After gaining an international following by turning sweets into jewellery, Tadaaki Wakamatsu’s Q-Pot brand has gone full cycle at this Kita-Aoyama café, where the accessories are made edible again. Decked out with teapot lampshades, Q-Pot wallpaper and giant biscuit-shaped wall art, Q-Pot Café creates a fairy-tale atmosphere that extends to the offerings on the menu. Macarons, cupcakes and chocolates are served on appropriately decorated ‘necklace’ and ‘ring’ plates, or as an aptly titled 'plate of delight' assortment. Hardened sweet fiends can reserve the ‘Se"Q"ret Room’ and get a full-course menu where even the caviar and carbonara are actually made from sweets (¥20,000 for up to four people, 90 minutes). The colourful array of treats is also available for takeaway, along with a selection of cups, pots, coasters, tea and snacks that are only available here.
|Venue name:||Q-Pot Café|
3-10-2 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku
|Opening hours:||11.30am-7.30pm daily|
|Transport:||Omotesando Station (Ginza, Chiyoda, Hanzomon lines)|