Yocco’s French Toast Cafe, a new place inside Trainichi (a cute little plaza in Jiyugaoka), opened last month (March 2013) with a concept of serving the best french toast in Japan. The place has a cute decor and it felt like it was going to be a promising experience.
We ordered the “French toast with poached egg and cheddar cheese” for 1400yen and the “Yocco’s Special French toast ~Scrambled Egg with Coquette Gratin of Seafood~” for 1400yen. Both came with maple syrup, red wine vinegar syrup, and pepper. We were so excited to try our plates but I have to say it was just OK. Our food sadly came served cold and the french toast wasn’t a stand out. Perhaps it’s because they are new so they may need a little more time to iron out the kinks. Their dessert french toasts looked good though so it might be worth a shot for dessert instead.
Address // Trainchi A101, 5-42-3, Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5483-4600
Website // http://www.lobros.co.jp/cafe2?shop=jiyugaoka
this looks amazing!
Just got back from Tokyo and Kyoto saw some beautiful blossom when in Kyoto so glad I made it ! Thank you for all our suggestions tried quite a few places on your blog so helpful !
Didn’t want to come home:(
So glad you had a wonderful trip and got to see the cherry blossoms! Curious to see which places you enjoyed ;)
We went to the trailer market in omotesando and had Brooklyn ribbon fries. We also had tai yaki at ebisu. My favourite meal was at brown rice cafe I had the most amazing miso soup with my meal. We went to zen Kashoin but in Kyoto a beautiful place with a tea room and gallery. I bought some of the sweets and the dorayaki were so soft. Also spent many an evening in sunshine cafe at the teramachi shopping arcade in Kyoto worth a visit if your ever there. Also went to a place called vegan healing in shibuya have you tried it. My husband had a sesame noodle soup had serious food envy though my tempeh burger was good to. Just wish I didn’t have to go home love Japan so much.