Ryotei ToriyasaKaiseki /Kyoto Washoku
Established in the year of 1788. This imposing building constructed over 230 years ago speaks of the rich culture of the Edo period and is one that is registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan. Its Yuka deck, although having changed in appearance over the many years, is also one that boasts a history of 130 years and photographs of it remain from 1874.
The 12,960 yen Kaiseki course and the 10,833 yen chicken mizutaki course are available to be ordered and enjoyed on the Yuka deck (table charge not included in prices). The rich white soup of the mizutaki course is slowly prepared over 3 days and made from a secret recipe passed down since the founding of the restaurant. It is the Toriyasa way to drink the soup and eat the included ingredients with ponzu sauce separately. The boiled chicken liver is another exquisite specialty.
Lunch courses begin from 4,500 yen and reservations are required to be made in advance.
|Business hours||11:30 to 22:00 (Last order 21:00)|
※ Day-time Yuka seating only available in May and September.
|Price||Lunch: From 4,500 yen (table charge included)
Lunch: Average price 15,000 yen (table charge included)
Dinner: Average price 15,000 yen (table charge included)
|Seating||Approximately 80 seats|
|Address||136 Saito-cho, Shijo-Sagaru, Nishiishigaki-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi|
136 Saito-cho, Shijo-Sagaru, Nishiishigaki-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
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