Updated: November 07, 2018
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Café De Crié: Reasonably-Priced Chic-Looking Japanese Cafe Chain

Cafe de Crie is one of the major cafe chains in Japan. It has a warm atmosphere that feels a bit expensive for a cafe chain, but the prices are actually very reasonable. Here's all you need to know about the cafe and its menu items.

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Cafe de Crie

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Cafe de Crie is a comfortable, classy-looking cafe chain. The prices, however, are not particularly expensive. Here are some popular menu items you should try out when you go to this popular cafe in Japan! What's fun about their menu is that they have some things that are old-fashion (coffee jellies and egg sandwiches) and some other ones that are more on the sweet, colourful side.

Hot And Cold Drinks

They offer an interesting selection of hot and cold drinks. Coffees, teas and juices are between ¥300 and ¥400. I would definitely recommend their green tea or houjicha latte for a taste of traditional Japan. They have so many cold drinks too, including many with a nice whipped cream topping!

Retro Coffee Jelly

An interesting choice is their popular coffee jelly. This retro dessert has stayed popular in Japan for decades, and Cafe de Crie offers arguably one of the best versions of the main cafe chains. With a nice scoop of sweet vanilla ice cream balanced out with the slightly bitter-tasting coffee jelly, it makes the perfect summer treat.

Filling Egg Sandwiches

One of the best things you can get there is a "yakitamago" sandwich. It has a really thick piece of egg and some ham in it so it's pretty filling. Egg sandwiches are really a staple of this the "kissaten" (authentic, old european-style cafe) in Japan.

Eye-Pleasing And Delicious Seasonal Drinks

The cafe releases plenty of colourful sweet drinks. Their chocolate mint sorbet drink was a huge hit for the summer of 2018. There has really been a boom in chocolate and mint products in Japan as of late.

Lastly...

You should give Cafe de Crie a try. It has its own distinctive character in the world of cafe chains. It looks expensive and fancy, but it's actually pretty cheap.
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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