about tatlı kahve

Welcome to tatlı kahve

“tatlı” means “sweet” or “cute” in Turkish.
“kahve” is also Turkish for “coffee”,
the origin of the word “cafe”
which is a place that serves coffee and other beverages.

tatlı kahve is inspired by Turkey,
the crossroads of Eastern and Western cultures
and gathering fruits and spices from all over the world.

We offer unique and delicious dishes
from many different regions of the world.

tatlı kahve (tatli cafe)
323 Kameya-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, 602-8119 JAPAN
Tel: +81-75-366-2282
Please contact us via DM on Instagram as we may not be able to respond in English or other foreign languages.

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15 minutes walk from Marutamachi Sta. on Subway Karasuma Line
15 minutes walk from Nijojo-mae Sta. on Subway Tozai Line
25 minutes walk from Nijo Sta. on JR Sagano Line


3 minutes walk from Horikawa Shimodachiuri Stop
on 9 12 50 67 of Kyoto City Bus

6 minutes walk from Horikawa Marutamachi Stop
on above 4 buses or 10 93 202 204 of Kyoto City Bus


10 minutes walk from Nijo-jo Castle
10 minutes walk from Seimei Jinja Shrine
20 minutes walk from Kyoto Imperial Palace and Kyoto Gyoen National Garden


Tuesday through Sunday: 11:00-20:00 (19:00 L.O.)
Closed every Monday and the last Sunday of the month.
(When Monday is a national holiday, we closed on the following Tuesday.)