A nice variety of deli-style salads is ready for your grazing pleasure at this casual cafe, with inventive dishes like Spicy Roast Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower with Onion Bacon Jam, and Roast Swordfish and Zucchini with Coriander Salsa. The daily menu offers some fifteen deli items to choose from, ranging from quite substantial meat-centered dishes to lighter grain- and vegetable-focused fare, so you can mix and match depending on how carnivorous you're feeling.
If you're fairly hungry you can assemble a filling deli combo plate with five items of your choice. The base price is Y1600, although some of the more deluxe dishes carry a Y100 surcharge. The "green plate" (Y1400) is a lighter option, with two deli items plus a custom-built salad from the well-stocked salad bar. There are also simple prepackaged Caesar and Mexican Cobb salads ready to go if you're in a hurry.
Drinks include coffee and various teas, kombucha, almond milk, beer, wine and original cocktails. The dining area is a cross between stylish Aoyama cafe and fancy cafeteria, with big communal tables and some outdoor terrace seats. You can also order anything on the menu to take out.
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