Food & Drink

Papparayray

Located one block over from Keyaki-dori, the exterior of this café and bakery resembles that of a traditional Japanese house. The interior has been beautifully renovated with airy high ceilings, concrete walls and floors that contrast marvelously with wooden beams, pillars and handmade wooden furniture. Large windows looking out onto the beautiful garden are also a nice touch. In August, they are only open in the evenings, serving a set meal of hors d’oeuvres, soup, bread, main course, dessert and drink (¥3,500, reservation required). During the rest of the year, they also have a popular lunch menu, which includes homemade bread and lots of fresh vegetables. The owner is careful to select only the best ingredients, and is particularly selective about the coffee that he serves. If you choose coffee to accompany your dinner, you will be served their “Summer Blend”, which is made from a mixture of Ethiopian, Brazilian and Rwandan beans. With a citrus aftertaste, it is perfect for warm summer nights. Packaged coffee beans are also on sale and make great presents for a coffee-loving friend… or for yourself!

Menu
Cake set ¥750
Coffee (Ethiopian, Brazilian, Rwandan, Guatemalan or Mandheling) ¥450
Café au lait ¥550
Iced coffee ¥500
Beer (small bottle) ¥500

Papparayray

Address: 2-2-22 Akasaka, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Tel: 092-406-9361
Opening Hours: 11:30 ~ 20:00
Closed: Tue., 1st Mon.

Originally published in Fukuoka Now magazine (fn152 Aug. 2011)

 

Category
Cafe
Fukuoka City
Tenjin
Published: Aug 1, 2011 / Last Updated: Jul 5, 2017

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