Not a big go-to place for meat lovers, but we absolutely enjoyed the meal! The yuba (soy milk skin) pot was amazing, definitely give it a try.
We enjoyed our meal here. We were worried what we would find as restaurant around kiyomizudera. ESP since it's a very touristy area. We love tofu so we enjoyed our meals. My boyfriend had a delcious fried tofu set which I actually like more than...More
My millennial son and I went here at a bit past four o'clock so there was no wait. I've been here for lunch two years ago with my husband and this time, I wanted my tofu-loving son to experience the make-your-own yuba dish. Basically, you...More
Many TV programs recommend to try the Tofu soup here, so we give it a try. Come here around 3:30pm and no need to wait for table (heard it has long queue during lunch hour). Overall it is a good and fun experience to make...More
Perhaps my score is unfair because I've never been a huge fan of tofu. There were many different varieties and I'm sure the quality was extremely high but I think to many people it will just be too bland unless you're very much used to...More
We went in thinking we can get the typical sushi/sashimi/bento meals. Boy were we surprised to find that they serve tofu-based meals. We actually thought of leaving but decided to stick to it and ordered away. The food was interestingly good, we were pleasantly surprised!...More
This pure and delicate flavor Yudofu (simmered Tofu in hot water) is one of the famous dishes in Kyoto. This classic Zen Yudofu was originated from temple food (Shojin-ryori) for it's healthy substitution of protein source from meat or fish. Yudofo is the best example...More
At home in Scotland I'm accustomed to eating tofu, but usually of the deep-fried variety. This healthier option (boiled) seemed unappealing until yesterday. This restaurant seved up the most delicious tofu-based meal one could imagine. They have English language menus available, service is helpful but...More