"Kobeya" has cafes and restaurants nationwide, centered on bakeries. It is also familiar as a bread brand in bags at supermarkets and convenience stores.
Did you know that Kobeya offers "all-you-can-eat bread" at some eat-in stores? The landmark is the store name "Sundog in Kobeya". In Tokyo, we have three stores, Yaesu store, Bakuro Yokoyama store, and Kasumigaseki Iino Building store, as well as one store each in Kanagawa, Kyoto, and Osaka. * At the time of writing the article
All-you-can-eat bread at KobeyaThe Yaesu store in the basement of Tokyo Station tends to be crowded, so this time I went to the Kasumigaseki Iino Building store. The nearest stations are Toranomon, Kasumigaseki, Uchisaiwaicho, etc. About 12 minutes walk from Shimbashi.
Lunch time at the store is from 11:00 to 14:00. For 1,100 yen including tax (550 yen for elementary school students and younger), you can enjoy a bread buffet with soup and drinks to choose from.
After securing a seat at the beginning, order lunch at the bakery corner and check out. You will receive a tray with soup, drinks and bread plates.
All-you-can-eat bread in the buffet corner! 22 kinds of bread are lined up on this day. We have a wide variety of sandwiches and side dishes such as cutlet sandwiches, egg sandwiches, roast beef open sandwiches, wiener rolls, and curry bread. Unusual for all-you-can-eat!
The best choice is cutlet sandwich. You can enjoy the harmony of cutlet and bread soaked in crispy batter with sweet and sour sauce. It's one-size-fits-all, so you don't have to worry about calories.
Wiener pie is also recommended. The slightly sweet crispy pie and the juicy and rich umami of the wiener go well together.
Roast beef open sandwich has a luxurious taste with wasabi tartar. The bread is thin so you can eat many!
Sweets such as apple pie, whipped cornet, melon bread, bean bread, and bread au chocolat are also available. All of them are cut to one size, so you can make a gorgeous dessert plate.
The best choice is apple pie. There are no jams or sauces, only apples, and you can enjoy the crispy texture and the sweet and sour taste of the fruits.
We also have a lineup of penne, bread gratin, chicken thighs and broccoli sauce, potatoes, and lettuce. You can change your mood by eating between breads. I thought it was just bread, so I was happy with the miscalculation.
If I'm dissatisfied with it, I think there is no butter or jam for bread. Personally, I don't like the fluffy bread when I eat bread.
All-you-can-eat Kobeya bread is recommended for people who want to enjoy various types of lively bread such as sandwiches, side dish bread, and sweet bread, rather than simply tasting the dough. We also have a lineup of items such as cutlet sandwiches and apple pies that are expensive and a little hesitant at the bakery department, which is a great deal. * All-you-can-eat lineup and prices may vary slightly depending on the store and day.