Get in quick, spots are limited at Kid Kyoto’s lunch Omakase this March.
For anyone who is craving a taste of traditional Japanese flavours, Kid Kyoto is a restaurant that needs to be on your radar. Located in the heart of the CBD, this dining spot specialises in the authentic dining style of Japanese izakaya (but with a rebellious twist).
While Kid Kyoto understands the decades of tradition that go into Japanese cooking, the team dares to add an innovative spin to their menu. Chef Rhys Watson-Lamb has added his own twist to this menu, using incredible native Australian ingredients and fresh local produce combined with Japanese flavours.
In fact, the venue takes inspiration from the small laneway bars of Tokyo, bringing the best of Japanese to Sydney’s dining scene.
This month, Kid Kyoto is launching an exciting new lunchtime dining experience not-to-be-missed. But you’d better book your spot soon as this exclusive lunch menu is only available once a week.
Get ready for Kid Kyoto’s lunch Omakase, a brand new autumn-inspired menu crafted by Chef Rhys Watson-Lamb. Running on Wednesday lunchtimes from March 3rd, this new lunch menu is priced at $49 per person and comes with a curated range of lunch-friendly dishes perfect for inner-city workers.
Kid Kyoto’s lunch Omakase menu includes six pieces of seasonally changing Nigiri, Tempura Jalapeno Popper, Chicken Tsukune. Plus, you’ll also score a house beer, wine, sake or soft drink with your dining experience too.
This menu is only available with a booking as there are just eight spots available per sitting (with sitting available from 12-1 pm, 1-2 pm, and 3-4 pm). Unfortunately, this menu isn’t available for walk-in diners, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Find Kid Kyoto at 17-19 Bridge Street, Sydney. To find out more and book your spot, click here.