For Visiting Three World Heritage Sites in Northwest Kyoto.
The Restaurant guide is handy to the eating and drinking establishments around Kinkakuji, Ryoanji, Ninnaji and Myoshinji. Use it to navigate the area food scene, and explore everything from long-established, famous restaurants to local offerings like yudofu (boiled tofu) and hand-made soba noodles, as well as fresh sushi, Western-style dining, and bakery cafés that hit the sweet spot. We hope that you find the Restaurant guide helpful in discovering the perfect spot to drop in and recharge before continuing on to the next temple. Bon appétit!
Hungry visitors looking for a great place to lunch or just relax in the Kinukake-no-michi Road area will find it here on the Lunch Map. The curated listings run the gamut from traditional restaurants that have been winning accolades for generations to brand-new, trendy hangouts for coffee aficionados.
Listings are broken down into three geographic areas: the vicinity around Kinkaku-ji, the neighborhood surrounding Ryoan-ji, and locations near to both Ninna-ji and Myoshin-ji. More than a simple presentation of the area and its restaurants, the convenient Restaurant guide also pinpoints locations, describes the types of cuisine on offer, even offers video introductions. The official webpage for every venue that has one is just a click away, along with the establishment’s description and ratings from the restaurant review site Tabelog. Make the map your portal for finding the best of Kinukake-no-michi Road food and drink.
Café dé ISO（Café and purveyor of select Chinese teas and sweet desserts. Accessible and barrier-free.）WebsiteTabelog
Omurahouse（Specializing in omuraisu, Japanese-style rice-filled omelettes）WebsiteTabelog
O-Shokuji Dokoro Kinkaku（Lunch menu and lunch buffet; obansai casual homestyle Kyoto-style dishes; kyoryori Kyoto seasonal cuisine）More InfoTabelog
Café Dish lahu（Lunch menu; café faire; Western dining; sweet desserts）WebsiteTabelog
Kinu（Lunch menu; udon noodle dishes; full-course set menu）Tabelog