At Sweets & Deli, Palace Hotel Tokyo’s very own cake and pastry shop, the chocolates are homemade and the breads freshly baked. Indeed, many of the sweets, breads and pastries found in the hotel’s various restaurants and lounges can be found here.
It also offers a wide selection of homemade delicacies beautifully packaged to deliver as a gift or bring home as an edible memento of your stay.
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*All prices are inclusive of consumption tax.
In an effort to help conserve natural resources, cutlery will only be available at charge.
Forks, knives, spoons | JPY 20 each (inclusive of tax)
As temperatures rise, a certain type of sweets increases in fragrance. Its name, Gerberoy, comes from a French village said to be home to the most beautiful roses in the world. Combined with edible rose petals and chocolate, the elegant fragrance creates an effect that honors the chef who makes extra effort to source the ingredients.
Gerberoy | JPY 810
Named for the eponymous French village, said to be home to the most beautiful roses in the world. The combination of rose petals and raspberries brings out a flowery fragrance.
Mille-feuille | JPY 850
Light and crispy pie crusts are layered with smooth custard cream.
Agrumes | JPY 810
A Kiyomi orange tart decorated with orange-flavored chocolate cream and meringue.
Orange Yogurt Pastry | JPY 500
Yogurt cream and fresh oranges adorn this crunchy Danish pastry.
Vegetable Focaccia | JPY 500
An olive oil-scented focaccia topped with a variety of vegetables and bacon, with an green mustard aioli sauce for accent.
Croque Monsieur Whitebait & Sakura Shrimp | JPY 540
Croque Monsieur in Japanese style with Béchamel sauce, sakura shrimp and cabbage, finished off with a sprinkle of whitebait, cheese and chopped scallions.
Pain de Mie Premier with Matcha & Sweet Beans | JPY 1,500
Available March 15 (Tue.) through May 31 (Tue.), 2022
Rare wheat flour and large sweetened azuki beans from Hokkaido, matcha tea leaves grown in Shizuoka with special farming methods.
The carefully selected ingredients create a rich flavor.
Invented by famed chef Auguste Escoffier, the traditional French Peach Melba is reinterpreted this summer at Palace Hotel Tokyo.
A layer of lush raspberry purée is topped with almond blanc-manger and peach gelée, studded with fresh fruit. Served in an elegant curved glass, it evokes an aura of refreshing pleasure at first sight.
Pêche Melba | JPY 810
A reinterpretation of the traditional French dessert by Palace Hotel Tokyo, with layers of raspberry purée, almond blanc-manger, peach gelée and fresh peach.
Tropique | JPY 810
A fresh summery verrine with apricot, mandarin orange, and tangy cream.
Tarte à la Banane | JPY 1,850
Banana and coconut are baked in this pastry of a combination of custard cream and whipped cream.
Passion Coco | JPY 850
A smooth mousse cake with passion fruit and other tropical fruits.
Seigle Tropique | JPY 500
A rye bread with tropical fruits marinated in coconut liqueur.
Tartine aux Légumes | JPY 600
Colorful summer vegetables are grilled and laid atop a slice of pain de campagne with chili meat sauce, accented with garam masala.
Special Peach Danish Pastry | JPY 870
Yogurt cream and herbs bring out the juicy sweet flavor of 2 kinds of peaches on this crispy Danish pastry.
Marron Chantilly | JPY 900
* Available year-round.
Beloved throughout the years, Marron Chantilly has been Palace Hotel’s signature cake for over half a century, made with the simple combination of chestnut and whipped cream.
The chestnuts are coarsely grained and then molded lightly, giving a variety in the texture along with a light and crumbly mouthfeel.
Chiyo Choco ～2022 edition～ | JPY 3,780
Available January 1 (Sat.) through December 31 (Sat.), 2022
Palace Hotel Tokyo is delighted to introduce a new take on its signature chiyo choco designed in collaboration with Japanese illustrator Takashi Kawakami.
In commemoration of the hotel celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the exclusively designed 2022 limited edition depicts a journey from various countries to Japan and the following sojourn at Palace Hotel Tokyo in 6 images.
Featuring a variety of flavors ranging from 32% to 70% cacao, the 2mm-thin chocolates are all stylishly packaged in a chic album-style presentation.
*Subject to availability.