If you fancy teppanyaki, but done a bit differently, Hoen offers the fusion style of Teppanyaki, incorporating Japanese styles and Western features into the dishes. Hoen uses an immense variety of ingredients, from kyoto vegetables and wasabi to natural French salt and domestic fish and shellfish. You can even request the chef to cook teppanyaki with wine.
Address: Karasuma Takatsuji Higashi-iru, Shimogyo-ku, kyoto-shi, kyoto 600-8096 +81 75-342-2111
Certified as a seasonal Kyoto vegetable provider, Kunugi Teppanyaki serves high quality kyoto vegetables and Japanese beef. Located inside the Westin Miyako Hotel, Kunugi Teppanyaki only has 15 seats, which provides a tranquil dining environment. If you are tired of kaiseki and sushi, Kunugi Teppanyaki is a great choice for something different.
Address: Keage, Sanjo, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 605-0052 +81 75-771-7111
Itoh Dining has been serving teppanyaki in Nobu style and specializing in Kobe beef, for 50 years. Committed to attaining a high standard of fresh and safe ingredients, Itoh Dining is interior is a traditional Japanese house style design, with spectacular interior design, furniture and lighting. Reserve a table to guarantee a night of fine dining among the picturesque scenery inside and outside the restaurant.
Bonheur Teppanyaki, specializes in dry aged beef, which is an unusual ingredient in Kyoto. Bonheur Teppanyaki carefully selects special ingredients for teppanyaki such as avocado and salmon. Apart from traditional teppanyaki, it also offers wagyu (Japanese beef) hamburger and rib roast. The restaurant is gaining popularity as one of the best spots for teppanyaki in Kyoto.
Address: 680, Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan +81 75-351-0111