Halloween Disco Buffet to be Held at Hilton Tokyo Bay to Hold

06.August.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

Hilton Tokyo Bay has announced an autumn dessert buffet to be held in its lounge O from September 8. The theme is “Halloween Disco.”

The hotel has been holding themed dessert buffets since July 2015 which has bought in a total of over 80,000 people. They have been especially popular with Japanese women and housewives who can’t resist involuntarily snapping photos of the eye catching line-ups.

Hilton Tokyo Bay celebrate its 30th anniversary on July 2, 2018. Its new buffet is a mix of Halloween and 80s disco. They aim to offer a dessert buffet experience you won’t find anywhere else.

 

Decorating the buffet table is a disco ball overhead and below it, two ghost DJs, one spinning the 90cm wide record and the other holding fans in both hands. There’s also a colourful LED panel inspired by the disco floor which lights up in reds, greens, yellows and blues.

 

Eyeball Disco Dance Jelly

 

Dead Zombie Cupcakes

 

There are around 20 different Halloween themed desserts and 15 light foods to pick from in this delicious buffet. Enjoy a disco dance jelly with one of three coloured eyeballs floating atop it, or munch into a zombie cupcake that comes with bloody red raspberry sauce and a record hat decoration.

 

Head to the Hilton this Halloween before trick-or-treating for an early dessert starter course.

 

■Information

Halloween Disco
Location: lounge O, Hilton Tokyo Bay Lobby Floor

Running: September 8, 2018 – October 31, 2018 (Open Weekends, Holidays and Wednesday October 31 only)

 

Opening Hours:
Weekends & Holidays – 1:30pm-3:30pm / 4:00pm-6:00pm (2 slots 2 hours each)

Wednesday October 31 – 1:30pm-3:30pm (1 slot 3 hours)

*Enjoy up to 3 hours with kids on Halloween day!

 

Price: General ¥3,100 / Children (Ages 4-12) ¥1,750

*Drink bar available

*Price includes separate service charge and tax.

 

Bookings: 047-355-5000

Webpage: https://www.hiltontokyobay.jp/plans/restaurants/5126

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