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Okonomiyaki, Hot plate dishes

KINTA

Area

Central




Highlights:
Kinta is located along Kiyamachi-dōri St. which is just a few minutes from Shiyakusho-mae Stn. on the Subway Tōzai Line or Sanjō Keihan Stn. on the Keihan Main Line.
The dough used to make Kinta's Kansai-style Okonomiyaki (Japanese style Pancake) is very particular. Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside.
There are also many other choices such as Fried noodles, hot plate dishes, desserts and drinks. If your in the Kansai area, Okonomiyaki is a must eat! It's fair to say that Okonomiyaki is the most popular taste among the locals.


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Details:
Kinta's Okonomiyaki (Japanese-style pizza) is made with Japanese flour from domestically harvested wheat. There is plenty of cabbage stuffed inside this healthy and delicious dish.
Outside of Japan we are mostly familiar with using flour as a main ingredient in such things as Pasta and Pizza, But in Japan, especially in the Kansai region, flour is mostly used for Udon (Japanese thick noodle) and Okonoimyaki. If you are in town, this healthy, cabbage plenty dish is definitely worth a try!
The especially recommended Okonomiyaki choices are "Buta-Tama" (Pork), "Mix-Tama" (pork, squid and shrimp) and "Seafood-Tama" (squid, shrimp and octopus).
Other non-Okonomiyaki dishes are "Kinta-Yaki" (pork, squid and shrimp), "Tonpei-Yaki" (Pork and soft runny egg) and "Soba-Meshi" (Cut up Fried Noodles). If you get a chance, and you're in Kyoto, definitely try the regular fried noodles too!


Okonomiyaki, Hot plate dishes

KINTA

Area

Central

Open

5:00pm - 3:00am (Monday - Saturday)
5:00pm - 2:00am (Sunday)

Address

1F Empire Bldg. Kiyamachi Sanjo, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City

Tel No.

+81-75-252-1188

Fax No.

+81-75-252-1188


Credit cards

most major credit cards accepted

VISAMasterAmerican ExplessDINERSJCB

Travelers checks

not accepted


Menu

There is a wide selection of Okonomiyaki, Kintayaki, Yakisoba, Yakigohan, Teppanyaki, Salad, A la Carte, Drinks and Desserts.

Okonomiyaki is made from flour based dough mixed with all kinds of vegetables, meats and topped with Bonito flakes, ginger, and a delicious sauce that pulls it all together.
The Kintayaki is similar to Okonimyaki but the vegetables aren't mixed in with the dough. All the ingredients are stacked on.
Yakisoba is also commonly known as Chow mein, or fried noodles.
Yaki Gohan is fried rice
Teppanyaki literally means fried or cooked on a hot iron plate.

Recommended dishes

"Buta-Tama" (Pork)
"Mix-Tama" (Mixed with pork, squid and shrimp)
"Seafood-Tama" (squid, shrimp and octopus)

Other non-Okonomiyaki dishes:
"Kintayaki" (pork, squid and shrimp)
"Tonpeiyaki" (Pork and soft runny egg)
"Sobameshi" (Cut up fried noodles and rice)
"Yakisoba" (Chow mein/ fried noodles)

Vegetarian / Vegan

accepted


Additional services

Variety Courses (4 people or more)

Otegaru Course (Basic orthodox course) :
Okonomiyaki Mix Tama (Large)
Yakisoba x 2
Kintayaki x 2
Fried Potato slices and Cheese
Tonpeiyaki
King trumpet mushroom butter sauté x 2
Chinese Yam cooked with butter and soy sauce
Tender Beef ribs
Course salad
Dessert

*Other courses also available


Reference

Coupon
Get a free Soda, Draft beer, Shōchu based highball or Dessert.


Access

5 mins. on foot from Sanjō Keihan Stn. on the Keihan Main Line
3 mins. on foot from Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Stn. on the Subway Tōzai Line

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