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Loved the little alley where the restaurant is situated. Food was excellent, really enjoyed the flavours. Great service. A bit noisy and warm where we were seated
Fantastic food with innovative very tasty flavours. Friendly attentive service. My only dislike was the heat of the Bridge St side of the restaurant on a 30 degree day outside despite being assured the air conditioning was on maximum cooling. Yet the other side is dark and too cool. Otherwise a very enjoyable meal.
Overall very good, Excellent food, however the ice cream is a bit salty.
Great staff and everything we ordered was great. The pork hock was a stand out. It's one of the best things I've ever eaten. Would definitely recommend.
My second time here at Kid Kyoto and can’t complain about the food.
The food is excellent. Highly recommend the poppers, the croquettes and the corn ribs. Liked the tofu a lot, but could have done without the fish fried rice.
Great tasting dishes, except for the matcha dessert which felt like crumbs on the plate with a scoop of sorbet. Bit disappointed with the service as our waiter did not ask before quickly cleaning away our dishes even though we weren’t finished with them yet
The lady who served us was pretty indifferent and cold - she even just reached out her hand rudely towards my mom without saying anything indicating that my mum should pass the empty plate to her nor "thanks" after my mum has done so. Definitely awful service from her. Food was fine but a bit on the pricey side.
We went there for lunch. Everything was great from service, atmosphere, food quality & presentation. Highly recommended and we will come back
Food was incredible!!!
One of my favourite dining experiences in Sydney. Food is interesting and high quality and friendly service. Great atmosphere. Recommended!
Thank you for your incredible review Brendhan! We always enjoy having you dine with us, so happy to hear you enjoyed everything again.
Creative, superbly presented dishes. Highly recommend the Omakase set menu. Watermelon sashimi was unreal, as was the kingfish sashimi. Arrive hungry - you won’t be disappointed. Will definitely go back.
The food was amazing! They cater to gluten free which was great. Had the corn, kingfish, prawns, miso chicken, poached barramundi and chocolate dessert
Great set up! Lovely fresh food
KK never disappoints with food and service (thank you team) and I never dine without having my favourite cocktail - In Bloom. On this occasion I also had the FuGuYu which is delicious! New on the menu is the pea mousse - absolutely delicious! Can't wait to come back soon.
Food – excellent - subtle tastes and good fusion of Japanese and western. Service – prompt service of food and drinks. BUT multiple unnecessary interruptions by waitress, constantly interrupting our conversation mid-sentence. Poor manners. Will definitely return, but with a different waiter next time……
The staff were friendly and attentive, the food was great especially the kingfish and the croquettes were my favourites. Great for entertaining clients.
Only flaw really is that it is a tad noisy, especially the table of rowdy young men next to us. However we got to move to another table. Food quite delicious and different.
Second visit, this time is to celebrate my partner's birthday. I've booked the Xmas Deluxe Omakase, and also requested to have some birthday decor "happy birthday" writings or something on the desserts. But both didn't happen. The staff asked if we'd like Omakase or Deluxe omakase. I say we'll get the Deluxe ones. (I thought they just confirming which Xmas menu) But it turn out to be the regular Deluxe Omakase. I noticed it when paying for the bill... Other than that, great food and drinks.
Quality of food was pretty bad. Too much sauce and all dishes are same flavour. Music was too loud and can’t enjoy conversation. Don’t call Kyoto. It is not Japanese food at all.
17-19 Bridge Street, 2000, Sydney, Australia
Kid Kyoto. Where alternative rock meets unexpected Japanese.
Kid Kyoto, a rebellious Japanese izakaya themed by music of the 80's and 90's - an era that encouraged its listeners to be different - turns up the heat on contemporary Japanese cuisine.
Head chef Justin Lee and his team, hero izakaya-style cooking, using fresh Australian produce. Stand out acts include the Table Smoked Salmon with wasabi pea and nori, the Black Hole Sun Pork Belly with nori jam, apple and pickled radish and not forgetting the Calpis Granita with drunken honeydew melon.
The drinks menu includes a comprehensive wine selection, Japanese beers, premium sakes, whiskey, gin and cocktails.
Kid Kyoto, features a semi-private dining room and an exclusive Chef's Table. At the Chef's Table, your chef is inspired by the playlist for the evening to create a unique menu.
So, come as you are and see how the music wrote the menu.
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