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Japanese: Soba


Kyorin Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Kyorin is a hidden gem that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. This charming restaurant offers a unique dining experience, combining the elegance of Japanese culture with the artistry of culinary craftsmanship.

Kyorin is renowned for its exquisite soba noodles, made from scratch using the finest buckwheat flour. The skilled chefs at Kyorin take pride in their meticulous preparation, ensuring that each strand of soba is perfectly cooked and has a delightful texture. The menu features a variety of soba dishes, from classic cold soba with dipping sauce to warm soba in a flavorful broth. For those seeking a more adventurous palate, Kyorin also offers a selection of seasonal dishes that showcase the freshest ingredients sourced from local markets.

Step inside Kyorin and you'll be transported to a serene and tranquil atmosphere. The minimalist decor, adorned with traditional Japanese elements, creates a sense of harmony and tranquility. The intimate seating arrangement allows guests to enjoy their meal in a cozy and private setting, perfect for a romantic dinner or a gathering with friends.

What sets Kyorin apart from other dining establishments is its unwavering commitment to preserving the essence of Japanese cuisine. The chefs at Kyorin have mastered the art of creating dishes that not only satisfy the taste buds but also evoke a sense of nostalgia and appreciation for the rich culinary heritage of Japan. Whether you're a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to embark on a gastronomic adventure, Kyorin is a must-visit destination for an authentic and unforgettable dining experience.

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Kyorin Overview

Address

3-chōme-21-11 Shirokane, Minato City, Tokyo 108-0072

Phone

+81 (0) 3-5422-8829

Access

8 minute walk from Shirokanetakanawa Station on Toei Mita Line / Tokyo Metro Namboku Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 12:00PM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Mon: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 12:00PM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Romantic

Non-smoking

Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Kyorin Reviews

Kyorin Google Average Rating

4.1

5

Google
Not English friendly but worth the money and the wait.

5

Google
2023.10.15 Noon: Drinking with a close friend for the first time in 9 months.
We drank sake in front of soba noodles and had a lively conversation for two hours.
You and I grabbed the steamer in one go and walked in opposite directions.
Order of the day
green bamboo tempura
homemade thick fried tofu
Autumn eggplant
Deep-fried tiger prawns and green onions
Freshly fried nanbanzuke
thick fried egg
Eggplant and cucumber with plum meat
Soba noodles

4

Google
Chilled Sudachi 1300 yen Others
A soba restaurant located in a residential area of ​​Shirokane. A beautifully designed shop. I was doing it in the evening, so it was perfect.
It's a great way to have some snacks while drinking and have a stress-free time on your day off. Personally, I liked that the dashimaki egg had a lot of dashi. The duck was delicious, and the Kanzuri that came with it was exquisite.
For the final meal, the three of us made a bamboo steamer, a nori bamboo steamer, and a chilled sudachi.
It's true that it looks good, but that's not how you eat it...''As I was told, the dashi may be good, but the flavor of the sudachi leaves a bad aftertaste. It becomes bitter. I guess that's what happens when you place emphasis on visuals, but the soba noodles are boiled to a firm consistency, so it's a bit of a struggle, but it's a shame. Seiro's friend said that Tsuyu was delicious.
I would like to go again if it wasn't too expensive.

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