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4 based on 18 reviews
We called in to the Press CafÃ© for coffee. We had previously sussed out where it was on our previous walking tour of Otaru. It was housed in an old stone building, and the entry to the cafe through the inside of the building led past a huge stockpile of firewood! Also an eye-opener was an Austin Healey Sprite, (not the bug-eye type) in British racing green, squeezed inside the cafe as part of the dÃ©cor. The owner is obviously a car buff and parked outside the cafe was a Fiat Bambino and (I think) a Riley car, more of his treasures.The coffee was good too!
4 based on 26 reviews
After our lunch at the Manjori restaurant nearby, we walked to this cafe for coffee and pastries. Just by looking at the front door, you will already know what you can and cannot do/get. Interesting. The place is quite big. We found a lovely table by a side window and enjoyed some great coffee and pastries. They have a website in Japanese only :( but their menu has some English :)
4 based on 31 reviews
I visited their Store Number 1 on Sakaimachi Street, and they told me that all of them serve similar items. The delicious pastry puffs almost melt in your mouth as you just think about the smooth coffee that you're about intake. The interior is quite charming and the hostesses will ensure that your stay in their shop, and in Otaru, is remembered as one of the best days of your trip.
4 based on 18 reviews
it's a self service cafe with limited menu. the inside is pretty dark. however, with proper camera setting you should able to capture the interior. Which proper setting of the camera the overall interior of the cafe is magnificent.
4 based on 47 reviews
If you're eating in, head to the second floor.. it's said the red velvety sofa and setting is like what it was in the Japanese Showa era. Inside seating area is smoking zone. You can smell the smoke even at the outside section too.They didn't have the miso flavoured when I was there. But you'd like the soy sauce & chestnut if you like savoury mixed in with sweet vanilla ice cream. The mochi topping is nice too! Bought the Malone colon for take out, have yet to try it. Staff recommended Walnut, almond, cheese and chocolate ones.
4 based on 105 reviews
The restaurant is in a converted, historic building (a bank?), and easily accessible from both the tourist area of Otaru and the station. We have eaten here twice (once in the depths of last winter's snow and again just last month) - both times for a largish family group evening meal. A range of different types of food were ordered, everybody was pleased. The food was well-prepared, promptly served, and delicious. Service was friendly and efficient. Would recommend eating here. Souvenirs and wine-tasting are also available here, but we have not tried them.
4 based on 115 reviews
Found the place by chance, while looking for shelter from the snow outside. Lovely ambience. Order at the cashier, look for a place to sit and then collect your food from the counter later. Kids loved the cream puff - they claimed it was 15cm in diameter!
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