Reservation for Tempura Darukin Karasuma in Kyoto

updated: July 23th, 2024

Enjoy freshly fried tempura and delicious drinks at Tempura Darukin, a renowned tempura restaurant in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture. Located just a 3-minute walk from Hankyu Kawaramachi Station, their light and crispy tempura, including their famous saury fish tempura, will delight your taste buds. With a wide selection of alcoholic beverages and a cozy atmosphere, it's the perfect place for a memorable dining experience. Visit Tempura Darukin and savor the best tempura in town.

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    "Tempura Darukin" is a tempura restaurant located in Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
     The restaurant is conveniently situated just a 3-minute walk from Hankyu Kawaramachi Station.
     It features a simple interior with seating available at the counter for 7 people.
    At this establishment, they serve freshly fried tempura.
     The batter is light and crispy, allowing the natural flavors of the ingredients to shine through.
     Their tempura made from saury fish is particularly renowned for its deliciousness.
    Furthermore, they offer a wide selection of alcoholic beverages, making it possible to enjoy them alongside their tempura.
     "Tempura Darukin" operates on a reservation system and has irregular closing days.
     The restaurant is open from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
    The chefs at "Tempura Darukin" are dedicated to using high-quality ingredients and preparing them with great care.
     They incorporate various ingredients such as vegetables and fish, offering not only traditional tempura with shrimp but also unique combinations like sea urchin and fatty tuna.
    This restaurant also offers seasonal menus, featuring dishes made with premium and abundant ingredients of the summer season.
    Please visit "Tempura Darukin" to enjoy freshly fried tempura and delicious drinks.


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