Can I get the menu of breakfast buffet? What options do you have for vegetarian(no meat, no fish, dairy is okay).
The hotel buffet offerings are huge for breakfast! I don't think you should miss it. There are a variety of food types and if you don't see what you like (hard to imagine), they will prepare it for you.
You will not have a problem, as the buffet - as with all hotel buffets in Japan - is copious. There are many choices including plenty of vegetarian options. As mentioned in other posts, there are many restaurants below the hotel, but if your room rate includes breakfast, you won’t be disappointed.
There is a large choice of food and if you do not want to eat there, there are many food outlets situated in the mall beneath the hotel You can also look up the hotels website and see the menu
We did not eat at the buffet, but hotel buffets in Japan typically have lots of options of rice and vegetable dishes and porridge and baked goods. We did eat breakfast upstairs in the restaurant and there are nice salads, but it is pricey, so check that you have vouchers if you decide to go.
Additionally, the hotel is in the middle of train station with lots of food options at all price ranges in large food court and smaller cafes, and overall I would not worry about getting vegetarian meal unless the dietary requirements are more specific.
They have all breads , cereals , veg fried rice was made for us on request ...
There was a buffet breakfast but we did not have it. So much of the food is vegetarian, I would think you will be find. Also right out of the hotel in the train station are 75+ places to eat. Hope this helps
You won't need a menu - there are just so many choices at the breakfast buffet and more than enough vegetarian choices. If you go Japanese for breakfast, such traditional items as bean paste soup, rice with pickles (very much a Kyoto specialty), fu in a miso sauce, cold tofu with choices of toppings (I liked green onions and the hot, peppery sauce), little, elegant dishes of cold noodles in soup, traditional salads like hijiki, water chestnut salad, just so many possibilities. And end breakfast with a French pastry and cappuccino.
Get an answer from Hotel Granvia Kyoto staff and past guests.