Nicolas Charles - Unnofficial Fan Club

2016-05-28

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  • #bunny #bento #kidslunchforadults
Kawaii Bento

Children's Lunch for Adults!

There's an over-the-top cutesy cafe in Tokyo called Nicolas Charles Cafe (official home page) that serves rabbit shaped desserts. From top to bottom, everything at the cafe has is bunny-themed and when customers step through the entrance they are presented with a pair of wearable bunny ears to top it all off.


The cafe is famous for its rabbit cream puffs, but that's not all they have on offer. Their lunch plate looks like something you would expect to see on a kids menu, but infact, it is a hearty feast of meat and salad accompanied by a happy-go-lucky bunny rabbit made out of rice. This so-called “Children’s Lunch for Adults” is what I came for and I was not dissapointed! Nicolas' Japanese is also very impressive! As a Japanese tutor I wish my students can be so successful! If you get a chance to check out Nicolas Charles when you are in Japan then definitely go!

2016-05-28

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  • #sunday #harajuku #nicolascharles
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Sweet Sunday

There's always something wierd and wonderful going on in Tokyo - in particular Harajuku. It's pretty hard to miss the two-storied-bunny-themed-uber-kawaii café Nicolas House given that the French chef’s smiling face is plastered all over the windows and cute desserts with bunny ears are on display in full force.

I'm not going to sugar coat it (pun intended), but the wait time to get in was about an hour on the Sunday I went. On the inside it was nothing short of epic. Mind = blown. Couldn't wait to try the bunny cream puffs! This place was most certainly treat for the senses! Definitely will be coming back again. If you're in Tokyo and you're looking for one of the famous themed cafes to visit with adorable food and desserts, this should definitely be on your bucket list.

2016-05-28

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  • #nicolasmagic #omotesando #fairytale
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Nicolas Magic!

For today's dinner we headed to Omotesando. Rode the Tokyo Metro to Omotesando Station and headed up to the ground level through the A2 exit and towards our destination. We turned right down the street just past the Jingumae Koban (police station) and after a brief walk we arrived at our destination "Nicolas House".

The first level is like a shop and on the second level there's a cafe. We had to wait a while to get in and it was raining so we got a bit wet but finally we were ushered up to the 2nd floor by a female staff member. Of course here you're supposed to put on the bunny ears and enjoy the experience but I held off on that. Looking down to the ground floor we could see there was quite a lot of people waiting. I thought to myself this place is like being in a fairy-tale!

I had the 'kids lunch for adults' Japanese Hamburger for 2,050 yen. Now on the surface it looks cute, but in reality it's actually filled with "Nicolas Magic" packed with authentic French flavour! Healthy and with lots of volume it definitely leaves you satisfied(*´▽`*)

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