagyoku, Kyoto
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