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Cake and Coffee Shop Bonbon
Located at a 5 minutes' walk from Takaoka station on Nagoya Municipal Subway Sakuradori line, Cake and Coffee Shop Bonbon is a long-standing coffee shop established in 1949. Both the appearance of the building and interior of the shop maintains the image of the old days. It has a nostalgic atmosphere with retro leather sofas and dim chandelier light. “Bonbon” started its business as a confectionery to make and sell cakes. Still today, customers can enjoy some delicious cakes as well as drinks in the shop.
- 2-1-22 Izumi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
- Contact No.
- 5 minutes' walk from Takaoka Station on Nagoya Municipal Subway Sakuradori line.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 8:00-22:00 （Sunday, National holiday, Monday -21:00）
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average budget （per person）: -999 yenMenu: An Toast 360 yen, Pudding 280 yen, Blend Coffee 320 yen
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Wide Selection of Delicious Cakes for Reasonable Prices
The shop space adjacent to the coffee shop has wide selection of beautiful cakes! They have more than 30 kinds all the time including sponge cake, Mont Blanc, cheese cake and gateaux chocolate. You can take them away or eat at the coffee shop. The prices are very reasonable and the cheapest one is only 210 yen!
Delicious Cake that Matches the Best for Coffee
The most recommended cake, “Bonbon Nama-Roll” （250 yen） is the fluffy Swiss roll with sweet chestnut cream and fresh cream rolled inside and covered with puff shells and almond slices. It matches the best with the freshly brewed, rich flavored coffee.
Breakfast and Lunch Menu
”Bonbon” is also well known for its food menu like sandwiches as well as its cakes. The most recommended is “An toast” （360 yen）. It is the crispy toast topped with red bean jam, the menu added some original arrange to “Ogura toast”, the specialty in Nagoya. It tastes great with some coffee.