But don't go hungry. I highly recommend trying a variety of drinks (the Lakshmi tea and the Tamamizu soda were gorgeous!) Your concern for your time slot being fully booked up is incredibly unlikely unless you are only free at weekends when the cafe is busy. I would only recommend die hard fans spend their money here. Archived. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. Knowing katakana can get you through most menu items. The natives don’t seem particularly interested in the rather long speech. I was also lucky enough to win 3rd prize on cactpot and got a cute badge this time. 2. The food itself is an additional expense. Hi! Once you’ve sat down, the worst is behind you. decorated in a Gridania style and the Moogles are cute! Though it was pleasant enough, I think it could have had more for the fans at least. :( They had some kind of lottery based on where you were seated, and you received a ticket when you arrived. None of which play Final Fantasy XIV or any Final Fantasy at all. Booking costs ¥1000 per persons whereas turning up on the day is free, but you won’t get a choice of coasters. The cactpot draw that is done at the start is a good touch. Google translate was a godsend. The food itself is an additional expense. But I finally won something on the Eorzea Cafe's cactpot! It’s a very busy place that only seats a small number of people. The menu had a pretty good value. I will say that their honey toast is the best I’ve tasted! save. Comment 07 Jan 19:03 /u/SE_Okieeomi on Reddit - Thread - Direct. The menu can be provided in a badly spelled English, but the servers and announcer can't speak a lick of it. The cactpot draw that is done at the start is a good touch. As someone who doesn’t drink anything but water, even I like it. Siren (Aether) 2 MANA. Booking costs ¥1000 per persons whereas turning up on the day is free, but you won’t get a choice of coasters. The Akihibara cafe also had a small shop in the front, though. First of all, you have to book in advance so you’ll need to get a ticket from a Lawsons or something (shout out to the guy at Akihabara Lawsons...near Mandarake who took time out of his day to figure out the machine for us). All ordering is done by tablet, don’t make the mistake we did and order it all at once.. you can add to it as you go along. Japan takes themed bars, cafes and restaurants pretty seriously, and game company Square Enix is not new to the themed venue playing field. First of all, you have to book in advance so you’ll need to get a ticket from a Lawsons or something (shout out to the guy at Akihabara Lawsons...near Mandarake who took time out of his day to figure out the machine for us). I see it’s been too long since you asked this question, but just in case anyone else needs this question answered: Then you get there, and if you’re not Japanese you’re on your own. I see it’s been too long since you asked this question, but just in case anyone else needs this question answered: Staff change so seems unfair to judge on one experience. Then you get there, and if you’re not Japanese you’re on your own. Otherwise, follow the cafe on Twitter where they give frequent updates on availability and turn up on the day to snap up their free slots. Siren (Aether) 2 MANA. None of which play Final Fantasy XIV or any Final Fantasy at all. Otherwise just visit around Akihabara and you will have a better gaming and anime experience than this cafe. The cactpot lucky draw was a nice touch. I think my review is a fair assessment based on the atmosphere, food, price, and...service. iPad system is easy even for people who don’t speak Japanese because there are clear pictures in the menu. Target Practice Their speech is almost definitely covered in our English guide as the natives are not given their own version. Prize draw is also exclusively Japanese but if nobody yells out they’ve won, they revert to saying the number in English for the gaijins. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Its about $8-10 on average per plate. Once inside the decor was fun, but everything was in japanese so quite difficult to navigate. 1 The Syndicate. It’s best to order the tickets while you are in Japan where you have access to Lawson stores. The natives don’t seem particularly interested in the rather long speech. But you wouldnt miss out at all if you know none, the tickets are allocated by seat so when they draw the numbers they know where you are and come to you. And my concern is that once i get to japan i might be too late to purchase the tickets for the dates I want. With that you get one free drink, some choices are even alcohol. "Eorzea Cafe in…” I would only recommend die hard fans spend their money here. We went in early to reserve an afternoon spot as you need to book. My niece enjoyed trying all the different drinks and how cute many of the dishes were. Knowing katakana can get you through most menu items. Katakana and hiragana is enough otherwise. My friend even won a badge. 4-5 dishes between the two of us. Are you sure you want to delete this question? Eorzea Cafe (Final Fantasy Collaborated With Pasela), Chiyoda: See 68 unbiased reviews of Eorzea Cafe (Final Fantasy Collaborated With Pasela), rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #283 of 7,941 restaurants in Chiyoda. But I finally won something on the Eorzea Cafe's cactpot! Knowing katakana can get you through most menu items. While originally designed to fit the theme, the actual food was not anything special. It leaves for a very left out of it experience. Cactuar (Aether) Free Company Standings. But you wouldnt miss out at all if you know none, the tickets are allocated by seat so when they draw the numbers they know where you are and come to you. It’s a large dish so you can share it out! I’ve only ever won first prize, which is a Golden Saucer themed Honey Toast. Category 1 ... cafe de chocolat (Shinryu) has been formed.-Raimu Rappy. Very cleverly done. Theme Cafe #7 of the trip, the Osaka branch of Ikegaku BL Cafe! This tablet is entirely in Japanese - you will need to refer to the guide they’ve given you to navigate it if you can’t read Japanese. There appeared to be some sort of raffle at the beginning where they gave away a laminated placemat. My niece enjoyed trying all the different drinks and how cute many of the dishes were. I know a bit of Japanese but I always find the reception an ordeal to communicate - they don’t understand my accent in Japanese and I don’t understand their accent in English. You have a choice to eat on the day or cash in another time.

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