There are a lot of cute cafés in Kobe, but Triton Café might be the nicest. Flat grey walls and green plants immediately give it away as a millennial hangout. While the interior alone is worth a visit, the cooks at Triton make sure that customers leave satisfied. The menu changes frequently, but they cook up meals like roasted Kyushu black pork with raspberry sauce, cream pasta with sautéed mushrooms, and Keema curry. With every meal comes the choice of rice or bread and it would be a crime to pass on the bread. Triton serves fresh baked bread that is some of the best in Kobe.