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Green Farm Cafe

October 3, 2017
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Green Farm Cafe is one of my favourite places to have breakfast in Niseko.

You will find it tucked right next to the traffic lights at the Hirafu Intersection, across the road from The Vale. Green Farm Cafe has a strong focus on good quality produce, sourced as organically and locally as possible. Their “Food from Farm to Fork” philosophy definitely shines through in their food. Never did I think I would enjoy a side salad with my eggs and sausages at breakfast but I get so excited when I set that salad coming my way.

When you navigate the breakfast menu, do not miss the Green Farm Breakfast (quite possibly my favorite breakfast in Niseko) and the veggie roll is also a must. The sausage in the green farm breakfast is something special (it is made and prepared in house!) and who knew a veggie role could be so delicious. Not to forget a classic, their Eggs Benedict should definitely be considered. Moving onto a cheeky lunch, The Wagyu beef burger is delicious and don’t look past the curry of the day for dinner.

Last but definitely not least, the coffee at Green Farm Cafe is delicious. Sometimes a tough task finding a decent coffee in a Ski Resort. Green Farm does not let you down. A delicious barista made coffee and a Green Farm Breakfast is quite possibly the best way to kick off your day in Niseko.

If you are looking for a delicious breakfast, yummy lunch or dinner and a solid caffeine hit, look  no further!

 


Opening Hours

All year round – 8.00 – 22.00

Check out their FaceBook for more details – Winter hours can be longer


Price Per Person

Meals start @ around ¥900 and go up to ¥1500

Coffee starts @ ¥400 yen and worth every yen!


Reservations

Walk ins are 100% welcome! Don’t be scared if there is a crowd. It is delicious and can get busy but they move quickly.


Features

Great Coffee –  Amazing Breakfast – Western Menu


David is the co-founder of Genki Snow - He likes nothing better than long walks on the beach and poetry and in his spare times explores the world, snowboard in hand.

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