2024 Michelin Kyoto Japanese Restaurant : Noguchi Tsunagu (1 star)

updated: May 16th, 2024

Experience the delicious cuisine of Noguchi Tsunagu in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City. Indulge in their exquisite dishes made with quality ingredients. An unforgettable dining experience awaits you.

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    "Noguchi Tsunagu" is a restaurant located in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, which is a 4-minute walk from Gion-Shijo Station.
     The restaurant has a calm atmosphere with 12 counter seats.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy a course menu starting from a small appetizer, consisting of about 6 dishes.
     Additionally, you can also order à la carte dishes.
     The fried dishes, in particular, are delicious, and you can also savor dishes made with seasonal ingredients.
     Furthermore, they serve ramen as a satisfying finale.
    The chefs at Noguchi Tsunagu emphasize the use of quality ingredients and carefully prepare their dishes.
     The signature dish, "Nikuttsui" (a dish with meat to wrap and eat), is highly acclaimed, and all the other menu items are equally exquisite.
    Noguchi Tsunagu is well-known as a popular restaurant that is difficult to make reservations at.
     It is often used for private parties and events.
     The service is outstanding, even accommodating latecomers with attentive care.
    In addition to the various courses, Noguchi Tsunagu also offers à la carte options such as "Fried Jack Mackerel," "Nikuttsui," and "Ayusushi" (sushi made with sweetfish).
     You can also enjoy beer or sake alongside their dishes.
    Not only is Noguchi Tsunagu known for its delicious cuisine, but it also offers great value for money.
     The taste of the dishes and their portion sizes are both satisfying.
    When visiting Kyoto, be sure to stop by Noguchi Tsunagu.
     Delicious food and excellent service await you there.


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