Updated: November 07, 2018
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Qu'il Fait Bon: For Some Amazing Fruit Tarts


Fruit tarts are a staple of French patisserie but have become increasingly popular all over Japan. Using the French savoir-faire, Japanese chefs are known for being very meticulous and creative. The fruit tarts you can find at Qu'il Fait Bon are slightly expensive, but they're perfect in every way!

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Qu'il Fait Bon

Qu'il Fait Bon is an elegant and inviting cafe in Japan. They serve beautiful and delicious fruit tarts. If you want to spend a nice moment with a friend and chat the afternoon away, this is the perfect place to stop by.
As soon as you walk in, you'll see their beautiful cake display. Everything looks so tasty, choosing a tart has never been so hard. You can go with a classic or with a seasonal flavour, either way, you can never really go wrong!
Qu'il fait bon has a few branches all over Japan. Three of which are in Tokyo: in Ginza, in Aoyama and around the Tokyo Sky Tree. You can also visit the branches in Yokohama, Shizuoka, Kyoto, Osaka, etc.


The presentation is so beautiful you might even feel bad to take a bit of such an intricately prepared cake. For the summer, they have new monthly flavours, such as peaches for June and July, or Muscat grapes for August.
They have classic flavours as well, such as the different berry pies or the walnut pie. The tarts are on the pricey side, but they are made with incredibly fresh and perfect fruits. A slice is more than 600 yen, and the whole cake is over 3,500/ 6,000 yen (depending on the size).
If you don't want to wait, you can also get the pie to go and have it at home.
The tarts are visually very pleasing and are very Instagram-worthy. However, if your friends back home get a little jealous, you can always bring back some tasty baked goods as a souvenir for them!


After visiting that cafe and falling in love with these incredibly tasty fruit tarts, you can also bring back a piece or a whole tart for that special someone.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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