English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 21 reviews)
“Great Lunch Special”
We found this place by accident. They had a selection of great value lunch specials. Highly recommend the shrimp pasta and the Sesame Pana Cotta. Nice ambience,good service. The staff were willing to help us out with English menu
Visited March 2019
We are very satisfied with their offerered dishes including beef Italian style. Waiters and waittreses are very friendly which makes good all over atmasphier, Kyoto is proud of its meat culture comparering to one of Tokyo. Good chance to know its differennce.
Visited November 2016
Authentic and delicious Italian food!! Great atmosphere!!! Staff is really friendly and speak good English!!!
Visited May 2016
We found this restaurant on our first night in the city. We had great fresh cooked pizza and enjoyed watching the activity in the open kitchen. A very pleasant surprise. The staff spoke some English but Japan is well geared up to clueless tourists and either have English or picture menus. I just say... that the ladies loo was a delight. Up to the usual standard of excellent cleanliness but with delightful extras such as Kyoto's famous oil bloating paper. seriously good stuff and I felt very pampered.
Visited June 2014
“Taking in the atmosphere”
The way we experience flavor, I read the other day, is influenced by atmosphere as much as by the taste of the food or drink itself. That then would explain why, over at new restaurant Feliz-Lana in Kyoto, I even liked the Asahi beer. Although I’m not a big fan of the tipple from Tokyo, at the livel...y Mediterranean-inspired eatery it went down smoothly like Kirin. I bet it had something to do with the quality of the dishes we had, too. The menu is in Japanese, but those unfamiliar with the language can go straight to ordering a tender tuna burger (served with the crispiest of onion rings), homemade wild duck sausage (so juicy I felt like asking for a straw), and the spectacularly crunchy fried prawns with Feliz-Lana’s own spicy tartar sauce. Take one of the bar tables and watch the hustle and bustle in the open kitchen, the friendly waiting staff buzzing around the restaurant, and the mixed crowd enjoying their meals and, yes, the atmosphere. A five minute walk southeast of the Shijo-Karasuma intersection.
Visited April 2014