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Cuisine
Creative Cuisine / Fusion Food
Average cost
Lunch: ¥2,000 - ¥3,500
Dinner: ¥5,000 - ¥5,999
Kichi Kichi is the yoshoku (Western style cuisine) restaurant in Kyoto where you can enjoy one of the best (and most dramatic) omurice in Japan.
Restaurant Details
Quietly awaiting in a narrow street, Kichi Kichi Omurice is for those in the know. Omurice is always a Japanese favorite, a Western-influenced Japanese cuisine consisting of ketchup-based fried rice covered with an omelet. Kichi Kichi’s signature is their fluffy omelet with a special sauce over the top. You can choose from Kichi Kichi’s original demi-glace sauce and a soy sauce-based cream sauce. The owner is very enthusiastic and friendly. He will dramatically cut and open the omelet in front of you, and the overflow of shining egg on the rice looks incredibly delicious. They also have other specialties such as beef tongue stew, cream croquette, and chicken cheese cutlet, all of which are also exquisite. Kichi Kichi is located only five minutes on foot from Sanjo Station, and very close to the Kamo River. This restaurant is always fully booked, so making a reservation is a must.
Reservations not available.
Kichi Kichi Omurice Phone Number
075-211-1484
Kichi Kichi Omurice Business Days
Sunday
12:00 PM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Monday
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Tuesday
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Wednesday
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Thursday
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Friday
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Saturday
12:00 PM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
09:00 PM
Kichi Kichi Omurice Address
185-4 Zaimokuchō, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, 604-8017, Japan
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Featuring beautiful landscapes from mountain to sea, Kyoto Prefecture conveys traditional Japanese culture through its architecture and gardens, art and artisanal crafts, and delicious local cuisine made from regional produce.
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