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En Ginza Cafe

Tokyo Street, on the Sixth Floor of Pavilion had been opened for more than a year. A nice area to loiter, and I was drawn there mainly for the food. It ranged from the quintessential Japan dining, to easy going cafe and bakery, all in a nice cosy ambiance. There were also plenty of titbits and ornaments to case the eyes on, for some light retail therapy.

I personally like the bakery by the entrance there, called the En Ginza Cafe. My children loved the wasabi and seaweed fries. They would mess up their faces, with their fingers turning green from the colouring. The drinks there were not bad either. But I love the ambiance, especially if you come in a bigger group when they would offer the sofa should it be available.

Idlan waiting for his fries.... and it was finally hereI told you it was cosy .....Well worth the time to explore the place actually. There were crepes and sweets aplenty, but Irfan especially loved the ornaments shops there.

Tokyo Street is on the top floor. You won't miss it if you venture around Pavilion.

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