Started way back since 1945 at a jewellery store in Japan, read their history timeline here.
This is such a cozy coffee spot for a tete-a-tete.
This post covers two visits – one during tea time, another visit for their set lunch offerings.
~~ Set Lunch~~
The beef chunks were tender, rich curry sauce was flavourful.
A comfy food nonetheless.
I hit this very creamy baked rice using Japanese rice grains.
Very little chicken chunks inside, smallish portion.
The set lunch came with a bowl of salad, then the main course, and then a cup of their Okada blend in black (served with freshly whipped cream kept chilled).
~~ Tea Set ~~
Did I mention their cake portions here are small!
However, they do exude pretty aesthetic and quality.
I love how mild the coffee was and yet in thick consistency.
The side buttery biscuit was really nice.
Except that the vanilla scoop atop would not melt so easily into the hot espresso. It was such a pleasurable pick-me-up!
I must come back for this again!