A hideaway lunch “Chojiya” that is a 3-minute walk from Karasuma Oike
A 3-minute walk from Karasuma Oike, "Chojiya" is conveniently located. It faces Oike-dori and should be in an easy-to-understand location, but this may be difficult to understand. Because it's on the second basement floor of the Gimmond Hotel.
The entrance may be easier to understand. But is it a little difficult to enter because it is inside the Hotel Gimmond building?
When you enter the entrance, it's as dark as a haunted house.
After all, it's dark when I go inside.
But it's spacious. How nice. It's cozy. And what is it, a feeling of lethargy that spreads throughout the store. Well, the customers are coming to the holidays. I feel like I'm off motivation. Well, I feel at ease so much that I want to come when I feel like that. Does the feeling of a cave in the basement make it so? Does the digger make it so? Or does the sitting chair sofa do that? Atmosphere that you can stay as a dollar for about 2 hours.
The biggest attraction here is the relaxation that makes you feel like you are in the living room of your house. You can also smoke.
So, lunch. This is also unpretentious and nice. Tonkatsu set meal. It ’s not so delicious that you can drop the chopsticks from your hand with too much shock. Will it come again with such a shock! It's not as bad as it sounds. In other words, it's Ma Ma. I think I'm paying for this spacious space rather than rice. After eating a proper set meal, slowly read a book or play with a mobile phone. It comes in handy when you want to enjoy your time for a while.
And this is a pork shabu-shabu set meal. This is also reasonable. Besides, for the atmosphere of the store such as mackerel set meal, Lunch with a menu that looks like a regular set meal restaurant.
Regrettably. .. There is already a Kyoto lunch, but the amount is small. In terms of quantity, Kyoto is overwhelmingly more elegant than Tokyo. Thanks to that, I lost a little weight. Seriously.
Chojiya Hotel Gimmond B1F, Takakura Nishiiri, Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 075-257-0116Hotel Gimmond B1F, Takakura Nishiiri, Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto