An Obanzai (Kyoto’s household dishes) Restaurant for Vegans
Step away from the busy life
Veg Out has a large window facing Kamo river, and the interior has a relaxing wooden design. Take time to breathe, while watching the beautiful scenery.
A customer favorite Obanzai
Enjoy 9 very different obanzai dishes, placed beautifully on a single plate. The items are made using seasonal vegetables, so every day comes with a different set of obanzai dishes.
Give your heart and body nutrition
All the dishes can be enjoyed by Vegans and non-Vegans alike. Take in the nutrition that your heart and body needs, making your visit to Kyoto an even more meaningful.
Veg Out provides healthy and delicious dishes using organic and natural vegetables. It aims to promote Veganism as a happy and enjoyable lifestyle.
What is Veganism?
Veganism is a type of diet that does not use any animal derived ingredients such as meat, fish, eggs or dairy. Gaining popularity in recent years, it is a lifestyle that is natural and healthy for the heart and body. A meal at Veg Out will provide you a chance to reflect on your own dietary habits.
|Name of the facility||VegOut|
|Address||1F Kamogawa-building. 448 Inari-cho, Kamogawa Sujinishiiru, Shichijo-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Nearest station||Kyoto Shichijo Station|
|Business hours||【Break fast 】8:00〜12:00(Last call 11:00) 【Lunch】12:00〜15:00 【cafe time】15:00〜18:00 【Dinner】18:00〜21:00(Last call 20:00)|
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