Saturday morning,let’s go to eat breakfast 🥞 @Tokyo (English Version)

Here are some of the restaurants we actually visited in the Tokyo area and the breakfast menus (morning menus) we ate there!

【Ebisu】Fresh Fruit Toast at Da Cafe Ebisu(ダカフェ恵比寿店)

I visited "Da Cafe Ebisu" after hearing that they have a menu with a large amount of fruit thrown in.
Note: This article was written when I visited from 1:30 p.m. onward. It is unknown if the same menu is served during breakfast hours.


Visit the restaurant

Visited at 1:30pm on Saturday, there was no line and we were able to get in right away.
From 2:30 p.m., the restaurant was close to full. I think there are many customers who use the cafe.

This is the menu that was offered on the day of the event.

There are fruit teas, sandwiches, soft creㇺ, and cheesecakes, but the main item was fruit.
There seems to be a variety of fruit sandwiches in addition to those listed on the menu. There was a case in the corner of the store, but it was already sold out and empty when we visited.
The waitress told us that her recommendation was strawberry.

Actual meal

This time I ordered fruit toast and drip coffee.

  • Ogura Fruit Toast: 750 yen (tax included)
  • Drip coffee: 550 yen (tax included)

The fruit toast was piled high with orange, pineapple, kiwi fruit, and sweet potato. Underneath the fruit was a layer of cream and red bean paste.
The toast has a slit in it so that you can tear it by hand and divide it into four equal pieces.
However, when you try to tear it, the fruit will fall onto the plate. I ate the fallen fruit with a spoon.

Detailed impressions are below.

  • Fruit Toast
    • Orange: fresh and delicious. It is strange that it seems sweet even though it is combined with cream and red bean paste.
    • Pineapple: fruity and delicious.
    • Kiwi fruit: fresh and tasty.
    • Sweet potato: sweet and tasty.
    • Toast: very thick. Toast: very thick and hearty.
    • Cream/anjiko: Not too sweet, clean taste.
  • Drip coffee: Tastes like coffee (I'm not used to drinking it, so I don't know if it's good or bad).


The fruit was wonderful in that it was piled high and tasty.
The taste of the fruit was one of the best I have ever tasted at any restaurant I have visited.
The cream and red bean paste more than complemented the flavor of the fruit, which was the star of the dish.

The official website of the store's management company advertises the store as "seriously made fruit sandwiches made by a green grocer," and I thought the sign was true to its word.