Kyo-To

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - KAISEKI -

WHY GO

For a truly so­phis­ti­cated kaiseki meal, make your way to Kyo-To, a high-end tra­di­tional Ja­panese restau­rant, which has no name on its façade. Adopt­ing a zen mo­tif through­out—from its aes­thet­ics to the en­tire din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, Kyo-To is a nice quiet es­cape. At the 12-seater bar, you will be served and eat right in front of the tal­ented chef him­self.

TATLER TIPS

The kaiseki meal, which con­sists of seven to eight cour­ses, de­pend­ing on the day, leaves out à la carte op­tions. The in­tri­cate and skill­fully cre­ated menu changes in ac­cor­dance to what fresh or sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents are in the kitchen. If avail­able, in­dulge in the fresh­est scal­lop sashimi, the fried oys­ter (very juicy), the grilled OHMI wagyu beef, and the del­i­cate grilled kim­chi fish. Pair with a good chardon­nay or sake.

Kamo rosu (roasted duck) MORE THAN PHP 2,000 PER PER­SON PRI­VATE ROOMS

Crab and jel­lied vine­gar

Wagyu beef yaki­mono

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