Chocolatier I could not wait to share my newfound haven of chocolate dwellings. Pierre Marcolini is a tiny chocolate shop in one of the back streets of Ginza. I have passed it many times and simply dismissed it as a glamorous little chocolatier you go to when in need of gifts.
The Best Mille Feuille in Town Ok, I have definitely found the winner for best mille feuille in town and the award goes to Henri Charpentier’s caramel mille feuille stack.
Golden View The building that houses this cafe in Hibiya Park is so bland and unassuming, I would have walked straight by if I did not notice its lovely terrace.
Sinfully Delicious Pancakes I’m always ecstatic when I find delicious food to share here on my blog. Yesterday, during a stroll through the back streets of Aoyama, I just happened to stumble upon Deux Anges, a cafe that served the most delicious pancakes I’ve ever tried.
GOING BACK IN TIME AT CAFE 1849 You don’t find places like this a lot in bustling, modern Tokyo. High ceilings, dark wood, intricate details and a wonderful waste of highly valued space. Walking into this cafe nestled in a corner of the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum is highly refreshing.
THE NEW HANDS CAFE IN SHIBUYA It’s about time Tokyu Hands opened a cafe in their Shibuya store. The cafe is conveniently named Hands cafe.
A CHOCOLATE LOVERS HEAVEN If you happen to be in Tokyo and love chocolate, it would be a very good idea to head over to Cafe Lindt in Ginza to feast on everything chocolate.
Once in a blue moon, I’d walk into a place and immediately fall in love with it. Then I’d sit down and fall in love with it even more. Such was the case with Brooklyn Parlor, a cafe and bar located in the basement of the Marui Annex in Shinjuku.
No, it’s not a branch of the famous Milan Italian restaurant, it’s a pastry shop and the pastries in this cute cozy cake shop will definitely take you over the moon.
COFFE AND PASTRIES I have meant to drop by this cafe since like forever but somehow only made it today. I’ve always wondered what the mega brand’s cafe would be like. It definitely did not disappoint.
CHILLIN’ AT CAFE GARB HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!. I”m starting 2012 with a couple of new year’s resolutions. One of them being : not going to the same restaurants and cafes over and over again.
Sitting beside a large body of water in the Iidabashi area of Tokyo or also known as the “French Quarter”, this cafe is the perfect place to spend a glorious spring afternoon.