The slogan of this retro-styled cafe is terse: pasta and cakes. There’s actually more of the former on the menu than the latter. I went with carrot cake covered in crushed almonds and topped by a tiny little carrot made of sugar. Sweet and ...
The soup of the day was seafood chowder, sweet and creamy but without any noticeable bits of seafood. It came with salad, mostly greens, and three silver-dollar-style pancakes, each featuring an Elk stamp.
I was there for the French toast: voluminous, coquettish, accompanied by a twirl of soft-serve ice cream and a drizzle of maple syrup.
Aurora Lounge, located on the 45th floor of the Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku, is one of the most non-drinker friendly places in Tokyo. Its 45 Refresh! Non Alcohol Cocktail menu has as many cocktails as floors that the lounge is from the ground.
The pancakes at the Tokyo outpost of Oahu’s popular Cafe Kaila are indeed very good. They are light and fluffy but not at all vapid; they’re incredibly filling and include a surprisingly generous amount of fruit.
The shop also uses the extra [winter] time to bake sweets and homemade bread.
For an extra ¥150, you can also get a cup of coffee. As a way to warm up customers who were brave enough to dare a large scoop of gelato, the shop offers free hot tea.
Cafe Papins has four new flavors that can only be enjoyed in these cold winter months, such as shaved ice drizzled with hot kabocha squash sauce, adzuki beans and caramel — all homemade — with a scoop of vanilla Haagen-Dazs on the side.
At Mario Gelateria in Ginza, you can warm up with a cup of hot chocolate, ginger milk tea or consomme soup before you order a scoop of ice cream.
In addition to its usual kakigori, it offers a special winter menu from November to April that includes cream stew that is simmered on the stove for at least two hours, gratin that will be served in the store from January and French toast ...
The sign outside says “Welcome to the Small World of Eating Paradise.” And for such modest premises, they offer a surprisingly wide menu, from simple starters such as gyoza pot-stickers and Singapore-style smoked duck through a good range of stir-fries and seafood dishes.
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