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Desserts: Cake, Japanese Sweets

Sweets&deli Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Sweets&Deli is a charming restaurant that specializes in delectable cakes, pastries, and chocolates. This hidden gem is nestled near Otemachi Station, making it easily accessible for both locals and tourists alike.

What sets Sweets&Deli apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to using only the finest ingredients in their creations. Each cake and pastry is meticulously crafted by skilled pastry chefs, resulting in desserts that are not only visually stunning but also bursting with flavor. From light and fluffy sponge cakes to rich and indulgent chocolate creations, there is something to satisfy every sweet tooth at Sweets&Deli.

The restaurant's interior is equally as delightful as its menu. With its cozy and inviting atmosphere, it's the perfect place to relax and indulge in a sweet treat. The decor is elegant and modern, with soft lighting and comfortable seating, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance.

One of the must-try items on the menu is their signature cake, a heavenly creation that combines layers of moist sponge cake with creamy fillings and a decadent frosting. Another standout is their selection of handmade chocolates, each one a work of art in itself. Whether you're looking for a special treat for yourself or a gift for someone special, Sweets&Deli has something to satisfy every craving.

In conclusion, Sweets&Deli is a haven for dessert lovers in Tokyo. With its exquisite cakes, pastries, and chocolates, as well as its charming ambiance, it's the perfect place to indulge in a sweet escape from the bustling city. So, if you find yourself in Tokyo, be sure to make a stop at Sweets&Deli and treat yourself to a truly unforgettable culinary experience.

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Sweets&deli Overview


1-chōme-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0005


+81 (0) 3-3211-5315


8 minute walk from Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit
2 minute walk from Otemachi Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Mon: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Tue: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Wed: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Thur: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Fri: 10:30AM-7:00PM
Sat: 10:30AM-7:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Wheelchair Accessible



Stylish Interior

Sweets&deli Reviews

Sweets&deli Google Average Rating



I love the bread that I bought today, especially the Bread with chestnut and blue cheese topping, it was just awesome


I visited to buy a can of petit fours sec (5000 yen) as a souvenir. They open at 10:30, but after reading reviews that people were lining up before that time, I went there a little before 10:00 and there wasn't anyone in line yet, but after about 10 minutes the line quickly got long. I think there were about 40 people in line when it opened. This can of Petit Fours Sec is limited to 80 cans, with a limit of two cans per person, and sales are on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The cans are cute and the colors are bright when you open the lid. It seemed that about 10 people could enter the store at a time, and when one person left, another person was allowed in.
The store has cakes, baked goods, bread, etc.
There were also breads that you wouldn't see anywhere else, and I bought kale focaccia for 600 yen, Noi Orange (orange peel, yuzu peel, walnut, hazelnut) for 700 yen, and cinnamon roll for 330 yen. All of them were delicious, but I especially liked the nois orange.
The location is right outside Otemachi Station C13, but it takes a surprising amount of walking inside the station to get to the exit. However, it is convenient because you can go to the store without having to go above ground.
This is take-out only.


I bought the rumored hajikko roll at the sweets shop on the first basement floor of the Palace Hotel.
I asked for a reserve reservation in the morning of the day and went to pick it up in the afternoon.

Hajikko Roll is a roll cake made using leftover materials from the premium shortcake manufacturing process.
part of the Palace Hotel's sustainable initiatives.

This hajikko roll is 870 yen per unit.
Considering that the premium shortcake is 1080 yen per piece, it is a great deal.

By the way, the size of the jikko roll is solid, and when cut, it's about 3 servings.
A lot of strawberries and fresh cream that melts in the fluffy dough! !
Not only did I not feel like I was jumping at all, but it looked cute and luxurious.

Once you taste this, you may not feel like getting your hands on anything else.

Speaking of the Palace Hotel, I used to get this corn bread a lot when I was a kid.
I can't eat that much, so I'll leave it to you this time♪

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