The Yellow Deli is a bakery from Australia that offers fresh coffee and bread in Kyoto
The Yellow Deli is a new bakery and café in the Uzumasa Shopping Street close to Randen Uzumasa-Koryuji Station that just opened on October 15. The owner of this café brought this café to Kyoto from Australia, and this is the first Yellow Deli in Kyoto. The restaurant uses plenty of yellow, and it feels like the café is full of energy. Looking from outside, the café looks very inviting. The interior of the bakery-café is rustic and filled with the pleasant smell of freshly baked bread. And they have many varieties of artisan sourdough breads! There are many choices, but they’re most renowned for their hot sandwiches which contain a generous amount of meat,cheese and vegetables. and are so big you’re sure to be feeling full after eating one. They also have handmade cakes and drinks, and the cafe is not only a great choice for lunch but for afternoon tea too. I’m sure that you’ll fall in love with this bakery-café is you just visit it once; they have staff from Australia, Taiwan, and Japan, so the café feels like a small international village.
Create your own sandwich
Create your own sandwich / ¥600 and up (+tax)
You can choose everything yourself, from the meat (roast beef, pastrami, or smoked chicken), cheese, and bread. Inside it you have mayo and mustard, and as a side you get crisps and pickles. If you want to add something, you can do it for an extra fee. In the picture you can see a smoked chicken-cheese sandwich (700 yen +tax).
All day breakfast menu
All day breakfast menu / ¥500 and up (+tax)
No matter what time you come to the café, you can still order from their breakfast menu. Their breakfast is sure to leave you full of energy, and most of them contain a hearty serving of their delicious cheese. And the portions are also generous! In the picture, you can see the Egg & Cheese, which goes for 500 yen plus tax.
All kinds of handmade bread
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All kinds of handmade bread / ¥150 and up (+tax)
They make their bread by using flour that contains 70% whole wheat flour from Hokkaido, and all of their bread is handmade. Their most famous products are their cinnamon rolls, azuki (red bean) rolls, and their custard puffs. They also offer pizza, onion bread, and focaccia, and five-grain bread. In the picture, you can see maple syrup dried fruit bread.
Handmade cakes
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Handmade cakes / ¥400 and up (+tax)
Besides the bread and sandwiches, you can also get Australian style sweets. Brownies, carrot cakes, fruits cakes, and strawberry cakes are all on the menu. Even though all the cakes are made according to Australian recipes, they are not too sweet. In the picture you can see the strawberry cheesecake which goes for 500 yen plus tax.
How to Order

how to order - The Yellow Deli

The walnut-blueberry muffins of this café look very cute, and the combination of nuts with berries is a wonderful one. How about buying some to take home? 

- Order Tips -

The hot sandwiches are their most famous product, so be sure to order some when at The Yellow Deli! 

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Overseas Tourist-Friendly
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The hot sandwich I had was filled with cheese and smoked chicken, and it was a taste I’m not going to forget soon. And don’t forget their bread; it’s baked fresh every day and they only use natural yeast to make it.
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Close to Toei Kyoto Studio Park, you can find this western-style bakery-café. Because the café is located in the very local shopping street of Uzumasa, the yellow sign of the café really stands out. The sandwiches are tasty and portions big. If you happen to be around this area and want a place to rest a moment, I would like to recommend The Yellow Deli.
3.5 food4.5 service3.5 atmosphere2.5
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
3.5 food4.5 service3.5 atmosphere2.5
The Yellow Deli
Category Cafes
Phone +81 75-881-6886
Address 14-11 Uzumasa Tayabu-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
Directions A 10-minute walk from Randen Uzumasa-Koryuji Station.
Open Hours Bakery: 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Café: 10:00 a.m.-8 p.m.
Reservations Not accepted.
Closed Saturdays.
Price range
Credit cards Not accepted.
Good for Solo, Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
The bakery-café is close to the Randen station and they have English and Chinese speaking staff so you should feel very welcome here.
Menu Japanese and English
Lanuages spoken English and Chinese.
Number of seats Around 20.
Private dining rooms No.
Non smoking / smoking Nonsmoking.
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