Kaname Inn Tatemachi breakfast for spring and summer 2020

Beginning March 1, 2020, Kaname Inn Tatemachi will be offering a new breakfast to its guests in the morning.

As with all dishes from Kanazawa Music Bar, this meal is made with local ingredients from Kanazawa and the surrounding areas in Ishikawa Prefecture. Our goal is to offer you, our guest, a morning meal that is neither too light or too filling and is well balanced to give you the energy you need to enjoy your stay with us in Kanazawa.

Please notify us in advance if you have food allergies and we will do our best to accommodate.

Breakfast Plate

Green Salad with Fruit and Nuts
Meatloaf with Onions and Fava Beans

Today’s Deli Selection of Two

Broccoli and Snap Peas with Chickpea Paste
Sweet Potatoes in Maple Vinegar Marinade
Mashed Potatoes with Edible Flowers
Grilled Carrots

“Nior” 48-Hour-Fermentation Bread with Cream Cheese
Rapeseed Shoots and Tomato Frittata

Vegetable and Bean Soup

Drinks

“No. 3 Warehouse Roasters” Coffee
or
Paysan Herb Tea
or
Apple Juice

1500 yen

limited quantity | reservation requried

A note about substitutions:
Breakfast is served with the Japanese respect for omakase, or “up to the chef.” Please enjoy the selection our head chef has chosen for the best combination of seasonal flavors. Thank you.

About Our Breakfast Menu

Produce: Matsuda Hisanao Shop
Our local grocer just down the street in Shin-tatemachi who carefully selects produce from all over Japan and sells homemade side dishes and services many places in Kanazawa.

Bread: Nior
Authentic French style bakery in Nonoichi, just south of Kanazawa, known for using three different types of wood ovens to bring out the flavor of the wheat in their dedicated baking method.

Coffee: No. 3 Warehouse Coffee Roasters
A renovated warehouse with a high-end sound system, this spacious cafe offers a get-away from both work and home in which to enjoy home-roasted coffee.

“Kaga”
Kaga refers to the Kaga region, the southern half of Ishikawa Prefecture, and the name of the province during the Edo era of Japanese history and a heritage of which we are very proud.

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