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The chef is fantastic. The basil is super sweet and the cheese is good. Try the house sweet topping from the service counter on your crusts, I have never seen it before but it’s similar to eating warm crumpets covered in honey. It’s in a...More
Over Christmas their hours were around 10:00 - 4:00 PM. Like a number of restaurants in Furano hours are variable in the beginning of the ski season. Some restaurants do not open until the gondola opens. I would be sure to call in advance.
I'd recommend coming at 1030AM, just because... the pizza making cafe will be open by then! Fresh caprese and handmade pizzas. It takes ~15 to 20min for each pizza
Do not forget to try the cheese soft serve ice cream!
In fact, I came back...More
If you are nearby the area and some time to spare, then I would recommend stopping by to try the pizzas. However, note that you may need to wait for about 30 - 45 minutes for the pizzas. The milk is also super good, which...More
Visited because of the cheese factory (a bit disappointing), but found this little pizza joint just next to it. The pizzaiolo is Japanese but have been working in Napoli for a while and learned the trade. The pizza dough is very good, authentic to the...More
If you are not taking any classes but just want to see the process of cheese making, there isn’t much you can see. There were a few windows where you could look into rooms where they make or process the cheese. When we visited, no...More
Interesting to see, and a tourist must I gather for the domestic tourists. We are cheese lovers and did not fancy the cheeses made here. Fairly bland, the best being the wine cheddar. We did buy some butter and had already bought some of their...More