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Kamogawa Cafeかもがわカフェ

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This cafe located about a 10-minute walk from Jingu-Marutamachi Station is notable for its warm exterior, which blends in the surrounding residential area. Guests can enjoy home-roasted coffee in its expansive interior, which features the warmth of wood. Their coffee strikes a nice balance between a refreshing bitterness and sweetness that can be enjoyed even by those who are not coffee drinkers. The cafe's daily lunches come with a choice of Chinese tea such as jasmine, pu'er, or litchi tea. It is also open until relatively late at night. Many customers can be seen enjoying the cafe's food, which includes omelet rice and curry rice, as well as sweets and alcoholic drinks well into the evening.

place

Kyoto Kyoto-shi Kamigyo-ku Nishi (Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea)

phone 0752114757
place

12:00-23:00(L.O.22:30)

Review of Kamogawa Cafe

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Reviewed:2019/12/08 軽めのランチに良いです。
大人気のカフェです。鴨川と御所との中間くらいに位置しており、散歩ついでに何度かうかがいました。
お気に入りのメニューは、スープ&バケットのランチ。チーズとフルーツが添えてあり、お茶も付いてお値段も安いです。
軽めのランチにもってこいです。
Reviewed:2019/09/18 ランチ利用
平日12時開店と同時に入店。ぞくぞくとお客様がやってきてあっというまに10数人。ですが、不思議と騒々しくなく静かに落ちつく感じです。Aランチ780円は本日はハンバーグ。Cランチ650円のパンとスープのランチはオシャレ。ドリンクのジャスミンティーとプーアル茶も美味しい。落ちつくカフェでお手頃ランチが楽しめました。
Reviewed:2018/10/09 夜までやっているカフェ
夜に行きました。結構遅めに行ったので、周りが暗く静かな住宅街でビビりながら入店。夜は皆様お酒やご飯を楽しんでいるように思いました。あいにくケーキ類のほとんどが売り切れで残念でした。コーヒーは美味です。しかもカップなみなみに入っていました笑 天井が高く開放的。ご近所だったら通いたいと思うカフェです。

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Address
Kyoto Kyoto-shi Kamigyo-ku Nishi [ map ]
Area
Kurama / Kibune / OharaArea
Phone
0752114757
Hours
12:00-23:00(L.O.22:30)
Closed
Thursday

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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