Delightful lunch - each portion was pure delight and service was excellent too. Well worth the visit.
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Following recommendations to try a Kaiseki meal whilst in Kyoto we opted to go here as we managed to get a booking for the following day. Unfortunately in the two weeks we spent in Japan, this was the worst meal we had and the real...More
Firstly, and as one of the other posts already noted, the decor/ambiance feels very much like a canteen or cafe rather than high-end dining. Bright lights and beige walls did nothing for the atmosphere. You can opt for a private dining room which may be...More
Recommend to spend some money and try this excellent choice and carefully selected quality components for the 7course menu. Very nice service , clean , friendly. We went for ¥7k menu however if If you add ¥2-3 k more , you probably can enjoy even...More
I went to this place where a fine cuisine is supposed to be served. I was given an outdated english menu that does not corresponds to none of the menus, pictures and prices that one finds outside the restaurant (but in japanese language) (price around...More
Located right in the center of Kyoto's Shijo-Kawaramachi Shopping District in Gion, Tagoto (田ごと) is a secret little corner that is shielded from the bustling city life around it. What caught our attention was the warm and welcoming wooden entrance, and when we entered that...More
A great place for proper Kaiseki, without having to stay at a Ryokan. The tables are traditional, yet comfortable, probably more than a Ryokan room. Service is caring, even though English explanations are tough to obtain, and prices are competitive. In my case, I didn't...More
Reasonably priced kaiseki course in Kyoto. Conveniently located in shopping district of Shijo/Kawaramachi. Not sure about lunch but for dinner, you can make reservation for a private Japanese style room. Highly recommended.
So many options for eating in Kyoto,we happened upon this place as we enjoyed all the shops. We sat in back in the `shoes off' area and enjoyed a nice mix of upon, soba and tempura dishes.Maybe good fortune will have you find this place...More
Located in downtown Kyoto, this modest-looking restaurant serves up some of the finest food in Japan. Tagoto had been recommended to us by friends who specialize in finding great restaurants. We ordered the Kaiseki-Usagi course for dinner, which is the equivalent of a farm-to-table meal...More