2 Amazing All Dessert Buffet Restaurants in Tokyo

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  • Buffet-style restaurants have been a popular choice for many people around the world. There are so many buffet style restaurants: cafeterias, dim sum houses, all-you-can-eat restaurants, salad bars, open buffets and many more! But have you ever considered having a dessert buffet in Tokyo?

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    It is one of the best experiences you can have! Tokyo serves some of the best desserts in the world. It surely won’t be a waste of time if you visit one of the places below.

    Hilton Tokyo Hotel’s Marble Lounge

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    Marble Lounge at the Hilton Tokyo Hotel offers a sophisticated dining experience with luxurious dessert buffet. The hotel offers a 24-hour dining experience. Marble Lounge is located on the lobby floor of the hotel. Dessert buffet is open daily from 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
    Desserts are decorated so prettily that it is hard to resist not tasting all of them! Every season has a different theme but the most popular ones they serve are strawberry-based. The hotel daily uses up to 4,500 strawberries on weekdays and 12,000 on weekends! Most pastries are French made by expert chefs. There are many desserts to choose from: all-time-favorite macarons, shortcakes, roll cakes, fraisier cakes, ice creams, cheesecakes and so on. If you want to check out this place, let me inform you that you have to pay 4,200 yen per head. They’ll be giving you a complimentary coffee with it.

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    Fujiya

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    Fujiya was originally founded in Yokohama in 1910, however, it has already expanded into many areas and became a big chain. Tokyo has some of it’s branches too. The restaurant offers a deal of 60-minute all-you-can-eat deal for 1,490 yen. You can also have an unlimited cake deal but you have to follow some rules. You cannot just choose what you want for dessert, the choice is limited to the all-you-can-eat desserts which usually include 9 types of cakes.

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