Renkon’ya is a tiny restaurant, but the atmosphere is very comfortable. There are many old things, such as a big kettle, in which atsukan (hot sake) is kept warmed down in hot water in winter. The kettle has been used since Renkon’ya opened in 1950.

You can eat dishes that have been cooked in a '50s-style fashion. You will feel as if you were in the era. The tiny Japanese-style room is very cute. So please make yourself at home. Renkon’ya was named after the most popular of all the dishes. The popular dish is karashi renkon (which is a fried lotus root with Japanese mustard.) Moreover, Renkon’ya serves some of the traditional dishes in Kyoto. They serve home-style cooking in Kyoto, and the dishes are not expensive.

ClosedOn Sundays
Credit cardsUnaccepted
ReservationNot Required
Seatscounter : 4
table : 4 (4 people can sit at each table)
tatami room : 8
EnglishMenu is available.
Vege foodAvailable