Located next to the river.Full bar, really helpful staff and moderate pricing. Kind of hard to find but definitely worth to visit.
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I was here over Christmas 2017. I went in early in the evening after a long day of sight-seeing. I sat down at the bar along with about 4 guests (mostly tourists). I ordered a Brandy Sour while they are playing a record of Sonny...More
We really enjoyed the setting as we had great window seats overlooking the river, but don’t make the mistake of ordering a whisky sour unless you like them in a champagne flute with soda instead of egg white... Not great cocktails which is a pity...More
This is a good jazz bar in central gion of kyoto it has a very traditional englihs man private club fee which i liked though not to my taste. Well worth a visit for anyone in Kyoto some great cocktails on offer for those who...More
Had a great experience at Hello Dolly. Sat at the bar and watched the staff create the best martini ever. Went after dinner on a Monday night (approx 10.30pm) and didn't have a cover charge to pay. If you like a chilled out vibe and...More
Good music, atmosphere Very small cocktails. Personnel cheats! They do not provide you with any breakdown of their Bill, just the final amount. We have ordered some items, which never been served. We paid 23 thousand for 7 cocktails!
We were looking for a place to have a drink without dining and we came across this place. First impression was great as we love oldish jazz bars but the quality is poor. Cocktails are ok, nothing special, I think I can do better at...More
Such a great atmosphere and excellent service. Also live music some nights. We went there every night we were in Kyoto! Thoroughly recommended.
I'm travelling alone for a year so I'm sure you can imagine going to bars.....by yourself.....is very scary. I managed to gather up my courage and go to Hello Dolly whilst in Kyoto. Sweet jazz bar but such slow service. I waited ten mins to...More
We shared a few cocktails together here after eating at another restaurant in Pontocho. The ambience is dimly lit and perfectly quaint. Would definitely recommend it!