The Kawaii Monster Cafe is the result of a collaboration between artistic director Sebastian Masuda, a pioneer of Japanese kawaii culture and Diamond Dining.
The Café’s theme is “The new Tokyo that nobody has ever seen” (mada Daremo mitakotononai atarashii Tokyo) and actually with its 193 seats, the coffee announces the color being the biggest in Tokyo.
Spread out over 4 different zones : MUSHROOM DISCO, MILK STAND, BAR EXPERIMENT & MEL-TEA ROOM, the Kawaii Monster is not original in its look but also with its unbelievable array of food and drink.
An experience not to miss on your next trip to Tokyo.
Opened just recently by identical twins from Belfast, Alan and Gary Keery, the Cereal Killer Café sells over 120 different types of cereal from around the world. “If we can source it, we will sell it”. They offer British, American and global cereals all at £2.50 for a small bowl with a choice of milks and toppings such as banana or marshmallows. The journalist from TimeOut asked for the most obscure cereal they have: an Oreo cereal from South Korea – “very hard to source”. A must-see !
Source : taken & edited from TIMEOUT
Part of Hong Kong’s popular Classified series of cafés, the Repulse Bay edition is the brand’s latest outpost and also the first to sport its new industrial-chic look
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Brasserie Bardot Restaurant was created by Dutch Designer Louwerse de Jong. source : notapaperhouse.com
Maman, a new cafe in SoHo, offers baked goods and regional dishes from the south of France.
Guggenheim Café was inaugurated at Palazzo Venier dei Leoni in Venice: a redesign project inserted in a unique museum context such as Peggy Guggenheim’s home.
Bar Riviera, a meeting place for intellectuals in the 1960s and ’70s, is reopened and raised to its former glory by Marcio Kogan’s firm, MK27. via Azure Magazine
Like the café at Spazio Rossani Orlandi in Milan, the café at 19 Greek Street aims to be a hub for design enthusiasts and professionals and afternoon tea lovers alike. The gallery’s eclectic aesthetic is reflected in the café’s interiors, designed by founder and creative director Marc Peridis.
‘Spíler Shanghai’ is an Asian influenced bistro and bar in the historic Gozsdu courtyard, Budapest’s party district. The design, by owner Roy Zsidai, follows concepts embodied within his previous project ‘Spíler’ which opened in 2012. For the decor of the bistro he has mixed the atmosphere of Budapest’s ruin pubs, old industrial buildings that have been retrofitted with new furnitures and fixtures, with the aesthetic of NY’s Chinatown.
Bangladesh-based Form.3 Architects has converted a historic building into a small café lounge and a boutique showroom.
Soho design boutique 19 Greek Street launches a new café this month.
True to 19 Greek Street’s culturally-conscious, sustainable ethos, the owner has invited neighbourhood pop-up The Full English to serve up locally-sourced, organic British food, with special emphasis on afternoon tea.
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The design for a ‘parent and child cafe’ on Tokyo’s Omotesando, for parents to enjoy being out with small children without worry about those around them. The cafe is fully stocked with picture books and toys, and includes a playroom, private rooms and separate spaces for nursing and changing diapers.
It’s a breath of fresh air to find somewhere where you’re comfortable to hang your hat and take five. This elusive and hard to find atmosphere seems effortlessly created by the little sneaky café-in-a-surf-shop found at Saturdays Surf, NYC on 31 Crosby
Starbucks has recently introduced a new concept store for coffee consumption.
The beverage brand has collaborated with S Swiss railway company SBB to introduce their first commercial shop on a train. the new space has been designed with a focus on comfort and functionality, providing a lounge-like experience for travelers to relax and enjoy their journey on. the car is split between two levels, outfitted with a color palette influenced by coffee shades and tints – from dark roasted brown beans to white steamed milk colorways – and provides seating for 50 people. the exterior of the red and white train facade is branded with the starbucks logo including additional graphic design motifs, such as white icons to represent menu items like espressos and muffins.
The first Starbucks train is scheduled to run from geneva airport to St.Gallen in Switzerland on November 21 at 06:36am.