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Dominique Ansel/
Harajuku: Bakery
3486-1329
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The popular New
York-based bakery
Dominique Ansel is
best known as the
inventor of the
cronut, the
croissant-doughtnut
combination that
took New York by
storm when it was
first introduced. In
addition to cronuts,
which sell briskly
until they're all
gone, pastry dare-
devils can try fro-
zen s'mores, mini-
ature meringues,
tiny cheesecakes,
and "cookie shots" -
warm, moist
chocolate-chip cook-
ies baked in the
shape of a shot-
glass and filled
with vanilla-infused
milk.

Upstairs, the
second-floor "Petit
Park" cafe (open
from 9am) offers a
wider menu, includ-
ing excellent lob-
ster rolls (Y1800) -
small sandwiches
made with fresh
lobster tail meat
served on lightly
toasted butter-
soaked buns. There's
also a "molten ome-
lette souffle,"
homemade caesar
salad, and brunch-
style toasted-sand-
wich variations with
evocative names like
SoHo, Nolita and
Brooklyn.
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Nearest restau-
rants

Nearest cafes/
bars


Shibuya-ku, Jingu-
mae 5-7-14. Open
8am-7pm daily.
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