There are almost no family restaurants in Kyoto. When you go to the city, the lot is small and it is certainly not very, but it is difficult to secure a place on the scale of a family restaurant. Even so, there are really few. Barely there are "Gyoza no Ohsho," "Gusto," "Royal Host," and "Volks." I don't see "Jonathan", "Cocos" or "Denny's". Even if there is, there is no parking lot in the city. This hurts. Without a parking lot, there is almost no advantage of family restaurant.
It's one of the few family restaurants in Kyoto, and I'm glad that there is a parking lot. "Bakery restaurant San Marc Kyoto Kitayama-dori store". Speaking of which, Kitayama-dori also has "Volks" and "Royal Host", so it's a family restaurant street in Kyoto. Among them, the parking lot is especially large here. Accommodating 29 cars is exceptional in Kyoto. And the parking lot is spacious and easy to enter. The parking lot in Kyoto is extremely small, so it is one of the few shops that is friendly to paper drivers. The nearest station by train is "Matsugasaki" station.
The inside of the store has large windows, and the greenery of Kitayama-dori can be seen directly into your eyes. This is pretty cozy. It's spacious and looks like a hotel lobby. It has an adult atmosphere, but it is also an atmosphere that is not a problem even with children.
Toast with champagne immediately! I want to go there, but it's a car, so ginger ale. By the way, as you may have noticed, "Bakery Restaurant Saint Marc" Restaurant route of "Saint Marc Cafe". It's a little gorgeous route. I am careful to create a cozy space. However, the dinner course at night is about 3000 yen for 7 dishes, and I have not forgotten the reasonable feeling. Moreover! All-you-can-eat freshly made bread! !! This is probably Saint Marc's commitment. It is not well known as a family restaurant, and it seems that he arrived here when he thought, "Something to do!". I think it's good. If you have a growing child who loves bread, you should definitely bring it.
While saying that, I used it as a cafe today. The menu is not mainly a cafe's chocolate bakery, but decent sweets. It's pretty gorgeous, it's cozy, and it's not that expensive. It is an ant in spite of its low name.
There are many refreshing sweets rather than rich sweets. Maybe it's spring. It's melting, not when I'm taking a picture. Somehow dessert, a lot of soup lol. But it was delicious. It is suitable for taking a walk around Kitayama-dori or for a short drive. There is a lot of nature around here, and it would be exciting if we could have more cafes. Bakery restaurant San Marc Kyoto Kitayama-dori 4-1 Matsugasaki Kowaki-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 075-703-30004-1 Matsugasaki Kowakicho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture