Updated: November 06, 2018
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Pile Cafe: A Hidden Cafe in Ebisu, Tokyo

Ebisu is a perfect neighborhood to spend the day if you're into good food. From great brunch spots to awesome coffee, you can also find authentic Italian restaurants and delicious sushi. If you're looking for a good coffee spot, stop by Pile Cafe. The best part is that it's slightly hidden away, so it makes you feel like you discovered secret spot.

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Pile Cafe

This cafe is only 2 minutes away from Ebisu station, but it is a little tucked away so it's not very easy to find. The distinct airplane-like windows are the way to spot the store, it's on the second floor.

The atmosphere is super cozy and welcoming. It's a great place to simply have a cup of coffee and some dessert while chatting with friends, or you can have a full meal. You can sit back and relax in one of their big comfy sofas.

Food Menu

You can get today's pasta, gratin, steak, some appetizers, etc. The pasta was particularly good when we went! The cheese plate is quite nice if you want some small things to eat while having a glass of wine.

Drink Menu

They have really adorable latte art, as well as cocktails, beer, etc. You might come in for a coffee, but you might be tempted to stay longer since the atmosphere is so relaxing, and might end up having a nice glass of wine.

Dessert Menu

They have some nice dessert options as well, such as the Mont-Blanc and the cheese cake! Yum!

Finally...

If you liked the neighborhood, and are looking for more cafes in Ebisu, please look at the link below.
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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