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Bakery: Bread


B.l.t Overview


35-2 Saiinkogome-chō, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto 615-0067


+81 (0) 75-312-3412


5 minute walk from Yamanouchi Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 7:00AM-6:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 7:00AM-6:00PM
Wed: 7:00AM-6:00PM
Thur: Closed
Fri: 7:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: 7:00AM-6:00PM

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B.l.t Description

Located in Kyoto, B.L.T. is a unique restaurant that specializes in the art of making sandwiches. This cozy eatery offers a wide variety of delicious sandwiches that are sure to satisfy any craving. What sets B.L.T. apart from other dining establishments is their commitment to using only the freshest ingredients and their dedication to creating sandwiches that are both visually appealing and bursting with flavor.

One of the standout menu items at B.L.T. is their signature B.L.T. sandwich. This classic combination of crispy bacon, fresh lettuce, and juicy tomatoes is elevated to new heights with the addition of their homemade tangy sauce. Each bite is a perfect balance of savory and tangy flavors that will leave you craving for more. Another must-try is their Chicken Avocado sandwich, which features tender grilled chicken, creamy avocado, and a zesty aioli sauce. The combination of flavors and textures in this sandwich is simply divine.

The restaurant itself is decorated in a modern and minimalist style, creating a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. Whether you're looking for a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner, B.L.T. is the perfect place to satisfy your sandwich cravings. So, if you find yourself in Kyoto and in need of a delicious and satisfying meal, be sure to stop by B.L.T. and experience the art of sandwich-making at its finest.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

B.l.t Reviews

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Soooooo good


He was attacked by a car around 7:30 on a weekday. There's no parking lot...ugh.

The inside of the store isn't that big, but they have a great variety of breads. It seems that the baguette type will be baked in a little while. I'm curious about that too.

While struggling with this dilemma, I bought an butter, cream cheese soufflé, cinnamon rolls, cornet, chestnuts, and curry sausage for breakfast and lunch.

The curry sausage has a curry consistency that even children can enjoy, and the sausage is also plump. The cornet was crispy and the cream was sweet, but the balance was good. The chestnuts were also crispy, and the cream and chestnuts blended well. I was surprised at how soft the bread was with Anbuta. I'd like to try it even if it's a little hard. I wonder if the contents will be squeezed out?

I shared the cinnamon roll and cream cheese soufflé with my wife and mother-in-law later, and they both liked them.

Since it was made at a later date, it wasn't as crispy anymore, but it was a moist version, and the cinnamon in the cinnamon rolls was perfect, not too thick or too thin. The cream cheese soufflé also has a subdued sweetness.

The clerk was also kind and talked to me in a friendly manner, which made me feel comfortable. I want to go there again...It's a restaurant that I would recommend to others.


A bakery located west of Shijo Nishikoji.
There is no parking lot. Bicycles can be parked in front of the store.
There are probably 15 to 20 types of bread. Depending on the time of day, there may not be much bread available, so we recommend arriving around 8am. We have standard items such as cream bread, croissants, and red bean paste, as well as several types of bagels. Is there a shortage of hard bread?
Personally, I like cream bread filled with homemade cream, freshly fried curry bread, and cinnamon-based bread.
The price range is also reasonable, around 100 to 150 yen. If you want to eat simple but delicious bread, this is the place for you!


Translated from Japanese:

I've been interested in this store for a while, so I'm glad I went there. There are cute breads lined up in a small shop, and all of them look incredibly delicious. You can tell just by looking at it that it's absolutely delicious! ! Such a pa...

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