Big boi Pikachu, floofy Eevee, and more coming to Pokémon Café menu | Nintendo Wire

The Pokémon Café in Tokyo is bringing some Sword & Shield friends to its menu starting this March, and they’re a reminder that Japan can’t be beat when it comes to presentation you can eat. This time around, G-Max Pikachu and Eevee are headlining, with some tasty backup to round out the new menu.

The G-Max Pikachu Taco Rice brings the biggest boi to the table, rendered in yellow rice laid over a salsa mix that aims to invoke tacos. That includes the crispy tortilla tail, complete with the trademark G-Max clouds.

Not to be outdone, the G-Max Eevee Hamburger Stew Plate aims for a more savory meal, though not without a sweet smile. All that floof is brought right to you, and promises to be one of the bigger, heartier meals on the menu.

Yamper’s here too, with a Picnic Sandwich Plate that looks to capture the feel of an afternoon out in the park (or maybe the Wild Area). Try not to feel guilty when you bite into that grin, but enjoy the variety of sides to capture a basket full of variety.

If desserts are more your thing, you won’t be disappointed by the last two additions. Galarian Zigzagoon is here with a Crunchy Cookie Tiramisu plate that’s ready to jump right off the plate. For my money, this is the cutest thing on the menu by far, and would easily be my order of choice.

Last but not least though, we’ve got Ice Face Eiscue’s Shivering Panna Cotta for a creamier delight. Try and eat just the corners first to leave the Noice Face version for the very end!

All of these will be served up along with random coasters featuring Grookey, Scorbunny, Sobble, G-Max Pikachu, G-Max Eevee, and a special mystery pull. Likewise, there’ll be placemats for the starters and their evolutions, Yamper and Boltund, Galarian Ponyta and Rapidash, and both versions of Morpeko. No one’ll be leaving hangry from the Pokémon Café when these all arrive starting March 20th — and they’ll run ’til May 29th.

 

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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.

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