Today(1/15/2020) is Teppanyaki Kyoto restaurant 8 years anniversary, we have 2 special popular dishes which is Grilled hokke fish and satsumaimo,please see the picture. Also Junmai daiginjo “mu” sake original price$45 sale $35($10 cheaper). Please come to celebrate with us.
Teppanyaki Kyoto Restaurant celebrates Valentine’s day with you (reservation is recommended). Valentine’s Day Menu is available from 2/14~2/18. Limited number of special dishes from the Valentine’s Day Menu! #japanesefood #sake #izakaya #valentinesday #valentines #valentines dinner
What kind of Japanese beer do you like? Many Japanese people drink beer under hot weather. Have you ever heard of Hitachino Nest Beer? This is so good!! Hitachino Nest White Ale is a Witbier style beer brewed by Kiuchi Brewery in Ibaraki-ken Naka-gun, Japan. If you would like to drink this beer, come and enjoy great Japanese beer in our store.
We are happy to introduce our new beer, Koshihikari Echigo! This beer is both gluten and wheat free, made from a premium short-grain rice called Koshihikari. This rice is grown in Niigata prefecture, Japan, which is known for making the best quality rice in Japan.
We are closed on Christmas Eve 12/24 and Christmas day 12/25 but we will reopen on Saturday 12/26 for lunch 11:30-2pm and dinner 5-10:30pm. We will also be open on New Years Eve 12/31 for lunch 11:30-2pm and dinner 5-9:30pm. Please make your reservations now, our Autumn menu will end at the end of the month! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Do you love to drink beer in summer? Beer is good for this weather. Also cold Sake is very good for summer. Have you ever tried Sake? We have very great Japanese beers and Sake. You can take a look our drink menu from our homepage. https://teppanyakikyoto.com
To thank you for all the support we have received from you, Jan 15, 15 Warabi Mochi plates(わらび餅) will be served on the first-come-first-served basis If you tell your servers “HAPPY 3 Years Anniversary!” that you saw from HP, FB, instagram or Twitter.
*Warabimochi (蕨餅, warabi-mochi) is a jelly-like confection made from bracken starch and covered or dipped in kinako (sweet toasted soybean flour). It differs from true mochi made from glutinous rice.