Nobody ever believes me when I tell them there are a chain of Cafe Du Mondes in Japan and they sell stuff like hot dogs with scrambled eggs on them and beignets with fruity sauces…

So here it is… CafeDumonde.jp

And here’s that hot dog with egg on it…

9 Responses to “The Japanese Cafe Du Monde is Real”
  1. alli says:

    Yes! I saw one in Tokyo five years ago, but didn’t stop in to check out the menu. That hot dog looks, uh, interesting.

  2. alli says:

    Oh my god, translate the pages into English. It’s priceless. “What’s chicory? Secret of the taste of coffee, “chicory” I’ll tell you about.” “Continued commitment to cafe au lait and beignet, pretending to return 140 years of history.”

  3. Varg says:

    “pretending to return 140 years of history” sounds like an attempt at shabby chic. reminds me of when San Diego decided they wanted something like the French Quarter so they created this thing called the Gaslamp Quarter. Even though there were no gaslamps in it’s history.

    I would totally eat that hot dog if even the least bit buzzed.

  4. Ryan Waldron says:

    The Japanese CDM has a better webpage than the one here.

  5. jeffrey says:

    Oh but the “Bacon-cheese pie” You know want one. I want one right now. I may go down to the parent location in the Quarter with a picture of it and demand that they prepare one on the spot.

  6. rickacrossdariver says:

    books-san.

    luck good to you.

    i doubt pork delicious will cross decatur palette.

    three bows to you.

    gentilly-san

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  8. Varg says:

    There’s always a chance pork delicious will cross decatur palette.

  9. rickacrossdariver says:

    you a trip dawg : )

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