Wednesday, May 7, 2014


 A few weekends ago, some friends and I decided to check out a cute new-ish place in the Lower East Side called Hi-Collar: a Japanese cafe that serves yummy breakfast/brunch and lunch foods, but then turns into a bar at night:

Seating is at the bar only - no tables (there's no space)

We ordered the siphon coffee which is prepared in a way that looks more like a science project:

I chose the Tokyo blend, which was light and delicious

Plenty of cream and sugar please :)

As for the delicious menu:

We started off with the Japanese Hot Cakes: the Japanese version of pancakes - each of which was almost an inch thick. So soft and fluffy!

Pork Katsu Sandwich:

Omurice (omelet with tomato sauce over pork/bacon fried rice)

Daily pasta:

As for the dessert, we had two versions of the sponge cake:


and Matcha (green tea):

as well as a chocolate banana cake:

Sooooo yummy that we need to go back and try the rest of the menu!

Overall rating: 8.5/10

214 E 10th St
New York, NY 10003

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