Friday, 18 September 2015

Kyoto Wakuden, Kyoto

Kaiseki (haute cuisine) is a traditional multi-course Japanese meal with each unique dish (often small)
meticulously prepared and beautifully presented. 

It is a form of art which balances the taste, texture, colour and appearance of a dish.  
 I love how the chefs bring together local, seasonal ingredients and infuse them to create a whole new dish. 
Get a real Kyoto feel and enjoy excellent seasonal cuisine at Kyoto Wakuden
 located at the top of Kyoto Rail Station.

Now it's time to expand my palate and trying something new.
All of my senses getting excited!

Japanese interiors are well known for their clean and simple looks.

Sake and Tea

Omakase menu (Chef's choice)

Bamboo shoot and kelp flavoured scallop

Sake served in bamboo

Charcoal grilled chicken with spring vegetables

Trout in the soup made by ground Japanese parsley

Japanese royal fern (edible wild green) and seasonal vegetables dressed in sesame

Roe of sea bream and edible wild green and beaten egg

Boiled rice with Japanese soup stock poured into it and sea bream marinated miso

Japanese sweets served with coarse tea made in Kyoto.

Kyoto Wakuden
JR Kyoto ISETAN 11th floor, Higashi-shiokoji-cho,
Karasuma-dori and shijo-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 


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