Nicolai Bergmann is a famous Danish floral artist in Tokyo, the flagship shop in Omotesando Aoyama also has a cafe area on the ground floor – Nomu Café. It is a Scandinavian-style cafe focused on natural and organic food, here, you can enjoy healthy food surrounded by beautiful flowers.
Address: 5-7-2 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0061 東京都港区南青山5-7-2 1F
We went for lunch and there were two kinds of lunch sets: salad or *smørrebrød (1600 JPY). Each set comes with a drink includes coffee or tea. Two of us had Roasted Pumpkin Salad set which comes with a slice of smorrerod as well. Smorrerod set comes with a side of half butterhead lettuce.
*Smørrebrød is usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread (rugbrød), a dense, dark brown bread. Pålæg (literally “on-lay”), the topping, then among others can refer to commercial or homemade cold cuts, pieces of meat or fish, cheese or spreads. This daily practice is the base of the famous Danish open sandwich, smørrebrød: a slice or two of pålæg is placed on the buttered bread, and then pyntet (decorated) with the right accompaniments, to create a tasty and visually appealing food item. (from Wikipedia)
We spent a lovely lunch in the sun, the food was healthy and delicious. While the portion is too tiny to fill up even a normal lady, in general not that worth-of-value, anyway we had the second lunch after that. But definitely a nice place to stop by if you are not feel like to eat too much…