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Kitchen Bar Border

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Kitchen Bar Border Description

Located in Hokkaido, Kitchen Bar Border is a unique dining establishment that offers a fusion of creative cuisine, Italian dishes, and a dining bar experience. The restaurant's ambiance is a blend of modern elegance and cozy comfort, making it an ideal spot for a casual meal or a special night out.

One of the standout features of Kitchen Bar Border is its innovative menu, which includes a variety of creative dishes that combine traditional Japanese flavors with modern cooking techniques. From beautifully presented sushi rolls to flavorful pasta dishes, each item on the menu is crafted with attention to detail and a passion for culinary excellence. Additionally, the restaurant offers a selection of fine wines and cocktails to complement your meal perfectly.

What sets Kitchen Bar Border apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to providing a memorable dining experience that tantalizes the taste buds and delights the senses. Whether you're a food enthusiast looking to explore new flavors or simply seeking a delicious meal in a stylish setting, Kitchen Bar Border is sure to impress with its delectable cuisine and inviting atmosphere.

Kitchen Bar Border Overview


10-20 Toyokawachō, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0065


+81 (0) 138-27-6630


3 minute walk from Uoichiba-dori station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-11:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails

Kitchen Bar Border Reviews

Kitchen Bar Border Google Average Rating



The food is amazing!! The chef/owner is very patient and nice. The only downside is that they do not have English menu. We came here originally because it closes late, but the food amazed us.


Great food! The gnocchi gratin was my favorite.
The chef brought us a roughly translated English menu (not quite accurate, but helpful). You're better off figuring out the katakana off the main menu.
We had piri pizza (cheese with slices of peppers and onion, hot sauce on side), ham with cream sauce spaghetti, gnocchi gratin, spare ribs, and garlic toast. All delicious.
The only downside is the chef runs the whole show, so he's not as hospitable as what you'd hope for. He would rather be cooking than serving, so he doesn't have patience to be asked questions when he's got food to make.


One master operates the kitchen and hall in one operation.
Timing of orders is important. Order quickly when you arrive at the floor.
The master looks unfriendly, but he's just busy.
The dishes are carefully prepared and all are exceptionally delicious.
The atmosphere of the shop is also retro and different.

Please note that the current store is behind the previous store.

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