Okonomiyaki Katsu


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Okonomiyaki Katsu

In this hole-in-the-wall eatery with only two tables and 5 counter seats, you'll get the chance to experience the real okonomiyaki (a fried batter of eggs and cabbage stuffed with your pick favourite ingredient). The friendly chefs will cook this Japanese "pizza" fresh before your very eyes.


Japan's old capital's cuisine offers a glimpse into the old times when Kyoto was the seat of the imperial court. Today, the city blends Japanese fine cuisine (kaiseki) with international gastronomy, including Italian, Moroccan, Indian, and many more. Read on to find out the best places to dine in Kyoto.