All products are
from fresh domestic chicken.
The München fried chicken is freshly procured every day by a domestic producer with more than 70 years of history. Choose “Boneless” breast meat for a light taste or “with Bone” for a full flavour experience.
At München we offer a rich variety of standard Japanese set meals for lunch.
The set meal comes with a main dish, rice, soup, side dish, pickles, and is a good bargain. You can also change to a large serving of rice free of charge.
The Hamburg steak, made of grilled minced Wagyu beef, is a favourite dish of Japanese people, from children to adults. The demi-glace sauce, which originated in Western cuisine made with slowly simmered beef and vegetables, is also popular in Japan.
One Soup, Three Dishes is a traditional Japanese set meal consiting of one soup and three small dishes. Side dishes include one main dish, and two side dishes called garnishes. When you add the staple food rice, it makes a meal.
For the set meal at München, you can switch to a large serving of rice free of charge. The soup is a mini ramen-style with Chinese noodles. In addition, a small plate with a well-known Japanese side dish, as well as traditional Japanese pickles are included. There are so-called Japanese pickles made with vinegar, similar to the Western pickles, but salt pickles are more common.
Japanese people love a Pilsener. It is said that more than 90% of the beer on the Japanese market is a type of Pilsener. This is because major Japanese beer makers have continued to use overseas pilsener-type beers as references. The pilseners are crisp and go down smoothly, so in Japan it has become common in a restaurant to start by ordering "a beer first".
The draft beer at München is the pilsener-type draft beer produced by Asahi Breweries Co., Ltd. called "Maru F". This beer has a history of over 100 years (there were periods when it was not available for sale), and it is still very popular today. Please have a taste of what is referred to as "This is the Japanese Beer".
In Japan, besides being able to eat food from all over the world, you can also experience the culture of “Western food” from all over the world arranged with a Japanese twist. Its history dates back to the 19th century, and today it is widely popular as a common meal in Japan, just like Japanese food. Western food, which has spent eras along beer, naturally goes really well with beer.
Haus München is a sister restaurant adjacent to the east side of the main restaurant in München. Same menu as the main restaurant and special menu only at Haus München. Smoking allowed!
We allow the entire cut of the meat to cook for 40 minutes for a delicious finish.
We would appreciate your early order.
◎ 1 minute walk from Kyoto Kawaramachi Station, Hankyu Kyoto Line
◎ 5 minutes walk from Gion Shijo Station, Keihan Main Line
Opening hours: 11:30-23:00 (Open all year round)
Japan, Kyoto, Nakagyo Ward, Komeyacho, 386