English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 26 reviews)
“Last Order Instruction Not Clear”
The restaurant said it opened late at night. As the name suggests, wine and beer restaurant offers late food and beverage services to the customers. I went there at 10 pm and the staffs said they only offered drinks only and food was not available. I asked whether some snacks such as chips or sau...sages were available, and the answer was drinks only. I understood the logic of last order in restaurant business, but the instruction was not clear. Hope it will improve next time.
Visited January 2017
“A disappointment considering the restaurants name”
My husband and I were visiting Osaka and on our way to the Umeda sky building, but while in Grand Front Osaka decided to have lunch at the World Wine Museum. This sounded exactly like the kind of restaurant that we would enjoy considering we very much like wine, and any dishes that compliment them.... We arrived shortly after they opened and had the place to ourselves for a while before the lunch rush came in. The atmosphere was quite lovely which also had us anticipating an equally lovely meal. They did have a very affordable lunch menu which offered a bowl of pasta for around $8. Ten different options ranging from your typical pasta arrabiata, pasta bolognese, carbonara etc. We ordered and then browsed the wine menu, which was easy enough to navigate with pictures. My favorite wines are bold Cabernet's, or Chiantis, especially with heavy sauced pastas. Both of these we're missing from the list. There were a few bold blends which we went with. It was decent wine, for a fair price, and the service was fine too, but over all the taste of the pastas were bland and missing some kick that other establishments give their pastas. That combined with what I would consider a slim wine menu (considering its a "wine museum and there were maybe 8 wines per section of red, white, etc) left us disappointed. I wish we would have tried a different restaurant in this area, as so many more looked divine.
Visited February 2016