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[Palmela's homemade ham and caper berry tartine

Half tartine of homemade ham and caper berries, 800 yen. With a glass full of house wine poured at 600 yen.

Palmela, a bar and café offering delicious food that transcends barriers, is now open on Kitaoji Street.

Palmela (Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture) is a bar and café offering genre-less cuisine and sweets. The somewhat retro-looking restaurant is equipped with standing counters as well as table seating. Many people stop by to enjoy conversation with the staff.


[The menu, which uses seasonings from the Preserved Food Lab, is a lineup of dishes that all go well with alcoholic beverages. In addition to the a la carte menu using seasonal ingredients, pasta, gratin and other meals are also available, changing daily. In addition, there are desserts from mizûmi, a small confectionery studio in Shimogamo, and a wide variety of soft drinks such as seasonal homemade juices and café lattes.
Palmela] can be used flexibly at any time you like. Feel free to drop by when you visit Kitaoji.

[Palmela's triangular croquettes with dried cod

Dried cod triangular croquettes 600 yen. A delicious dish that goes well with wine, with the concentrated flavor of dried cod, a staple ingredient in Portugal.



  • palmera
  • 48 Shimogamo-Kibune-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 12 min. walk from Exit 5 of Kitaoji Subway Station
  • Tel. 075-741-7259
  • 11:00-18:00, Saturday 11:00-22:00
  • Closed on Mondays and Sundays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/palmela_kyoto/
  • TEXT/Koto Sakurai
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