A pair of rather cute goats, living in a pen in front of the shop, are one of the main draws at this lively neighborhood cafe. The interior is spacious, filled with mismatched, comfortable chairs and battered tables, and the soundtrack tends towards bouncy reggae; unfortunately it can get smoky at times.
The menu is made up of inexpensive and hearty dishes like four-cheese gnocchi (Y1150), beef tongue stewed in red wine (Y1200), pizzas and pastas. House wine is Y1600 for a decanter and bottles range from Y2800-5500. The cafe is open until 4am (except Sunday), and from 8am on weekdays.
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