All Reviews by FlorenceButtons
538-6 Shijyo Agaru Shinkyougoku Nakanocho Nakagyoku, Kyoto, Japan
worth the search
We had a little trouble finding this cafe as our hostel had given us a map which had it marked on the wrong street! once we found it though it was so worth it! The menu was quite varied and it took us a while to decide.
I went for a bowl of Ramen, it was delicious! Quite creamy with a nutty flavor and plenty of veg too! It came as a set with a bowl of yummy brown rice and pickles as well.
My boyfriend went for the burger set, this came with quite a lot! The burger itself was delicious and it also came with a taster plate of side dishes! the set also included a frozen soya ice cream which I made him share! So nice!
Well worth the 2500 yen we payed, there were cheaper options available too. We were very full, which in Japan is unusual due to their small portion sizes! Try it!
5f 5-1 Ishibashi-cho, Sanjo-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
We stumbled across this restaurant and to be honest it was the name that made us look, it sounded veggie friendly and it was!
The restaurant is on about the 4th floor, you get the lift up. The decor is very nice, hippy cafe style.
The restaurant serves meat and fish as well as having a good range of veggie options.
The food is freshly cooked and was delicious especially the Tempeh (sort of chips made from soy beans)
The meal came to 2400 yen, that's for 2 mains and a side, so fairly reasonable, could be done cheaper if on strict budget.
1-20 Kako-machi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan
This cafe is very convenient if staying at the J-hoppers in Hiroshima.
I could have eaten more! Both me and my boyfriend went for the veggie set lunch, which was an enchilada, veggie chilli, brown rice and a side salad for 850 yen (What a bargain!)
We were the only people in the cafe but the relaxed atmosphere and music put us at ease, there were meat options too, I bet it would be a good place to go if you were in a group of meat/no meat eaters!
Worth a visit for sure!
2 blocks North of station, Takayama, Japan
We found that the people at this restaurant had a good understanding for Vegetarian food, they even asked whether we were ok with egg or would prefer to have it removed. As far as we could tell from the menu there is just the one veggie option of vegetable curry.
The curry was a traditional Japanese katsu type curry with a mixture of veg, mainly mushrooms. The price was reasonable, our meal came to 2600 yen, including two beers.