Don’t miss out on these limited-edition lightning, dark, and grass-type yummies!

Ever since the opening of the Pokémon Cafe in Tokyo, customers have flocked in to be treated with tons of delicious goodies like crispy Umbreon Fried Chicken Burgers and legendary Pokémon-themed desserts.

With Halloween just a couple of months away, fans of the monster-catching franchise have even more cafe updates to look forward to. Starting from September 7 to October 31, the establishment will be implementing three new limited-edition food items into its lineup.

▼ First up is the Halloween Pikachu Plate (1,706 yen [US$16]).

A makeover of the popular Pikachu Plate sees everyone’s favorite lightning type donning a little witch hat. It comes with hamburg, spaghetti, pumpkin salad, and omelet rice. And if you wish to take that Halloween-themed plate back home with you, that’s an additional 1,188 yen.

▼ Load up on some healthy greens with the Ilex Forest Pesto Pasta (1,706 yen).

Celebi’s adorable visage can be seen nestled in a bowl of tasty pesto bow-tie farfalle, all surrounded by a forest of lush green salad and dotted with carrot slices shaped to resemble tiny pumpkins.

▼ Or satisfy your inner carnivore with Zorua’s Halloween Roast Beef Burger (1,706 yen).

Why not sink your teeth into succulent meat sandwiched between toasty black buns made to look like Generation V Zorua? Polish off the meal with some criss-cross fries and a bowl of minestrone for an energy-charged day.

Each drink order at the Pokémon Cafe also comes with a free coaster of random design, the updated roster of which can be found below.

▼ Find out what the mysterious sixth design is by heading down yourself!

▼ During the promotional period, each customer also receives
a free special Halloween-themed lunch mat.

This year’s lineup looks to be as exciting as ever for fans who wish to eat some of the iconic Pokémon creatures from the series. And just in case you were wondering, we had a ball of a time at the Pokémon Cafe during last year’s Halloween campaign, so we highly recommend checking it out if you happen to be in Tokyo between September 7 to October 31.

Source: Pokémon Cafe via PR Times
Images: PR Times

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