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2-4-5 Ginza, Tokyo, , Japan

The Japanese fascination with patisseries is best expressed in the fruit tarts from Qu’il Fait Bon. These are works of art that must be admired before being cut into. The selection of tarts changes seasonally, but might include apple with almond cream, persimmon and chocolate, mixed berries and vanilla cream, or the less traditional sweet potato and custard. The only disappointment is the wait for a seat at the brightly lit French-country-style café. But patience has its sweet rewards. The city has three locations: full-service cafés in Ginza and Daikanyama and a takeout-only shop in Aoyama.

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Qu’il Fait Bon

The Japanese fascination with patisseries is best expressed in the fruit tarts from Qu’il Fait Bon. These are works of art that must be admired before being cut into. The selection of tarts changes seasonally, but might include apple with almond cream, persimmon and chocolate, mixed berries and vanilla cream, or the less traditional sweet potato and custard. The only disappointment is the wait for a seat at the brightly lit French-country-style café. But patience has its sweet rewards. The city has three locations: full-service cafés in Ginza and Daikanyama and a takeout-only shop in Aoyama.