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Hours: Closed Sun.
Tea: Green (brewed)
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Kyoto has the atmosphere, the care in preparation, and just about everything it needs to be a great Japanese
restaurant. The only thing it lacks is fresh fish, which leaves it rather flat in the satisfaction level. I suppose one
could get by with beef dishes, and I'm sure they would be good, but to me a good Japanese meal should include
sushi, and the sushi here is just not fresh.
When my Teriyaki Salmon entrée arrived it was much better than the sushi, with fresh fish that did not have a fishy taste at all. The only problem is that it was farmed Atlantic salmon, which is the mass-produced inferior kind. The teriyaki sauce was pretty good--nothing to complain about at all.
Miso Soup was excellent. I even tried some sake (only because my dining companion ordered it) that was good as well.
Compared to the typical Texas hibachi grill Japanese restaurants this one is highly recommended. However, the high prices and inferior fish leave it lacking as a what I would call a "destination" Japanese restaurant.
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