If you’re looking for a great Japanese restaurant, where dinner and a show unite, come to Kyoto Palace Japanese Steakhouse, serving the community for the past 42 years.
Enjoy our lunch specials early in the day, sip a cocktail at Happy Hour, or settle in for a delicious dinner with the entire family.
Whether you opt for the full teppanyaki experience, freshly chopped sushi or a bento box lunch, you’re always sure to enjoy the great teppanyaki cuisine at our Japanese restaurant.
Call us today at (408) 377-6456 to make a reservation.
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH: Monday-Friday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
DINNER: Monday-Friday 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
SATURDAY: 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
SUNDAY: 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Located on the Second Floor of
The Pruneyard Shopping Center
1875 South Bascom Ave. Suite 2500
Campbell, CA 95008
For Donation Requests:
Kyoto Palace is proud to help local schools, businesses and charities. Please mail requests to Kyoto Palace Restaurant- 1875 S. Bascom Avenue Suite 2500. Campbell, CA 95008.
How to Get to Kyoto Palace
To find our restaurant, take California State Route 17 to E. Campbell Avenue, then drive east toward Bascom Avenue. Turn left, then turn left again into The Pruneyard Shopping Center at 1875 S. Bascom Ave. We are located in Suite 2500 on the second floor, near Rock Bottom Brewery.
About Campbell, California
Campbell is a city located in the western part of the Santa Clara Valley. It is a suburb of San Jose. The city covers approximately 5.9 square miles, and approximately 1.5 percent of the total area consists of water in the form of ponds. The city of Campbell is largely residential, and has a population of 40,420 as of 2014. There are several bus lines that connect it to nearby towns such as San Jose and Los Gatos.
Campbell is considered part of Silicon Valley, famous for being the hub of the high-tech industry. It was the original home of eBay and remains home to companies such as Hightail, Move, and Barracuda Networks. It features a beautiful historic downtown area on land that was bought in 1851 by Benjamin Campbell, the city’s founder and namesake.