Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Cafe
Omotesando: Danish
Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Cafe (Omotesando: Danish)
Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Cafe
Open 10am-8pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

A lot of upscale Aoyama shops seem to have an obligatory cafe area tucked into a corner somewhere, but the combination works especially well at this Copenhagen-based designer flower shop. While the food and drink aren't so very different from a dozen other area cafes, the lovely, plant-filled setting and the lively atmosphere set it apart.

Lunch is served from 10am-3pm, with choices of open-faced Danish smorrebrod and panini sandwiches, big organic salads and fresh fruit juices. A set lunch with a couple of sandwiches, soup, salad and coffee or tea runs around Y1500.

After 3pm is teatime, with a nice selection of freshly made muffins and pastries to accompany your beverage. Tucked away on a quiet side street behind Aoyama-dori, Nomu Cafe is a pleasant spot for an afternoon break when you're in the area.

Minato-ku, Minami-Aoyama 5-7-2.
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