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Japanese: Soba


Hisaya Description

Located in Kyoto, Hisaya is a hidden gem that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. This charming restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its cozy and intimate atmosphere. As you step inside, you'll be greeted by the warm and inviting decor, featuring traditional Japanese elements such as wooden furnishings and paper lanterns.

The menu at Hisaya showcases the best of Japanese gastronomy, with a focus on soba noodles and ramen. Their soba noodles are made in-house using high-quality buckwheat flour, resulting in a delicate and nutty flavor. Whether you prefer them served hot or cold, you can choose from a variety of toppings and dipping sauces to customize your dish to your liking. For ramen lovers, Hisaya offers a selection of rich and flavorful broths, paired with tender slices of pork and perfectly cooked noodles.

What sets Hisaya apart from other dining establishments is their commitment to using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Each dish is prepared with great attention to detail, ensuring that every bite is a burst of authentic Japanese flavors. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or a curious traveler looking to explore the local cuisine, Hisaya is a must-visit destination for an unforgettable dining experience in Kyoto.

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Hisaya Overview

Address

7-2 Ogurisumorimotochō, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto 601-1462

Phone

+81 (0) 75-572-9069

Access

8 minute walk from ISHIDA STATION (KYOTO CITY SUBWAY).

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-8:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Sake Selection

Hisaya Reviews

Hisaya Google Average Rating

4.1

4

Google
I got it at the store.

The storefront is small, and from the outside, it looked like it was open, but it seemed to be a delivery service, and the phone calls for orders were coming in all the time. There are two tables and a counter, but it was a space for preparing food.
The kitchen was staffed by four people, and the delivery was handled by about three people. They went and came back at a great speed, and then they delivered again... The kitchen and the delivery of food seemed to be very busy, but it was fun to watch.

I was at a loss because there were so many menus, but I ordered Nabeyaki Udon and Oyako Namba. Nabeyaki udon contains shrimp tempura, chicken, green onions, kamaboko, eggs, shiitake mushrooms, and fried tofu, and is full. Especially the chicken was moist, soft and delicious!

This time I will use it before delivery. Thank you for the meal (о´∀`о)

【Second time】
This time I used it before delivery.
As rumored, it was super fast and I was surprised.
It's within 2 kilometers from the shop, but it came in 10 minutes from ordering! It's amazing speed.

This time, I ordered a tempura bowl and a katsudon.
It was disappointing that the tempura bowl had only 2 shrimp tempura and 1 seaweed tempura, and no vegetables were included. But the seasoning was delicious.
Also, the delivery person smiled and felt very good, so I think I can use it with confidence in the future.

4

Google
It was my first time, but since it's a small store, there was a group and I had to wait. But it was very delicious. I want this to be my go-to shop from now on. I was so happy because I didn't know that there was such a good store on the street I pass every time.

4

Google
Ogurisu Whenever I went to my grandmother's house in Morihonmachi, she always ordered delivery❗️
I miss it because I don't go there anymore, but it was very fast and very delicious! ️
I wish I could eat it again someday ❗️

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