CLOSED: Village

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95 Tsukita-cho, Sakyo-ku, Maizon Shirokawa 202 (at bus stop Kamihatecho), Kyoto, Japan

Serves meat, vegan options available. Serves fish and vegetarian food. All vegan for lunch. Japanese language menu offers vegetarian and vegan dishes, but not the English menu - so ask. Directions: Take bus to Kamihatecho stop in front of the art college, which is at the very northeast edge of the area covered by the all-day bus cards. From there walk north, Village is on top of a ramen place called Tenkaippin, which has moving orange lights around its sign. Address in Japanese: 京都府京都市左京区一乗寺築田町95. Reported closed January 2017.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by lemurcat

Still going strong in 2015! - Edit

I just wanted to post an update on this cafe/bar/restaurant as it has been a long time since Village has had a review. I went twice last week and enjoyed their signature veggie curry and a pad thai set meal. Good food. All veg these days.
The restaurant is a very funky little place, perfect for those interested in Kyoto's art and music scene. Village also holds regular talks on a variety of ecological and political issues, acting as a local venue for the socially active.
During the day it is a cafe/restaurant, with meals from 800Y to 1200Y. At night it's a bar, sometimes with live acoustic music. Check their website listed above (only in Japanese). Beer and organic wine from 450Y.
Closed on Wednesdays!

Pros: Cool as can be, friendly and fun

Cons: A bit far north for tourists

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ziva 26 Jan 2017 - close monday  


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Pescatarian restaurant - Edit

Village has a separate vegan section in the Japanese menu, but not in the English menu. The menu overall is pescatarian--no meat, but includes fish, eggs, and milk. We took the bus to Kamihatecho stop in front of the art college, which is at the very northwest edge of the area covered by the all-day 500 yen bus cards. From there you can walk north for a bit and find Village on top of a ramen place called Tenkaippin, which has moving orange lights around its sign.

Pros: Vegan menu section, open late

Cons: vegan menu in Japanese, some customers smoke

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