Harajuku Tokyo Cafe brings a new range of Japanese delicacies to NCR

One of the most instagrammable cafes in town, it has become a hotspot for its one-of-a-kind dining experience and uniquely curated Japanese delicacies customised for the Indian palate.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
Harajuku Cafe

Japanese street food-inspired QSR Harajuku Tokyo Café has introduced a range of new menu items on the menu.

One of the most instagrammable cafes in town, it has become a hotspot for its one-of-a-kind dining experience and uniquely curated Japanese delicacies customised for the Indian palate.

Adding to their existing list of delicacies the brand has introduced a new range of Sushis like Nigiri, available in combinations with Tuna, Salmon, and Avocado to name a few.

Some more new variants include Holy Rainbow maki, Spicy Tuna Salsa roll, Aburi Salmon roll, and Sushi boats, etc. A huge variety of Ramen bowls along with over 30 new combinations of Boba tea, Hand-pulled noodles, and a fresh breakfast menu will also be available as part of the revamped menu.

The Japanese-inspired cafe, which is known for its light-as-air bread and desserts, is also offering a few new types of buns such as the Teddy Shaped cream buns, Spicy chicken floss buns, and desserts including Sakura Mousse cube, Chocolate hazelnut mousse cube, Sakura panna cotta, Chocolate hazelnut (Bueno) panna cotta, Triple layer Lychee cheesecake, and Montblanc.

We are ecstatic with the response we have received since our inception. The journey of bringing authentic Japanese flavors to the Indian patrons has been enthralling and extremely rewarding. The immense love we have received pushes us to offer new experiences to our patrons every day hence we are delighted to take a step further with our new range of delicacies,” shared Gaurav Kanwar, Founder of Harajuku Tokyo Café.

Harajuku Tokyo Cafe aims at recreating the true Harajuku street experience through authentic cuisine and inspired interiors that reflect the vibe from the streets of Tokyo and Osaka. Elements like vibrant murals, a live baking station, mangas, and a claw machine, all give its patrons a ride through the Harajuku Street in Tokyo, thus making it a memorable experience for them.

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