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The doors are officially open at Kid Kyoto, the latest venture by Sam Prince Hospitality Group serving up Japanese fare to the sounds of the nineties.

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Sydney’s newest Japanese restaurant Kid Kyoto opens

Located down a hidden alleyway at the back of Bridge Street in Sydney’s CBD, Kid Kyoto is now welcoming guests into the Japanese Izakaya-style restaurant and bar.

Founder Sam Prince and head chef Seb Gee travelled to Japan for inspiration and used nineties music to help influence the culinary offering.

The a la carte menu features preserved lemon chicken tsukune with an onsen egg “birds nest’’ and chili rayu; pork yakiton with native quandong and karashi mustard; kingfish ceviche with pickled watermelon, lemon aspen and roast wakame kosho; and salmon sahimi with wasabi pea and nori broth.

Larger plates include wagyu sirloin with red hot chili pepper miso and tsukemono, and barramundi with smoked corn dashi, dill, snow pea and bamboo, while the dessert menu features Calpis granita served with strawberry sorbet, drunken honeydew and black sesame.

The drinks menu includes a comprehensive wine selection, Japanese and local craft beers and shochus, as well as a large choice of sakés, whiskeys and gin.

The team have worked closely with Archie Rose distillery to create a limited-edition Kid Kyoto Gin, with the signature cocktail the Kid Kyo-tini, made with Archie Rose KK blended gin, Noilly Prat, Junmai saké and homemade fennel and edamame shrub.

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