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Eating in Kyoto

Eating in Kyoto

Q: Where can I find cafés or restaurants for breakfast in Kyoto?
 
A: Wondering what your options for breakfast are? Kyoto has many bakeries, as well as Western-style cafés and coffee shops, of course, but it’s another experience to begin your day in the city with some scrumptious local fare. Read the page below to discover options to start your day Kyoto-style with a breakfast of rice and miso soup in a machiya, a meal in an old café, or head out to discover your own Japanese-style breakfast treat!
 
 
 
Q: Where can I find restaurants with Halal food in Kyoto?
 
A: Kyoto's cultural diversity means it's home to a variety of delicious Halal food options, too, from the more traditionally Japanese, to the exotic.
To get an idea of ​​what Muslim-friendly dining options Kyoto has to offer, take a look at our Finding Halal Food page! You'll find many styles of cuisine, including tofu, kaiseki dining, and kyo-ryori—and restaurants that range from pork-free to Halal-friendly, certified by the Kyoto Muslim Association.
 
 
Q: Where can I find restaurants with vegan and vegetarian food in Kyoto?
 
A: There are many traditional Kyoto options for vegans and vegetarians to fare, including yuba (tofu skin) and tofu, local Kyoto vegetables (or "Kyo-yasai"), and more.
You can find some of the best of Kyoto's vegetarian and vegan restaurants and cafés⁠—from trendy lunch spots by the river, to traditional Buddhist fare you can enjoy at historical temples!⁠—on the following page: Eating Vegan & Vegetarian in Kyoto

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