Cafe Michele

“Café Michele” is popular for its delicious food, drinks, and its relaxing atmosphere.

Café Michele was designed, imagining an apartment in France during the 80s.

Its relaxing atmosphere makes people forget about time passing by.

The Chef has learned French dishes in France.

Michele offers local French taste at friendly, affordable prices in Hamada.

It is called a “café” but it also offers French food for lunch and a bar at night. For lunch, “Café Michele” offers a weekly special menu so we can enjoy different dishes. At night time, it changes to a bar and we can enjoy cocktails, beer, wine and dinner. They also offer a weekly dinner menu. Of course we can have tea or coffee with home-made-cakes and ice cream in the afternoon. Also, Café Michele offers many interesting events such as French lessons, English lessons, short live concerts, introducing antique books and so on. If you are interested in talking to people from overseas or just want to have an informal lesson with local people or students from the local university, why don’t you try  a language lesson at Michele? Sometimes they hold short concerts. How about enjoying wine or cocktails while listening to live music?

Information

“Café Michele”
*Tel: 0855-23-6422
*Address: 1411-5, Aioi-cho, Hamada city
*Access: 5 minutes walk from Hamada station
*Store hours: TUE-WED 11:00~17:00 /THU-SUN 11:00~22:00/ MON closed
*Events: French lesson (breakfast included)¥1,000 Every 1st Tuesday                    English lesson (soft drinks and snacks included)¥ 500 Every 4th Tuesday
*Average budget: LUNCH \1,000~1,999/DINNER \2,000~2,999
*Reservation: you don’t have to reserve a table but it’s a great idea on the weekend

*No Smoking
*Parking: space for five cars
*Private party is available
*Take out drink is available

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