“Slime Ebimayoman” will be sold at “LUIDA’S BAR” in Roppongi

28.January.2018 | FOOD

“Slime Ebimayoman” which was presold at the venue of “2017 Dragon Quest Summer Festival” will be sold at LUIDA’S BAR in Roppongi!

 

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Also, “8 Shunen Tokusei Dessert (8th year anniversary dessert)” will be offered (one order per one group) from the 28th of January 2018 (Sun.) to the 30th of January (Tue.).

The commemorative desserts include Slime’s dessert with illustrations or letters depicted with mélange and Slime’s mini chocolate bun. Yocchi Zoku made with mélange is also available!

※One order per group per day

 

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In addition, “Slime Creaner” will be offered (one order per person) for those of who visit the venue on the 28th of January 2018 (Sun.).

※Variations of the product cannot be chosen

※One order per group per day

 

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※The coupon can be used from the 1st of February 2018 (Thurs.) to the 30th of April 2018 (Mon.)

※Please note that the quantity of the product is limited.

It is recommended that you make reservations before you visit the venue since the venue might become crowded. Reservations can be made via PC, smartphone and TEL.

Let’s enjoy Dragon Quest menu items at “LUIDA’S BAR” in Roppongi.

 

■Information
LUIDA’S BAR

Address: 5-16-3, Roppongi, Minatoku, Tokyo

Business hours: OPEN 14:00 to CLOSE 22:15 (Saturday, Sunday, holidays 12:00~
TEL:0120-759-756
URL:http://www.paselaresorts.com/collaboration/luidas_bar/index.html

 

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    “Fermented Foods” is the theme of the event, which will see an incredible line-up of premium dishes. There will also be a talk by Sarabeth Levine herself who will be in attendance.

    The menu line-up features a range of healthy fermented foods, like pancakes and Eggs Benedict, while drinks options include lemonade with fermented syrup, goishicha tea from Aichi Prefecture, and more. There will also be Sarabeth cookies which you can take home with you.

  • ROPPONGI HILLS HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2019: Monster Desserts, Horror Film Parade & More

    25.September.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    Roppongi Hills has announced this year’s Halloween festival. Titled “ROPPONGI HILLS HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2019,” it will take place from October 1 to 31, packed full of spooky fun from a Halloween costume parade to a ghoulish gourmet menu line-up, featuring an always-unique array of food and drink.

    Halloween Cupcakes – ¥638 Each @ LOLA’S Cupcakes Tokyo (Available from October 5)

    LOLA’S Cupcakes has baked up an assortment of cute monster motif cupcakes, with flavours including pumpkin, purple sweet potato and more. Whichever one you pick, it’s sure to give you a smile and delight your taste buds.

    Halloween Mixed Berry Cake – ¥530 @ Roasted coffee laboratory

    Creepy eyeballs adorn this cake, which is topped with blackberries and blueberries while drizzled in bloody blackcurrant jam. The cake is layered with sponge, fresh cream and a sweet and sour strawberry jelly.

    Happy Monster – ¥980 @ Cafe Crepe

    Delight in this cute pumpkin and fresh cream crepe, filled with pumpkin ice cream and snug in an orange crepe wrap. Housed inside is an adorable purple sweet potato mont blanc monster wearing a witch’s hat.

    A movie-themed parade will take place on Saturday October 26 at the event in line with the 2019 Tokyo International Film Festival. Children and adults can take part in the parade if they dress up. The 1km parade will last 25 minutes.

    Gift bags will be given to all kids who get involved!

     

    ▼Halloween Parade

    Date: October 26, 2019

    Time: 10:30-13:30 (subject to change)

    Location: Roppongi Hills Arena

    Participation Conditions: Anybody who dressed up can join (the theme is “Movies”)

    Participation: Free

    Enquiries: 03-6406-6000 (Roppongi Hills Information)

     

     

    Halloween will hit Roppongi Hills for the entire month of October. Be sure to visit if you’re in Japan next month!

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