Kyoto Gardens Sushi (Cape Town)

11 Lower Kloof Nek Road
Tamboerskloof, Cape Town
Western Cape
021 422 2001
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This shrine to Japanese cuisine offers much more than sushi and sashimi.

At Kyoto Garden Sushi fresh seafood is the specialty, with no net unturned in sourcing top-quality, unusual ingredients from around the world, from farmed abalone to Mozambican conch, eel, sea urchin, and even Alaskan king crab, deep-sea scallops and wild salmon.

The combinations are innovative, the flavours fresh and delicate. The fare reflects the savoury essence of umami in stocks and dressings infused with mirin, dashi, ponzu, ginger and soy.

Vegetarians are spoiled for choice with fresh seaweed salad with shitake mushrooms, vegetable tempura and exotic mushroom dishes.

Leave space for delicious desserts of green-tea crêpes or toasted tofu with ginger and cherry blossom ice cream.

The cocktail menu tempts with Green Tea Destiny or a Ginger Misuwari infusion. An unusual beverage list includes Japanese beer, sake and twenty Japanese single malt whiskies, as well as wines from top Cape estates.

This is sushi for sophisticates, against the backdrop of very cool, minimalist decor. Expect an intimate, tranquil setting in the Zen zone with light wooden and paper textures, white blinds and screens.

Twitter:  @KyotoSushiCT

Monday - Saturday:  17:30 - 23:00


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Price Range: Mid
Seating: 30+
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Take-Aways



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