Cake and Peaceful Days at Cafe SOROR

Recently I’ve been on a hunt for small cafes with pretty desserts so it’s a good thing that there are so many hidden around the streets of Tokyo. Everything is designed with heart, from the interior to the beautifully plated desserts.

I went to SOROR, a cafe in Shin-Otsuka near Ikebukuro. It’s tiny, so sometimes people have to wait outside for a table (I waited). But since it was cold out the staff gave us blankets to keep us warm. So kindPlus the storefront is adorable. I want to sit out there!

Lunch plates are one of my favourite things about Japan. Cafe SOROR had the typical sets with soup and drinks, so I had their bibimbap with apple juice.

Their quiche plate was also good

We finished off with dessert and were completely satisfied with the aesthetic and taste of their homemade cakes. Everything was so pretty! There was also a vase of dried flowers conveniently placed on our table that became a prop for our pictures.

It’s the kind of place that I would go to even by myself—a cosy and unassuming space that lets you enjoy cake in peace.


3 Responses to “Cake and Peaceful Days at Cafe SOROR”

  1. 1 WanderingTravelr March 11, 2017 at 2:54 AM

    First pancakes and now this? You’re making me crave desserts! haha 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

  2. 2 Chelsea September 12, 2017 at 3:08 PM

    Your pictures have made me so excited to visit Japan in November! I was just wondering do you know is Soror have an English menu (my Japanese is average) and do you know if there cakes are available in the morning?
    Thankyou! 😊

    • 3 Cheryl September 16, 2017 at 8:35 AM

      Yay I’m excited for you too!! I don’t remember them having an English menu actually 😦 But I think they’d try their best to translate it for you, or show you pictures 🙂

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