|Photo by thatfoodcray.com|
My meal was certainly one of the best I had while in Japan. The atmosphere was traditional, warm and cozy. A hot bowl of soba noodles with veggies totally hit the spot. I was surprised to find affordable prices from a restaurant with such a well known name and history; most noodle dishes were 800-1100¥ or roughly $8-$11.
|Cold soba noodle dish with tempura. Photo by thatfoodcray.com|
If you're in Kyoto, don't miss a chance to eat at Owariya! It can't hurt to browse this culinary guide for Japan from Lonely Planet either; it will teach you how to identify different types of food establishments from the outside and from the menu, which is very helpful if you don't speak Japanese!