Restaurant Japan, 〒630-8226 Nara Prefecture, Nara, Konishicho, 1−8 Published on: 13-06-2016
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Why Mellow Cafe is special ?
Mellow Cafe is a restaurant, cafe and bar for all occasions. In the pursuit of delectability and a commitment to seasonal ingredients, they aim to provide Italian-based creative cuisine and exquisitely fragrant stone oven pizzas, without the constraint of culinary boundaries. A drink menu designed to enhancement your meal or stand alone at the bar.
How to get to Mellow Cafe?
Mellow Cafe is 1min walk from Kintetsu Nara Station.
- Quiet place to have a break and lunch
- Delicious coffee and pizza in a warm comfy setting
- Friendly staff, free wifi and good value
- Good food, pleasant atmosphere, good lunch spot
- Really nice place with some western food
- 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 NO
Japan, 〒630-8226 Nara Prefecture, Nara, Konishicho, 1−8
Tips for you
"Hidden" inside a building with a palm tree in front of it, it is a nicely decorated place with warm sand colors and a small patio. It is a quiet place to stop by, just 5' from Kintetsu Nara station, if you want to have a western lunch such as pizzas, pastas or Japanese interpretation of other western dishes. I stopped only for a lunch but saw that they seem to hold night parties, the next being a "disco party" in July '16...
Awesome place - good atmosphere, free wifi, good coffee and food, friendly staff. If I lived in Nara, this would be my hangout. Try the Nara-Zuke pizza (pickled things on a delicious pizza).
Followed the Yelp lead - great find! Although the main dishes here are pizza, which is not really authentic Japanese they did put an interesting twist on some dishes. I had the seafood pizza which was covered with squid and shell fish with Japanese mayonnaise. My wife had the pizza with sweet pickles from Nara. We were both very happy with our choices. I also have to admit that this place makes a pretty good thin crust pizza and cappuccino even by Italian standards. Ambiance and service were great. Place was a bit tucked away, but the description by a fellow yelper made it easy to find.