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Arashiyama Benkei Restaurant - Kyoto, Japan

Tenryuji Kaiseki with view
Arashiyama Benkei 
Tea Warming Room
Lunch with a view
Work of art presentation
Sweet and Savoury
Daikon and Bonito Flakes
Fish Shabu Shabu
Vinegared Dish 
Yummy Shabu Shabu
Grilled Fish
Shrimp Dumpling with amazing thicken sauce
Dashi Soup with Broccolini and Tofu
Rice and Miso Soup
Tempura and Pickled Vege
Local Beer
Seasonal Fruits

Most hotel at Arashimaya is famed tofu omakase but we didn't try that. 
We had Kaiseki instead, it was nice surprise because they sat us in front of the river. Basically having lunch while as we watch the world go by.

Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese multi-course meal prepared from fresh, seasonal ingredients. Some dishes are served hot, while others are served chilled or at room temperature. The progression of the course are to match the pace of the customer's eating speed.

Tenryuji  has 8 dishes at 6,000 YEN.

The highlight was the fish shabu shabu and shrimp dumpling. 
Everything else were fresh and top notch. 

They even offer option to take a onsen bath after lunch for a small fee.

Pictures by MSW
Arashiyama Benkei Restaurant - Kyoto, Japan Reviewed by Ah Wee on 4:03 AM Rating: 5

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