The same case happened when we were in Shibuya (Omotesando to be precise) one day. A cafe caught out sight immediately when we looked up a random building :D
150-0001 Shibuya (along Omotesando) 5-8-5 2/F
150-0001 東京都渋谷區神宮前 (表參道) 5-8-5 2/F
1:Yucks! 2:Improvement needed 3:So-So~ 4:Good 5:Very good 6:Heavenly
- Mon-Sun 11:30am-8pm
- Serves both food and drinks, and also some daily specials.
- Suitable for all age groups
- Despite it is located on the 2nd floor, it's really busy during lunch and tea time. It is certainly a good place to hang around.
- Popular for teas. They sell teas and teapots on the first floor, and have a "tea school" on the fifth floor.
- ¥980(?) (about $12CAD $87HKD)
- I didn't get to try this, but could smell the strong ginger flavour from the side.
- The tea was served in a bowl rather than a cup. Great idea for my thirsty dad ;D
- Angel hair in shrimp and tomato cream sauce
- ¥1300 (about $15CAD $116HKD)
- Came with tea, soup, and mini dessert
- This was impressive. My mom found a couple of whole shrimps in the tomato sauce.
- Also, even though the menu said it's tomato cream sauce, both my mom and sister originally thought it's lobster soup. They said the sauce is very rich in flavour.
- Again, I didn't get to try this due to allergy problem.
- 2 pita sandwiches with soup, a side salad, and a drink (I chose Iced Tea)
- About ¥1050 (about $12CAD $94HKD)
- Not sure what soup it was...I guess it was Cream Corn Soup; it has a mild corn flavour.
- I found it was a bit too bland for my liking. I tried to find out what soup it was, but...the flavour was really too light.
- Fresh baby spinach with light dressing on top.
- I ended up eating this with the soup :) They tasted great together.
- Light melted soft chesse between the pita and the chicken.
- The soft melted cheese went very well with the warm, also soft pita.
- The chicken was average. Another note on that: Don't expect you will get a big piece of chicken here ;)
- The ratatouille was served cold, but it went alright with the warm pita.
- Another plus I found: It's actually quite good to have cold fillings in a pita/sandwich in such hot weather.