Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto to Grand Open ‘EMBA KYOTO CHOPHOUSE’ on April 26


Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto will grand open ‘EMBA KYOTO CHOPHOUSE’ on April 26.

This is a renovation of the hotel’s first-floor dining area, overlooking the historic ‘Shakusui-en’, a famous garden with over 800 years of history. The restaurant offers steaks from aged meat sourced domestically and internationally, seafood such as crab and sea urchin, and grilled dishes featuring fresh local vegetables. The menu also caters to a variety of dietary preferences, including vegetarian and pescatarian options.

Some examples of the menu and prices include: ’30-day aged T-bone steak from Tokushima Prefecture (1kg)’ for 32,000 yen, ‘Seafood Platter (oysters, car shrimps, crab, iidadako, sea urchin, scallops, lobster)’ for 22,000 yen, ‘Lobster Soup (Kyona leeks, Kyoto-produced kinuhikari rice, caviar)’ for 4,200 yen, inclusive of tax and service charge.

The restaurant is open for lunch from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, and dinner from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM (last order at 9:00 PM). It has 88 seats, 34 of which are terrace seats available for a fee, excluding hotel guests.

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