Leaves room for dessert, but try this place if you want some real Japanese Kyoto sushi 🍣. They only have the catch of the day: Makrel and it's delishhhh!
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My wife and I went to this restaurant, not knowing that all they served was Mackerel two ways. Once we figured out that this wasn't just the catch of the day and this is what the do, it was a real treat. I probably never would have gone here on purpose, but this turned out to be one of those... More
Full review here: http://bit.ly/ZMvWbE Most of us foreigners are more familiar with nigiri sushi - that version with a slice of fish sitting on a rice ball. But in Kyoto and other land-locked cities, local sushi was a bit different. Enter the Sabazushi - Slightly pickled/vinegared mackerel on tightly packed rice. No other city does this delicacy as well as... More
Loved the atmospheres there. We had this Kyoto's traditional food - Saba sushi. It's a kind of sushi but served in unique style. Aburi, roasted one, was really juicy and tasteful. Venerate rice is a bit salty but it make sushi last longer. So, you can take it out as well. The store located near Shimogamo shrine, where less tourist... More