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Shokudo Kadoya

Shokudo Kadoya Description

Shokudo Kadoya is a charming restaurant located in Kyoto, Japan. Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, this eatery offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area. The restaurant's decor is warm and inviting, with traditional Japanese elements that create a cozy and authentic atmosphere.

One of the standout features of Shokudo Kadoya is its diverse menu, which showcases a variety of delicious dishes. From udon noodles to donburi bowls, each item is carefully prepared using fresh and high-quality ingredients. The menu also includes a range of vegetarian and vegan options, ensuring that there is something for everyone to enjoy.

One must-try dish at Shokudo Kadoya is their signature tempura. The tempura is expertly fried to perfection, resulting in a light and crispy coating that perfectly complements the tender and flavorful ingredients. Another popular choice is the sushi platter, which features a selection of beautifully crafted sushi rolls and nigiri. Each piece is a work of art, showcasing the chef's skill and attention to detail.

Whether you're a local or a visitor to Kyoto, Shokudo Kadoya is a must-visit restaurant for anyone looking to experience the best of Japanese cuisine. With its welcoming atmosphere, diverse menu, and exceptional dishes, this restaurant is sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

Shokudo Kadoya Overview


26-1 Kisshōin Inokuchichō, Minami Ward, Kyoto 601-8314


+81 (0) 75-661-3807


4 minute walk from Nishiooji Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:15AM-10:45AM
Tue: 6:15AM-10:45AM
Wed: 6:15AM-10:45AM
Thur: 6:15AM-10:45AM
Fri: 6:15AM-10:45AM
Sat: 6:15AM-10:45AM

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Shokudo Kadoya Reviews

Shokudo Kadoya Google Average Rating



Great breakfast


I entered the store around 9:00 on a Monday. The only customer was an old man who had been drinking beer since morning.
Actually, I came here in the summer, but I didn't do it because I wasn't feeling well.
I was worried that it might not reopen, but I heard from other people's reviews that it had reopened. thank you.

There are two entrances, but you can see the side dishes if you enter from the right side.

I ordered pork soup and some rice. Even if it's just a little bit of rice, it's probably a normal serving. This is enough for breakfast.
Their signature pork soup is full of meat! It's mostly meat and a little bit of onion. This alone makes a side dish. Is delicious!


It goes without saying that it is a well-known store.

You can have “Butajiru” instead of Tonjiru.

It's crowded with regulars eating breakfast from early in the morning.

When you enter the store, the first thing you do is ask, ``Are you ready to order?'' ”, so tell them as soon as possible whether you want the pork soup large or small and the size of the rice.
that's the start
What you need to be careful about here is the size of the rice.
Although it's small, think of it as a large portion at a regular restaurant!
If you are a light eater, a small portion of rice may be fine.
However, I don't mind having as much rice as I want to enjoy this restaurant's pork soup. . . (lol)

As mentioned in other reviews, the pork soup has a surprisingly strong and salty seasoning, so the rice quickly disappears.
Irresistible and delicious!
Even if you feel sleepy in the morning, you will wake up instantly.
The only ingredients are pork belly, tofu, and onions, but there are so many of them that you might think this is a hot pot dish rather than soup!
This is the main side dish

For side dishes, there are pre-made plates and small refrigerated bowls lined up for you to choose from.
There are some salt-grilled fish that look delicious, but they don't have price tags, so don't be surprised when you pay. . .

I received a dashimaki egg.
Unlike pork soup, this is very typical of Kansai and Kyoto cuisine, with an elegant, light flavor and a delicate flavor with just the right amount of softness.
It's absolutely exquisite!
In other words, the pork soup was too salty, so it had a gentle taste that neutralized the taste in my mouth.
The cucumber pickles that accompany the rice are delicious with just the right amount of saltiness.

The tea is roasted green tea served in an empty plastic bottle.
Quite unique

This is a store where smoking is allowed.
There is an ashtray
thank you
Please be careful if you don't like it.
Children cannot enter

When you finish eating, call the restaurant staff and ask them to take your seat and pay.
Pork soup (regular), small rice bowl, and dashimaki egg, 880 yen
(As of 2023.04)
Is the dashimaki egg 300 yen?

The restaurant is said to be open from 6 a.m. until mid-morning, but depending on the situation, it may close early, so we recommend visiting as early as possible.

There was a sign saying “P available”, but it seemed like there were only spaces for 2-3 cars, so I used the nearby coin parking.
In the parking lot southeast of the restaurant, you can have a leisurely meal for just 100 yen.

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