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MICASADECO & CAFE, JingumaeMICASADECO & CAFE(ミカサデコアンドカフェ)神宮前


Cafe and restaurant in Jingumae, Shibuya City. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in a refreshingly designed restaurant. Try their popular soft-thin pancakes, or their thick fluffy souffle pancakes made from ricotta cheese. Or if you want something savory from their fashionable menu, try their risotto and keema curry, sandwiches, or eggs benedict.


Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-16-5HOLON32F

phone 0368927006


Review of Micasadeco & Cafe Jingumae

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Reviewed:2018/10/04 Fresh and cozy
This place was really nice, modern, clean and fresh. The pancakes were great, fluffy and light! The whole cafe, plus the neighborhood, had such a calm atmosphere. I would love to go back!!
Reviewed:2018/03/07 Best pancakes ever!
The ricotta pancakes were the best pancakes Ive ever had. They were so good I had them multiple times during my trip to Japan! Plus the Cafe was very nicely decorated and the staff was great.
Reviewed:2017/12/06 Fluffy pancakes and Yummy Eggs Benedicts
So my wife found out about this place in a friend’s instagram account, saying we have to try the pancakes of this place out. Walked with our kids about 20 or so minutes from our place near Mark City...

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Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-16-5HOLON32F [map]



open everyday (New Year's Holiday is closed)
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Vegetarian Menu
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English Menu

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