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Lucio Gianicoli
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Great location for a relaxing stay in the hills above Atami. Service was awesome (we were treated like royalty), rooms were comfortable and the private bath on the balcony outside our room, with a great view of the city, was awesome. Food is also excellent.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Great noodles, nice vibe, excellent service. Recommend the hot noodles with dipping soup.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Stumbled upon this place on a Sunday night - lively atmosphere and sharing plates of delicious Japanese food. The udon with kimchi is dangerously moreish!
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Decent upscale Indian food with well-conceived menu. However at my last visit found the food to be a little disappointing (main course, the pork, was rather greasy, and in general the food was not as flavourful as on previous occasions), and the service staff, despite their best efforts, were few in number and quickly overrun by an average Friday night crowd. All said, not what I would have expected given the substantial bill (which we had to ask for twice).
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Probably great. But sign says you cannot enter after 4:30 and we were not allowed to walk up at 4:15 to see the view by an unhelpful attendant who spoke no English and kept pointing to a sign that said it closed at 4:30. The train ride takes ~40 mins from Kyoto and, as far as we could see, there is little else to do in Kurama, so employing more helpful staff might be an idea.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago