The first floor not only offers a dining space, but also sells exclusive merchandise like cookies (Snoopy’s favorite snack),
Baking supplies, tissues, and more!
Once you’re seated, you’ll notice all the Peanuts memorabilia all around you as you’re offered the menu.
Their menu is all in Japanese, so make sure you have the Google Translate app if you don’t speak the language (it translates in real time) or decide what to order in advance via their website.
As you decide on what to order, the waitress will set the table for you.
Peanuts Cafe tissue (with a comic strip inside), coaster, and plate (which I bought).
Of course, the Peanuts Cafe isn’t all about the aesthetics; it has great food, too!
Shrimp and avocado salad (¥1,260/Php567);
Meatballs with tomato sauce (¥1,260/ Php567);
The “Beagle Scout” s’mores plate (¥1,680/ Php756)!
The food and drinks taste delicious while retaining their freshness and having a “healthy” feel to it. The Peanuts theme is placed subtly on their menu items, which comes off as elegant and not too overwhelming.
With the classy feel of the restaurant and many photo opportunities, it’s impossible not to fall in love with it. It’s the perfect place to go to for a date or for an afternoon to catch up with friends and family.
2-16-7 Aobadai, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
03-6452-5882 (Japanese only)