4 based on 39 reviews
Located on the 2nd floor of the new Odin Place, KOKO serves a tempting array of roast coffee, freshly baked breads, croissants and pain au chocolat as well as a selection of cakes & healthy juices.
Very good coffee and a their chocolate muffin was delicious ! :)I went there for a quick breakfast with my wife. We grabbed coffee and some pastries to go while we walked around and shopped. It hit the spot (especially the nice warm coffee on a freezing cold day)
4 based on 148 reviews
This place was originally a Belgium Cafe in the old building which has been demolished. The new building is called Odin Place and the same Co opened The Alpinist on the 3rd floor which is a very average pricey French Restaurant. I do miss the old cafe which had great coffee and amazing gallettes. May I suggest that the owners write to Tripadvisor to remove this listing which creates confusion.
4 based on 377 reviews
Set in a stunning building inspired by traditional Hokkaido farm architecture, The Barn offers a unique Niseko dining experience with Bistro style cuisine and warm "OMOTENASHI" hospitality. Our original mix of fresh local ingredients with wines selected f
Two of us had a meal here on recommendations. Very courteous staff. Had the two course option for ¥5,000 each. Had extra massive crab claw to share, definitely worth the extra. Did not have to wait long for food and my clam chowder was superb, ice and creamy=rich. Had a steak to follow, really tender. English bar tender, Chris, was very amusing and charming, as were all the staff. Definitely best meal we had in Hirafu.
4 based on 116 reviews
Musu is a Bistro in Niseko Hirafu serving breakfast and barista coffee until 11.30 and lunch from 11.30 to 14.30. Come and enjoy you dish on a nice deck on sunny days or a fresh indoor space.
This is a small but busy bar which serves cocktails, beer and tapas. Service was great and we enjoyed our drinks and a serve if the Japanese Fried chicken A great spot to see the bustle of the Main Street.
4 based on 101 reviews
This is an excellent restaurant in all respects. The dinner is top notch and a little pricey but worth it. They do weekday lunch specials which are excellent value and you would normally pay double for the meals offered including Pork, Salmon, Pasta, Venison or Steak during August, from 1200 JPY, and add 600 to include salad, soup and dessert. There are free flow teas and bread table. It's a lovely venue and staff are professional and discreet. Top notch !
4 based on 236 reviews
My wife and I treated ourselves to Kamimura for her birthday. The entire experience was superb, from the moment Jack greeted us at the entrance and guided us to our table, chatting charmingly. Wiggy served us, with the right balance of engagement and stay-back. Her description of the complex combinations of ingredients were superb. We went for the wine pairings with the set course, and the sommelier was really great. She had picked very interesting wines, some Japanese ones (watch out for J-wines, they will be great in 10 years). We loved it. The entire restaurant joined my jovially when I burst out into song (happy birthday), as Wiggy set down desert, with a sparkling candle set into the ice cream. Kamimura himself came to say hello at the end, he was charming and deservingly proud of his “product”, including his team that delivers the service. Great night
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