Kikunoi is located at 6-13-8 107-0052, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo. It has a nice atmosphere and opposite seats. Great Kyoto Kaiseki cuisine. Each of the 11 dishes is exquisite and the service is friendly. They change the menu every month, so I will definitely come back.
A long-established kaiseki restaurant with fresh ingredients and good taste. Teppanyaki is recommended. It is delicious and very cost-effective.
It's a Japanese cuisine, and the dishes are quite exquisite. The sashimi inside is carefully selected. It's very good. The hot plate soup is very good. The following charcoal heating is very meticulous.
Regardless of environmental services and tastes are impeccable. The materials are exquisitely selected and the plates are exquisitely presented. When we eat and appreciate it, we feel that what we taste is not food, but beautiful scenery after another. Love it very much!
The same kaiseki cuisine shown on TV is the kind of conspiracy of a few big guys pushing cups and changing cups~
Booked through Park Hyatt Hotel. The restaurant is at a small intersection. Since the hotel took a taxi, the grandpa who drove helped me to the door. Arranged lunch, the first visitor, and the only crooked nuts. The waiter knew I was a foreigner and immediately put me on the English menu. Each dish is very delicate, but after eating it, people feel comatose, so I can support it. The ingredients are very fresh. Watching the chef help out the small fish from the plate in front of him and show it to the guests. The service is really good, there are three glasses of water before the end. The chef finally came to express his gratitude, it was English + Japanese anyway. After the meal, the waiter delivered it all the way out, and the chef stood at the door to say goodbye to each guest.