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The traditional Shojin style cuisine is a perfect choice for Halal diners, because it doesn’t contain any type of meat or alcohol. Kanga-an specializes in Kyo-Fucha cuisine – a special style of the Shojin; rich and extravagant in presentation, you would forget about such limitations in their ingredients. A place to dine healthy, yet in style!
HP: www.kangaan.jp/ (Japanese Only)
Address: 278 Shingoryo-guchi, Tera-machi Nishi-iru, Kuramaguchi-machi, Kita-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)
Kerala offers traditional southern Indian cuisine, healthy, homemade cooking with many vegetarian choices. One of the few authentic indian restaurants in Kyoto, a great place for a change of pace from Japanese food! You will also find complete menu in English.
Address: KUS bldg. 2F, Sanjo-agaru, Kawara-machi, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)
3. Ukibashi – Hotel Granvia Kyotowww.nikkonara.jpbylines.news.yahoo.co.jp
Recognized by MHC (Malaysia Halal Co.Ltd), Ukibashi offers special Halal themed bento and Kaiseki menu. You can enjoy Halal in a classy atmosphere typical to a Hotel restaurant, it is popular not only among tourists but also for business meetings.
HP: www.granvia-kyoto.co.jp/rest/000485.html (Japanese Only)
Address: Kyoto Station Chuo gate, Karasumadori Shiokoji Sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)
4. Rose Cafèuk.pinterest.comtabelog.com
Rose Cafè is well known as Kyoto’s only “Halal restaurant”. Serves 100% Halal menu, the Turkish staff will serve you the authentic home cooked Turkish fare. Quality is their motto, ingredients are all 100% organic, both food and beverage. You can also order “to go”.
HP: www.kyotorosecafe.jp/ (Japanese Only)
Address: 88 Miyagakichō, Kamigyō-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu (Google Map)
5. Renais, Kyoto University Student Cafeteriavegemanga.cocolog-nifty.comtabelog.com
Kyoto Uni’s student cafeteria Renais offer Kebab dishes under the guidance of the above mentioned Rose Cafè. The establishment has been striving to add the international touch, which includes the Halal style. They were inspired by the opinions of many international students, some of which are from islamic nations. Now everyone can enjoy their food of their own countries with their friends!
HP: www.s-coop.net/shop_guide/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Kyoto University Nishibu Seikyo Kaikan, Yoshida Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)
6. Minokichi (at Kyoto Shin-Hankyu Hotel)www.minokichi.co.jpr.gnavi.co.jp
Kyoto’s vintage restaurant Minokichi is famous for their traditional cuisine with the seasonal vegetables and fresh fish from the river. However they strive to satisfy the needs of the Islamic diners. They proudly present their special “muslim friendly”kaiseki menu featuring halal beef. Make sure to order them four days in advance!
HP: www.minokichi.co.jp/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto, 579-12 Higashi Shiokoji-cho, Shinmachi Higashi-iru, Shiokoji-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)
7. Istanbul Sarayimo-memo.seesaa.netblog.goo.ne.jp
Istanbul Saray is the only authentic Turkish restaurant in Kyoto. Their menu is entirely halal, they offer various set course menu for anyone ready for a complete feast. “Karisik Meze”, or assorted hors d’oeuvres plate is particularly popular, come and experience the real taste of Turkey!
HP: www.istanbul-saray.com/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Matsumoto bldg. 3F, 534-28 Ebisu-cho, Sanjo-agaru, Kawara-machi, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (Google Map)