Meet Kid Kyoto, Sydney's Rebellious Japanese Izakaya. Experience modern dining with a killer beverage selection, hidden in plain sight on Bridge Lane, Sydney CBD.
Whether you’re celebrating or having a tear jerking farewell, we’ll throw you a party you’ll never forget. We can customise the space to host up to 100 people. Bookings essential.
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Kid Kyoto is opening the doors on Saturday lunches for the first time ! ring your friends for a 2 hour feast of our "trust us" menu. $79 gets you 4 courses and bottomless chu-hai's (sake based lemony spritz deliciousness). Two seating times have been released - 12pm - 2pm and 2pm - 4pm. Book now to avoid disappointmenthttps://kidkyoto.com.au/#whats-on
Every Wednesday lunch, Kid Kyoto is serving $15 tantanmen style Ramen.
Bookings are essential and are only available at 12pm, 1230pm, 1pm, 130pm, 2pm.
There are limited servings available and when it's gone it's gone. Book in now to avoid disappointment - you must make a booking for "Ramen Wednesday" to guarantee your spot.https://kidkyoto.com.au/#whats-on
Sake masterclasses are available with our resident Sake experts - book one for your next company team building session or to impress for your next date night. Just $55 per person. Become an expert in all things sake as we take you through a special masterclass with our experts. Izakaya bar snacks included. Limited spaces availableBook Now !
These events were rescheduled to 26th and 27th August due to the COVID shutdown.
4 sold out events over 3 nights
A first time special collaboration between two great chefs, Head chef Rhys Watson-Lamb (ex-Bentley, Mr Wong) from Kid Kyoto and Cain Hyland (ex-Mjolner, Garfish and Sous le Soleil) from Mejico. We are combining two incredible cuisines and exploring the popular global food trend of Nikkei fusion. The very best of Japanese precision meets the spicy flavours of South American cuisine. Enjoy the experience as two amazing chefs go head to head, both determined to give you an experience to remember. Of course no Mexican-Japanese night would be complete without the best margaritas and interesting and rare sakes, perfectly matched (note: beverage pairing available for a small additional cost)
Challenge your tastebuds over a 6-course feast !
Paired wine/sake available for an additional cost per person.Book now