Reservation for Gion Nikutei Shin Gion-shijo in Kyoto

updated: May 18th, 2024

Discover the exquisite flavors of Omi beef at Gion Nikutei Shin in Kyoto. Indulge in their specialty "Omi Beef Hitsumabushi" and other delicious dishes. Located in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, it's the perfect place to experience the best of Omi beef cuisine.

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    Gion Nikutei Shin is a restaurant located in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture.
     It is conveniently accessible from Gion-Shijo Station on the Keihan Main Line, a 4-minute walk away, or from Sanjo Station, a 7-minute walk away.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy dishes made with Omi beef, with a specialty called "Omi Beef Hitsumabushi" being highly recommended.
     The meat is cooked to perfection, with a great balance of tenderness and flavor, and a variety of condiments are provided for you to enjoy different tastes throughout the meal.
    There are also various other menu options available.
     "Autumn Eggplant and Omi Beef Kombu Marinated" or "Nikutei Yukke" are among the popular choices.
     The chefs at Gion Nikutei Shin are dedicated to using high-quality ingredients and meticulous cooking techniques.
    The interior of the restaurant has a calm atmosphere and can accommodate 38 seats.
     On the first floor, there are 10 counter seats, and on the second floor, there are 2 private counter seats and 6 private rooms with a total of 26 seats (able to accommodate up to 18 people in a private room).
    The restaurant operates from 18:00 to 23:00 on weekdays, and from 11:30 to 15:00 for lunch and 17:00 to 23:00 for dinner on weekends and holidays.
     However, please note that it will be closed on May 28th and June 11th.
    At Gion Nikutei Shin, you can indulge in delicious dishes made with Omi beef.
     We invite you to visit and experience it for yourself.


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