Reviews on Cafe food in Oharu-cho, Aichi Prefecture, Japan including Cafe Jubilee, Motomachi Coffee Daiji No Hanare, Komeda Coffee, Komeda Coffee Esca, Konparu Meichika, Pierre Marcolini Nagoya, Coffee Shop Ranpu Shippo, maidreamin, Nagoya Don Quijote Sakae, Cafe du ciel
4 based on 59 reviews
Cafe Du Ciel is a lovely venue on the 51st floor of the JR Towers offering window tables for two facing out for the best possible views. We had coffee and cakes from a mouthwatering selection which tasted as good as they looked. The coffee was served in beautiful china. This was our second visit to Cafe Du Ciel and I would recommend it for a "special" treat.
5 based on 128 reviews
The dream land is far away world. While a mysterious light of the candle is lit. Ladys and gentlemans become residents of the dream land. In that limited time,we will change into a smile the best of all people. That is entertainment cafe and bar "maidream
We were just passing-by the area and happen to chance one of their âmaidsâ and decided to try this cafe ... very âkawaiâ & âoishiâ food! And very bubbly maids â- we donât quite understand what they were saying & seems like theyâre just happy serving & welcoming us to their cafe. A must try when ur here in Nagoya!
4 based on 60 reviews
After grabbing some Miso Katsu at Yabaton across the road (miso katsu is a must-have in Nagoya), we popped into Pierre Marcolini (A Belgian chocolaterie) in Midtown Square for dessert. It was late, just in time for last orders, and the cafe section upstairs was closed. But, we just wanted some gelato or sorbet, no problem. To start with I had a scoop of hazelnut praline and a scoop of chocolate. My girl had the framboise sorbet which was so amazingly good, I couldn't take the arm twisting and had to get myself a third scoop of that. It's a little more pricey that what you would pay at Baskin Robbins, but it was good.
4 based on 120 reviews
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4 based on 219 reviews
Searched for this outlet throughout the Nagoya train station and finally found it via an external stairs connected to the Esca underground mall.No queue although the place was quite packed. Did a quick order (before 11am, each coffee comes with half a thick toast with either red bean/scrambled eggs/hard boiled egg). The toast was excellent, soft and moist! Adding the red bean made it taste different but really good (similar to spreading jam).Excellent way to start the day!
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