Restaurant Mon Lapin
This French restaurant is located in central Kasama. It is the perfect spot for lunch or dinner after visiting Kasama Inari Shrine or Crafthills Kasama. Mon Lapin offers classic French dishes with locally-grown ingredients and meat and seafood produced in Ibaraki.
Mr. Sayama, the owner and chef, prides himself on making Mon Lapin a welcoming place for everyone. He works alongside nutritionists, doctors, and caretakers to develop dishes catered to various dietary needs. Whether you have diabetes, dysphagia, or are simply watching your calories, there's a menu option for you! Please note that meals for special dietary requirements require advanced booking.
- 1150 Kasama, Kasama City
- By public transport: 25-minute walk from Kasama Station on the JR Mito Line
By car: 10-minute drive on the Tomobe IC Exit along the Joban Expressway via Route 355
- Business Hours
- Lunch: 11:30-14:30
Dinner: 17:30-20:30 (Last orders 19:30)
Closed Tuesdays and the first Monday of each month
Irregular closing hours
- TEL: 0296-73-0020
- 30 parking spots
Bus parking available
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