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Feb. 12, 2020 UPDATE
Yukei salon de thé
Traveler Friendly
Location is good and English menu is available
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
546 1 --- 0 reviews
Feb. 12, 2020 UPDATE

Yukei salon de thé

Traveler Friendly
Location is good and English menu is available
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
546 1 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
The cafe offering comfort and sweets, produced by the Tawaraya
Located at the center of Kyoto, ‘Yukei salon de thé’ is run by the tawaraya, known as the finest ryokan. This café serves Japanese sweets that change according to seasons. Not only sweets but also lunch menus are available. When you are here, you can spend your own time in a calm area, with listening to soft background music while having a break. It is a small but very popular café, so sometimes all of seats are occupied. In that case, please visit to their Gallery which is located next to café.
1Recommended
Warabi-mochi served with green-tea
Warabi-mochi served with green-tea / 2,050 yen
The "Warabi-mochi" is one of the most popular sweet in the western area of Japan. The name of "Warabi-mochi" comes from an edible wild plant "Warabi" (bracken) which is the raw material of "Warabi-mochi". Kinako powder is topped. Usually, Warabi-mochi is clear but this is brown. The reason for the color is that this warabi-mochi is made with brown sugar. Tea pot which has 2 cup of tea is served together.
2Recommended
Chocolate mousse with port wine jelly
Chocolate mousse with port wine jelly / 2,260 yen
The bottom is a chocolate mousse and port wine jelly and cherry are topped. A sweetness of a mousse and the flavor of wine are a nice combination. Cherries which is cooked with wine are also inside the mousse. Flavor of wine is not so strong, so it is good for people who don't like alcohol.
3Let's Try!
Deep roasted coffee
Deep roasted coffee / 1,230
Cute rakugan (Japanese traditional confection made with sugar) which is shape of TAWARA are served together. Coffee is prepared with the natural water from Tawaraya ryokan.
How to Order

English menu is available

- Order Tips -
Sweets will change according to seasons, please check this season' sweets on the menu
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