You Have to Visit UCC’s Espresso Specialty Branch in Japan
Espresso cocktails, anyone?
Largo Cafe & Bar Lounge presented by UCC
1/F Daiwa Roynet Hotel Yokohama-koen, 204-1, Yamashita-cho, Naka District, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Open from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends and holidays.
How to get there: It’s a 5-minute walk from Yokohama Municipal Subway Kannai Station or a 7-minute walk from JR Line Kannai Station
The Largo Cafe & Bar Lounge presented by UCC, which opened in Kannai last January 11, 2019, is the first concept shop to introduce the “Japan Espresso.” It was inspired by the idea of combining European espresso with the Japanese culture.
Enjoy the sunny day at the terrace seats!
The cafe serves four types of espresso such as the Authentic Roast (¥400) with berry-like sour flavor and the Terra Rossa (¥400) with spicy flavor. In addition to this, they also offer Cafe Latte (¥550), Coffee Made through a Siphoning Process (¥750), Cold Brew (¥600), and Espresso Cocktail (¥800~).
The Espresso Cocktail is made by brewing espresso beans, letting them cool down to negative two degrees Celsius, then placing them in special aluminum cans to maintain their quality and flavor.
Some of the cafe’s unique cocktails include the creamy Irish Coffee (¥900), made with the espresso and whiskey, and the Espresso Martini (¥850). If you’re having trouble choosing what to order, we highly recommend the Ice Brewed Coffee (¥650) with creamy foam and the Espresso Tonic (¥600).
The cafe serves a variety of drinks that make use of espresso.
The Café Latte (¥550) is brewed from high-quality coffee beans.
The Cascroute Caesar Salad (¥650) is filled with plenty of vegetables seasoned in olive oil and parmesan cheese.
The Barquette Crème Diplomat (¥480) has a homemade custard cream inside its dough.
Customers can also order their food online using their smartphones.
Cascroute Caesar Salad (¥650), Honey Milk Bowl Infusion (¥750), Barquette Crème Diplomat (¥480), and Cafe Latte (¥550)
Inside the cafe, there are bar seats that allow customers and staff members to interact with each other. There are also couches, benches, and an outdoor wooden deck to relax at depending on your mood.
Bench seat-in tiers are also available at the cafe.
The cafe’s interior is very spacious.
Provided by Yokohama Walker™, Japan Walker™, and Walkerplus™ (22 March 2019)