Intimate Japanese dining reminiscent of Kyoto’s laneway eateries.
KYO-TO is a tribute to its namesake city; a land ruled by temples, shrines and heavenly beings. Part terrace dining room, part open-air courtyard, Spice Alley’s first small restaurant delivers Japanese cuisine into a space bridging traditional talismans and contemporary design. Architecture firm, LAVA, leads us on a journey from a red-columned dining room inspired by the famous Fushimi Inari Shrine, out to a 19th century courtyard graced by graffiti geishas and Japanese lanterns. The tables are laden with homemade Japanese delicacies, cured to meet Spice Alley’s whirlwind hustle from pan to plate. Tonkotsu ramen stocks vary from the robust miso, a rich pork and a delightfully light chicken. The udon arrives hot or cold, the okonomiyaki pancake fried, the takoyaki balls garnished with bonito.
We will be open to dine in from
Friday 15th May, limited seating.
Open Daily 11am to late.
We have contactless dining & social distancing measures in place to ensure you have the best experience with us!
Spice House is a function space in Spice Alley, suitable for private events and parties. This upstairs terrace space offers three cosy rooms and a balcony with capacities of 10 -25 people per room.
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