What is Yudofu?
Yudofu are tofu pieces boiled in a bowl of lightly seasoned hot water, and dipped into soy sauce or ponzu (lemon-flavored soy sauce) before being eaten. Yudofu is a Kyoto specialty because of the prevalence of the Buddhist monk cuisine. It is frequently served during the colder seasons.
Best Yudofu in Kyoto
Junsei is located within the Nanzen-ji Temple, and has a beautiful garden which you can visit before or after your meal. This elegant restaurant is a true Kyoto experience where specialty tofu dishes can be enjoyed.