, 2022-09-09 06:07:33,
‘Tis the season to eat lots of spooky treats!
Now that we’re in September, the countdown to Halloween has begun. It also means the arrival of Ikea Japan’s annual Halloween Fair, where a variety of spooky yet delicious looking items go on sale in stores around Tokyo.
This year sees the return of some favourites from previous years, with a couple of new items to get shoppers in the mood for the spooky season. Let’s take a look at what’s on offer at Ikea’s restaurant!
One of the new items on the menu is the Halloween Pancake (700 yen [US$4.86]). The pancake comes with some chocolate sauce drizzled in the shape of a spider’s web, and on top of the pancake is plenty of whipped cream and berries, presumably representing blood that has come out of the finger shaped cookie on top of the pancake. Spooky!
Ikea Japan’s classic Halloween Donuts (220 yen) are back again this year, with white chocolate eyeballs in the middle. More favourites returning include the Bat in a Glass Cake (350 yen) — a chocolate brownie and whipped cream with berry sauce, with a bat cookie on the top — and a slice of Pumpkin Pie (390 yen). There’s also the Black Chiffon Cake (250 yen), which gets its colouring as it’s made with bamboo charcoal.
IKEA’s bistro area also has some spooky offerings, like this jet-black ice cream. Just from looking at it, it’s hard to ascertain what flavour it is, but as it’s called the Black Strawberry Soft Serve (150 yen), we can only assume…
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