I heard that today I was waiting in line at the Guangchuan Gate of Busan, Kyoto, and went in at 2 o'clock. [Cool] [Cool] [Cool] Come and tell me how many people are there today in Kyoto, Kiyomizu-dera, Kinkaku-ji, Fushimi Inari, Busan, and Gifu Garden? [Laugh but no words] [Laugh but no words] [Laugh but no words] Anyway, I am here today...
Kyoto is very popular with eel rice and restaurants like to improve their own quality
Although the facade is small, when you can see the crowd in front of the house from a distance outside the parking lot, you know you are in the right place! Those who want to go to Gwangcheon for dinner must go in line in advance. When we returned in the afternoon, some people started to wait at the door at 4 o'clock. This restaurant does not accept appointments and takeaways.
2017 has one Michelin star, and it is said that 18 has won the star, but it still has unstoppable popularity. We ordered a B set meal + a small bowl of eel rice. The difference between meal A and meal B is: 1) the snacks of meal B are full, and meal A is half; 2) meal B has an extra skewer of grilled eel liver.
Open at noon and evening, no appointments are accepted, you can only queue up. So every time there is a meal, there will be a long line. If you want to eat, you must line up early. After more than an hour of waiting, it was all gone, and it was really worth it. Because it is a rice bowl, the meal time is actually not long.