Falafel Garden

Restaurant Japan, 〒606-8205 Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto, 左京区田中上柳町15ー2 Published on: 11-06-2016

11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
Casual Dining
Vegetarian
15.00 - 25.00 USD

Falafel Garden is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Falafel Garden Israeli restaurant is located in a comfortable and spacious traditional machiya townhouse that mixes Japanese and Israeli cultures.

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Why Falafel Garden is special ?

Must try dishes:


- Falafel: Deep-fried balls of seasoned, mashed chickpeas, served with lettuce and vegetables and tahini sauce.


- Humus: Mashed chickpeas with salad


- Baba Ganush: Mashed eggplant with tahini and salad


- Avocado: Avocado, cottage cheese


- Chicken Kabab: Spicy Chicken with original sauce

How to get to Falafel Garden?

2min walk from Demachiyanagi Station Exit 7, Keihan line

Selling points

  • Beautiful healthy food that tastes amazing
  • Nice people and delicious recipes
  • Excellent food -- even by Israeli standards
  • Great place to relax and cool off with great food
  • A piece of the Mediterranean in Kyoto

Facilities

  • Noise level Small
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition NO
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
4 Days 3 Nights in Kyoto

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Duration
4.0 days
Estimated
181.16 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
20 places

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Japan, 〒606-8205 Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto, 左京区田中上柳町15ー2

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Reviews

TripAdvisor View more

Lovely little restaurant with great falafel! The prices are higher than usual in Japan and the portions are quite small but, and this is why it is still deserving of 5 starts, the food is completely different from what is available everywhere else. Fresh fruit and veg is expensive in Japan. The ingredients to make Israeli food must be difficult to get hold of, so criticism based on portion size and price are a little harsh. That said, my husband, who is quite large, had the vegan plate and his healthy appetite was quite sated after he feasted on the various nutritious and fresh well-cooked middle eastern comestibles.

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The best falafel in Kansai. If you're hungry don't be afraid to get the biggest portion. No need for any side dishes.

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