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!

【Jiyugaoka】Get wild Spanish baked eggs at LATTE GRAPHIC Jiyugaoka (LATTE GRAPHIC自由が丘店)🍳.

We visited LATTE GRAPHIC Jiyugaoka(LATTE GRAPHIC自由が丘店) after hearing about a café in Jiyugaoka that serves a "blissful breakfast that I want to eat every morning.

Restaurant Information

Visit the restaurant

It is located on the second floor of a building, a one-minute walk from Jiyugaoka Station on the Tokyu Line. We arrived at 8:30, which is the opening time plus 1 hour and 30 minutes. There was no line at the time of arrival, but two groups entered the restaurant right in front of me, and there was a numbered ticket machine at the entrance.

We took our tickets and waited for 5 minutes, and were soon shown to our seats. Upon being seated, it is explained that the restaurant is open for two hours.

This is the menu that was offered that day. Morning set and other menus are in one book.

  • Smashed avocado: 680 yen
  • Big Brekkie: 980 yen
  • Spanish Baked Eggs: 880 yen
  • Bacon Eggs Benedict: 780 yen
  • Avocado Salmon Benedict: 780 yen
  • Eggs with toast: ¥480
  • Acai Ball: 1,280 yen

  • Extras Menu

    • Avocado: 150 yen
    • Bacon: 150 yen
    • Sausage: 150 yen
    • Soy meat: 150 yen
    • Seasonal soup: 250 yen
  • Set of drinks: 350 yen

    • Blended coffee
    • Iced coffee
    • Cafe latte (hot/ice): +80 yen
    • Cappuccino (hot/ice): +80 yen
    • Decaffeinated coffee: +100 yen
    • Earl Grey (hot/ice)
    • Rooibos (hot/ice)
    • Mango Juice
    • Orange Juice
    • Sparkling wine: +100 yen

Except for the morning set, the rest of the menu is omitted. If you want to see more details, please check the menu introduction on the official HP.

Acai Ball was sold out at the time of our visit. This is a bit amazing at 8:30 AM.

Actual meal

I asked the waiter, "Which is the best?" The waiter told us that the Big Brekkie is often served. Based on his comments, we had the following items on the menu this time.

  • Spanish baked eggs: 880 yen
  • Seasonal soup: 250 yen
  • Mango juice: 350 yen

Detailed impressions are below.

  • Spanish baked egg: 880 yen

    • A bright red tomato sauce with sour flavor, sausage, broccoli, and a poached egg? A skillet filled with sausage, broccoli, and poached egg? It comes with bread and salad.
    • The juicy, spicy sausage was a nice combination with the acidity of the tomatoes. Broccoli and other vegetables were abundant. I liked it so much that I thought I would try making it at home. It was juicy and healthy, and the conflicting flavors were well combined.
  • Seasonal soup: 250 yen

    • Was it bean soup? I'm sorry, I don't remember exactly. It was mellow and tasty, that's for sure.
  • Mango juice: 350 yen

    • It was served in a very large bottle. It tasted sweet and fresh.



The menu was rich in tomatoes at a level I have never encountered before. It was a menu that satisfied both sides of the vegetable/meat equation, with a healthy yet meaty presence. It was a mistake to choose mango as the set drink when the name of the restaurant is LATTE GRAPHIC.
Perhaps cafe latte is the signature menu item, so I should have ordered that. I regret it.


The restaurant is quite spacious and has more seating.
The illustrations painted all over the walls were cool.