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New Year’s Eve at Kid Kyoto

  • Restaurants, Japanese
People sitting inside eating at Kid Kyoto Sydney
Photograph: Anna Kucera

Time Out says

Enjoy gourmet Japanese eats as you bid farewell to 2021 and say 'Kon'nichiwa' to the new year

Self-described as a rebellious izakaya, this up-market Japanese eatery on Bridge Lane has devised a New Year’s Eve experience not to be missed. KK is all about expressing Japanese flavours using high-quality Australian ingredients, so say 'sayōnara' to 2021 with one of their classic set menus which include dishes like ocean trout sashimi with mustard miso and ponzu jelly and teriyaki pork hock with green apple.

Chef Rhys Watson-Lamb’s dishes are perfrectly paired with a Chūhai Spritz, a stirred cocktail that blends the distilled rice spirit sochu, fresh fruit juice and sparkling water. Enjoy 2 hours of bottomless Chūhais with share plates for $75 per person, and feel like you’re celebrating in a laneway bar or upscale kaiseki restaurant in Kyoto.

Written by
Kevin Ding


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