Like others before us Negi (means spring onion) was a little tricky to find but we followed the reviewer's suggestions to success. It's in the very enchanting Gion area which is special in itself. We dined upstairs in a tatami room with lovely ambience. The owner/chef seems to be passionate about his craft and use of fresh vegetables in season. Despite our language barrier we followed his recommendations and enjoyed a delicious food adventure. We appreciated the departure from ramen and okonomiyaki at this stage of our travels and indulged in choices that extended our palate in a very positive way. I would never have considered a spring onion salad but it worked in conjunction with the other menu offerings. The bill was quite modest given we were totally satisfied food wise and had indulged in some sake as well. I would happily recommend Negi as a very positive Kyoto experience.
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