From the bamboo-lined, lantern-lit path to the simple, traditional wooden decor of the rooms (with either chairs or tatami mats), Kikunoi is a microcosm of traditional Kyoto. The Tokyo outpost of one of KyotoÂ’s most illustrious kaiseki houses, it serves the rarified cuisine of JapanÂ’s ancient capital Â– expect to spend a good three hours at table if youÂ’re having the full-course dinner. For a more concise, affordable introduction, the lunchtime Kodaiji bento is an exquisite tasting menu in miniature, served in a lacquered box with several side dishes. Owner-chef Yoshihiro Murata is revered for the depth of umami he coaxes from the dashi soup stock that underpins all his dishes.
Discount 10%Time remains: October 24, 2014 to April 9, 2017
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