Updated： November 06, 2018
Have Some Coffee and the Fluffiest Toast at February Cafe in Tokyo!
February Cafe is a small cozy cafe located in Asakusa. This cafe offers breads from Asakusa's popular bakery and good latte! If you are looking for a place to have a good breakfast in Asakusa, definitely check out February Cafe!
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February Cafe is located just a minute walk distance from Tamachi station, or around a 10 minute walk from Asakusa station. This cafe is popular for the bread that they are serving as well as their tasty coffee.
February Cafe offers bread from Pelican! Pelican is an authentic, long-established and famous bakery in Asakusa. It is such a popular store that it is not that easy to get their bread. There are several cafes that offer Pelican's breads, and February Cafe is one of them. Their bread is simple, super fluffy and delicious breads! People generally make reservations to eat their bread.
Their drink menu is as follows: espresso, americano, cafe latte, cafe mocha, caramel latte, hazelnut latte, hand drip coffee, both in hot and iced!
Their latte has milk's strong creamy and rich flavor! The latte art is neat, elegant and pleasing.
Their toast menu are must-try here. As previously mentioned, toasts are all from Pelican, and they have butter toast, cheese toast and honey cinnamon toast to choose from.
They also have other menus like scone plates, sandwiches, affogato and pastries! Their desserts go really well with their coffee, so if you want something sweet with a cup of coffee, definitely check it out!
For summer dessert, they introduced coffee jelly that is made of cold brew coffee! It also comes with milky ice cream. Only available during summer so don't miss out.
Another summer limited dessert is called scone sandwich (¥450)! In between the warm scones, perfectly sweet vanilla ice cream is sandwiched, topped with clotted cream.
Ready to try February Cafe's tasty toasts and coffee?
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