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Reviewed February 5, 2020

We went for breakfast and got there 5 minutes before the opening time of 8am. One of the staff arrived on a bicycle and told us off for being on the pathway (open to anyone and not sectioned off) so not a pleasant start, since...there was no one else in sight. At 8am, the inside was too cold - one heater not being enough, and while the low tables beside the window and garden had the best view, the low seats and table, and cold through the windows were a turn-off in winter. There is a higher dining table to share with others to help those with leg issues (i.e. older customers). We had the high tea breakfast for 2,200 yen, including coffee, juice, yummy strawberry and mango jams and a tiny salad, 2 slices of cold meat, cheese, and multiple breads (around 6 or 7). My opinion? Too much bread. Lukewarm coffee. Overpriced. Wouldn't go back nor take friends there. What a pity. The atmosphere is nice. You have to take your shoes off to go in. I prefer the cheaper "morning set" you can get at coffee shops with hot coffee, salad, toast and boiled egg for around 500 yen. Plus no one yells at you for walking outside the restaurant !More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed December 21, 2019

Stumbled into this cafe by accident - the one we were aiming for was closed. It was perfect! We got to do the Japanese thing of sitting at the low tables and I'm sure had we not come in by accident it would have been...something we missed doing while in Japan. We had two prosciutto and mozzarella style sandwiches but also the afternoon tea set which was like a Japanese version of high tea. It came with fresh breads and a tier of dessert/cakes. Loved it and it made sure the fussy kid eater actually ate something, Great surroundings, lovely staff, delicious food and a proper Japanese experience all rolled into one.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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  • Food: 3.5
  • Service: 3.5
  • Value: 3.5