Featured in the New York Times

iki Roastery & Eatery was featured in an article “36 Hours in Tokyo” published on April 6 in the New York Times, one of the world’s leading news media!

The article is as follows

The Sumida River roughly demarcates the eastern and western parts of Tokyo. The best place to cross it on foot is the Kiyosu Bashi, a robin’s-egg-blue suspension bridge that connects the Koto and Chuo wards. In a reminder that Tokyo has long been influenced by Western culture, this bridge, completed in 1928, was modeled after one over the Rhine River in Cologne, Germany. Continue the European mood at Iki Roastery & Eatery, a large cafe on the riverbank set in an open industrial space with vaulted wood ceilings. Try a simple brunch of salmon quiche (800 yen) and a chocolate croissant (380 yen) in the shape of a nautilus shell. Exit the restaurant and zag to the left to a flight of stairs that leads to a secret garden dedicated to Matsuo Basho, the most famous Japanese haiku master of the Edo era.

The quiche and chocolate croissant featured in this New York Times article are all popular. We hope you will visit and enjoy this hidden New Zealand style cafe in Tokyo!