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Review excerpt: Kyoto's sandwich chain Dai's Deli sells gourmet sandwiches that are designed to please both eye and stomach.
Review excerpt: The titular chef and owner of Karatsu in Kyoto has devoted his life to preparing and serving kaiseki.
Review excerpt: Kyoto's Assemblages Kakimoto is a small alcove with pastries and an extensive selection of handmade chocolates with flavors such as vanilla, myōga ginger and rosemary.
Review excerpt: Souden is extravagant by marrying temari-zushi (ball-shaped sushi) with cups of Japanese tea.
Review excerpt: Breakfast at Kishin begins with a true Kyoto dish, a simple and small serving of kumiage–yuba (bean curd skin) folded over shredded cabbage and topped with a dot of wasabi.
Review excerpt: At its core, By Twotone is a bakery and cafe slotted into a narrow space that has the deliberate emptiness of a gallery.
Review excerpt: Don’t let the sticky floor deter you because Kyoto's Lucky Gyoza has a great range of delicious dumplings and is worth a visit.
Review excerpt: More than 230 years since Izuu's opening, the recipe and the ingredients have hardly changed.
Review excerpt: Kyoto's Walden Woods — with no signs or tables — typifies the third wave coffee boom cafe.
Review excerpt: If you’re looking for quality kaiseki at low prices, Tai no Tai is the restaurant should really get to know.
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