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La Fée Délice

That's love at first sight.

Complimentary sakura meringue - yumm!

Good Old Hits!

The ladies who lunch.

Light of romance

Soup & Crêpe Provencale

La Fée Délice is close to the end of my beloved Harajuku Cat Street, right where it reaches the fanciness in pure state (aka Omotesando), conveniently hidden in a small corner, bit behind Bulgari. Since Enrique really likes crêpes, as much as Kana & Furu love French places, I thought about bringing them here. Perfect spot for a quick Sunday Lunch, to recover some energy to continue enjoying the Spring sunshine.

The atmosphere is warm, little overdecorated (as we like!) and painted in warm Spanish-flag colors, so we felt like home. English-translated menu (originally written in Japanese & French) plus some idiot gabachos to make it even more believable. Yet one another cute place to think of, when you get tired of all tourist-traps around Harajuku.

Shit on Takeshita Dori & enjoy the Jingumae backstreets. 

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