Veloce makes its blends from beans imported from Brazil, Colombia and Guatemala among other countries. Their blend coffee has just a light bitterness that makes it easy to drink.
Veloces usually have a mix of counter seats and table seats. The lighting tends to be warmer than most chain coffee shops and the Italian-inspired interior is somewhat reminiscent of the old Japanese kissaten (traditional coffee shop).
Veloce has one of the cheapest blend coffees around. For 200 yen you can get a small size (which is quite large) and for 240 yen, you can get the large size. There are a variety of options for the coffees that include the cafe latte and the espresso.
Veloce also has a great sugar-free matcha-latte (280 yen).
Among the couple of desserts the chain serves, the coffee jelly is probably its most iconic. For 310 yen, you get a tasty coffee jelly topped with a generous amount of light whipped cream.
Veloce is also famous for their floats. Topped with their signature whipped cream, this mango float sells for 350 yen. Some are only available for a limited time.
For a light meal, the sandwiches are a popular choice at Veloce. You can choose from six different sandwiches that are all under 250 yen. Also, as you can see in this picture, the coffees also come in their iced version.
Veloce also has a selection of tasty morning sandwiches at a reasonable price that can be bought individually or as part of a coffee set. This chicken baguette sandwich made of rye bread sells for only 300 yen (450 yen for set)!
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If you are looking for good coffee, a light meal or dessert at a very reasonable price, then Veloce might be the place for you to go! Try it out if you haven't!