1. The Strings Omotesando Halloween Sweets Buffet
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8 best dessert buffets in Tokyo

Got a sweet tooth? Indulge yourself at these mouthwatering dessert buffets around the capital

Kaila Imada
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Kaila Imada
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Sweet shops and cafés are a dime a dozen in Tokyo, but nothing is more indulgent than treating yourself to an all-you-can eat dessert buffet. Some of Tokyo's best hotels and restaurants have gone all-out to create elaborate sweet spreads focused on the very best seasonal ingredients – sometimes with whimsical themes. From bottomless ice cream bars to endless shine muscat desserts, these are the best sweet buffets in the capital.

RECOMMENDED: Treat yourself to the best afternoon tea in Tokyo

Desserts galore

  • Restaurants
  • Roppongi

Enjoy 90 minutes of all-you-can-eat matcha goodness at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo’s glitzy Champagne Bar. There'll be both sweet and savoury bites combining the rich aroma of matcha with other tasty ingredients such as lemon, coconut and even rosemary. A set tea stand will be served at each table similar to an afternoon tea, while a buffet board will be spread out at the bar with even more matcha items. Try the matcha brown rice mousse, matcha madeleines, matcha chocolate brownies, matcha popcorn, and so much more.

For an extra indulgence, ¥2,362 gets you a glass of champagne, or opt for the free-flow option for ¥7,334.

All-you-can-eat shine muscat and kyoho grapes at Ex Garden Cafe
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All-you-can-eat shine muscat and kyoho grapes at Ex Garden Cafe

Treat yourself to a bottomless buffet of seasonal grapes at Ex Garden Cafe in Roppongi. Indulge in fragrant shine muscat and juicy kyoho grapes along with a selection of special desserts and savoury plates. Have your choice of one savoury meal including options like chicken curry, hayashi rice, gapao rice or a toasted sandwich. The special dessert plate features a seasonal mousse cake, pound cake, Japanese cheesecake, a rich chocolate cake, homemade pudding and seasonal sherbet.

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  • Restaurants
  • Ebisu

The Westin Tokyo is going all out this autumn with a luxurious chocolate dessert buffet where you can enjoy sweets and baked goods all made with melt-in-your-mouth French chocolate. Choose from a whopping 70 different chocolate desserts including a chocolate chestnut tart, berry and chocolate mousse, a raspberry chocolate tart, chocolate banana cake, and passion fruit ganache caramel served with chocolate and chestnut mousse. The desserts come in perfect bite-sized pieces, so don’t worry about over-indulging – try out as many desserts as you can.

  • Restaurants
  • Omotesando

The Strings Omotesando is transforming into a haunted witch's lair this autumn, featuring a brilliant yet spooky dessert buffet. Look out for favourite autumn flavours such as chestnut and purple sweet potato – you can enjoy them in cakes, jelly, chocolate mousse, and more. There will also be Halloween-themed maritozzo buns that you can decorate yourself by drawing faces on the cream to resemble a ghost. Aside from sweets, you can also sample savoury bites including grilled chicken marinated in soy sauce, a black keema curry, and a beet and pumpkin salad.

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