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2 for 1 at Kyoto Kitchen

An authentic taste of Japan has landed on the tables of Winchester with the brilliant Kyoto Kitchen restaurant.

Found in a prime city centre location just a hop, skip and a jump away from the beautiful Winchester Cathedral, Kyoto Kitchen is proving to be quite a hot amongst locals and visitors to the city, offering a divine menu of classic Japanese fare in ultra- chic surroundings.

The restaurant specialises in fresh sushi and sashimi, selecting only the finest ingredients for each dish. The menu offers all of the classics one would expect to find along with a good dose of new and innovative selections. Hugely popular is the imaginative Winchester Roll, the first sushi to use a wasabi leaf instead of seaweed and filled with locally smoked trout. As you can imagine, it has quite a kick to it! The Kyoto Roll is another highlight, filled with tuna, cucumber, avocado and soring onion in a spicy sauce, it is then dipped in tempura batter and deep fried. There are a few main courses if sushi isn’t your thing, with the oven grilled duck breast cooked with a raspberry teriyaki sauce is very fine option indeed.

Close to both the Cathedral and Winchester School of Art, Kyoto Kitchen boasts a prime location in the Hampshire city. The restaurant is chic and minimalist in style with black and white tones, wooden floors and huge bay windows. Supporting local suppliers wherever possible, it has become an integral part of the community and a hot favourite amongst many.

Important Information

Please Note The offer is only available on little plates, tempura section, vegetarian section and large plates.

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