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While the permanent residence of the Kirby Café in Tokyo is still a season away, the current location in Hakata will be serving up delicious times and precious memories in its stead. Open since earlier this summer, the Hakata Kirby Café has just updated its menu with new Dream Land delights to complement some of the more familiar dishes.

Among them are a return of the Whispy Woods curry plate, served inside a ceramic take of the tree himself, with ingredients more befitting the area and the thrill of making the Ultimate Choice when it comes to your spiciness. This one’ll come with a ceramic Kirby or Waddle Dee, delivered at random as a present.

Of course, no one’s hungrier than Kirby, and to keep that fact clear, one of the dishes has him beating you to your own food! This tonkotsu ramen dog puts familiar ingredients inside a soft bread roll, giving a different take on a Japanese favorite.

He’s not always eating your food though, as sometimes he’s serving it up with a tip of his chef’s hat. Tasted straight from a Kirby inspired mug, this beef stew is sure to be a hearty meal that’ll warm your heart and your stomach. If you need something a little more fresh and festive though, you can check out the Full Recovery plate, blending themes of the Maxim Tomato and Invincible Candy into one meal – and you can take home a small plate for yourself as well!


Making the full transition from stealing food and serving food, Kirby now is food in this special dessert plate. Buried in the clouds on a search for… something, Kirby’s taken the form of a strawberry cheesecake served with cream and sure to put a smile on your face.

If you just want a cool drink instead, two new offerings inspired by places Kirby has visited will also be added to the menu. Both Orange Woodland and Grape Garden are going for a refreshing vibe, one with zest and spice, and the other with a more herbal feel. Ordering either of these will let you take home the jar it’s served in, as well as a coaster to commemorate your visit!


That’s it for the updated menu, arriving at the Hakata Kirby Café starting November 14th. Be sure to have a look at the existing menu as well, and look forward to what’s to come in the cafe’s future.


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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.