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Restaurante de cocina mediterránea

Cafe ABSINTHE

Recomendado por 5 personas locales · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·

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Keiichi
Keiichi
April 27, 2018
Friendly and trendy, near the western edge of Ame-Mura, Absinthe serves fantastic cocktails, non-alcoholic drinks and juices and a rare (for Japan) Mediterranean menu (falafel, hummus and babaganoush, plus pastas and pizzas). It's a tad pricey, but you're paying for quality ingredients, stylish…
Chenglong
Chenglong
March 8, 2018
Cafe Absinthe is a Mediterranean restaurant and bar that transforms from a chic and casual restaurant into a lively night scene. Apart from a huge variety of drink and cocktails, Café Absinthe is one of the best places in Osaka for shisha. A huge supporter of local artists, Café Absinthe invites a…
Kazu
Kazu
July 28, 2017
A hookah cafe that also offers hookahs filled with absinthe and will occasionally have live music.
Maki
Maki
April 16, 2016
★☆Cafe&Bar☆★【Cafe Absinthe is a renowned Mediterranean fusion restaurant & bar situated near Triangle Park in the heart of Osaka. Famous for its food, cocktails, Shisha, and extensive collection of Absinthe, the cafe is popular with both Japanese and the international community of Kansai.】"6 minutes…
Tom
Tom
August 4, 2014
By day a nice place to while away an afternoon over a nice lunch,a coffee or a shisha. By evening, this place transforms into a classy cocktail bar which is always humming with people.

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Ubicación
2, Ōsaka-fu 550-0014
Teléfono+81 6-6534-6635
Estado según horario de aperturaEstá cerrado
Reservaciones
Pagos con tarjeta de crédito
Terraza al aire libre
Menú
Brunch, almuerzo, cena
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