We will welcome you to our highly rated restaurant. After introducing each other, I will take you through our cozy place. You will see how my husband and I prepare every day before we open our business. I think this will be a very rare experience for you. You'll enjoy watching as my husband demonstrates "Katsuramuki"—one of the most difficult, yet essential techniques for professional Japanese chefs. I will show you how to make an egg-rolled omelette and we'll make it together. You'll then sit down to enjoy your tempura dishes freshly fried from the kitchen. Once your meal is almost over, it will be time to hang the Noren Curtain—a Japanese traditional shop curtain—and you'll have the chance to hang it when it's time to open the restaurant. Normally, only the owner of the shop can apply such goodwill, but this time, we'll welcome the customers together.
Over twenty years ago, after long working at a Japanese traditional ryokan as a chef, my husband started a local tempura restaurant in Kyoto called Gion Ebisen. I've been helping him with customer service since we started. Lately, many travelers visit our restaurant and we always enjoy talking with them—making customers happy makes me happy. I'm so excited to take you behind the scenes to show you our restaurant and kitchen. Being able to watch how people at a local restaurant prepare their food will be a rare experience to enjoy.
Tempura meal In addition to tempura, we'll provide an appetizer, Japanese pickles, miso soup, rice, and dessert.
Drinks We'll provide water and tea.
Our restaurant is located in the Gion neighborhood of Kyoto. There are many restaurants and bars in the area and our restaurant is very close to Yasaka Shrine—one of the most famous shrines in the city.
10月27日 日曜日 16:30～18:00
If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, please let me know in advance.