This restaurant is housed in a renovated old Kyoto minka (traditional Japanese house) and offers Italian cuisine on the first floor and Spanish cuisine on the second floor. The restaurant introduced here is an Italian restaurant.
The restaurant’s Italian cuisine is characterized by its incorporation of medicinal herbs. The chef is certified as an international medicinal herb nutritionist, and he hopes that his cuisine, which incorporates herbal medicines and spices, will help customers feel better.
Particularly popular on the menu is the curative soup, richly flavored with porcini. It contains herbal medicines and ginseng for its nourishing and tonic effects. If you visit on a cold day, this is a dish that will surely warm you up.
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|Nearest station||Subway “Marutamachi Station|
|How to request a cab||Go to Ebisugawa-Ainomachi|
|Business Hours||12:00-15:00, 18:00-22:30|
|Regular holidays||non-scheduled holiday|
|Payment Method||Credit cards accepted|
|Average budget||Less than 15,000 yen per person|