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Hilton Tokyo offers 'Happy Honey-holic' summer dessert buffet

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Hilton Tokyo’s latest dessert buffet wonderland “Happy Honey-holic” is being served all summer in the first-floor Marble Lounge. The entrance is marked by the sunflower frame with a yellow carpet that leads you into a happy wonderland. The array of desserts is mainly made with honey, lemon & cheese-a perfect combination for summer.

Having brought about several great stories through “Alice in Wonderland,” “Marie Antoinette” and “Cinderella,” the pioneer in hotel dessert buffet goes back to the basics with a focus on ingredients. Relating to ladies of all age groups, scenes of wedding showers, birthday parties and baby showers are depicted in the buffet area. Simply because summer is party time.

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Flower Shower

Perfect for a wedding, “Flower Shower” is a lemon-flavored sponge cake paired with earl grey cream and lemon confit. Lemon slices and yellow-coloured chocolate slices mimics the image of a flower bouquet and the white wedding dress.

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Sunflower Girls

For the young & bold, “Sunflower Girls” is a cake that resembles the sunflower with mango & yuzu flavored cream set on a tart base.

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Honeycomb

With elements of honey & bee, “Honeycomb” is a seemingly sweet dessert that actually balances the sweet taste of honey with using light cream on a crunchy pastry base.

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Double Cheesecake

For cheese lovers, do not miss out on the cheese items such as “Double Cheesecake”, “Melting Cheese Tart” and “Basque-style Cheesecake”.

"Happy Honey-holic” is available daily from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. costs 3,800 yen per person on weekdays and 3,950 yen per person on weekends.

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Venue: Marble Lounge, Hilton Tokyo 1F P

Time: 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily until Sept 4.

Price: 3,800 yen per person on weekdays; 3,950 yen per person on weekends & holidays

*Service charge & tax applies

For reservations, click here.

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