English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 26 reviews)
“CHINESE FOOD DONE JAPANESE STYLE”
I went in thinking initially it was a Japanese restaurant to find out NO. but I made the best of it They did noodles like a good ramen but with a Chinese flavor and vegetables. Was a good meal, good young staff, friendly.
Visited November 2019
“Nice change, good food”
So, it's not Szechuan, Szechuan, because it needs to adapt to the host market, but it's good. Mapo tofu very good and often hard to find outside China . Ask for medium if you like mild. Nice sets, Nice change of cuisine after two weeks of (wonderful) Japanese cuisine.
Visited April 2019
“Great Sichuan food and friendly staff”
I loved this Sichuan restaurant in Porta Dining just outside Kyoto station. Friendly English speaking staff, good meals at extremely reasonable prices and perfectly drinkable cheap wine as well. I felt so welcomed that I ate there on four occasions during a week's stay in Kyoto. I opted for the k...ung pau chicken set on my first three visits. The value was too good to pass up - a generous serving of kung pau chicken and of mapo tofu, spring roll, gao ghee, chicken soup, rice, pickled ginger, for 1350¥ and a Chilean cabernet sauvignon for 1100 ¥. And on my final visit, a starter of delicious pork gyoza (6 pieces for 400¥) followed by a huge bowl of spicy soup with chicken, noodles and vegetables with chilli oil on the side. Highly recommended for a delicious cheap meal with delightful staff.
Visited October 2018
“Delectable Chinese dishes!”
Eating here made me recollect beautiful memories of China. The amazing dishes that this restaurant offers tasted very much authentic and, without a doubt, appetizing. Definitely try the duck fried rice as they're my personal favorite. The complimentary jasmine tea also reminds me of how awesome Chin...ese teas are. In terms of price, we're looking at around $10 per person, which for me is a great deal.
Visited February 2017
“Budget dining with varied option - some of the best food!”
Loved this place which is on the north side of Kyoto station , across the station behind the bus stops. It is an underground foot court + some shops. It is not expensive and variety is mind boggling. I tested some of the best tofu and noodles here! Stores are small so, be prepared to sit in tight pr...oximity but very lively!
Visited June 2015