Japanese Dessert Cafe Offers All-You-Can-Eat Cookies

Japan loves dessert cafes — cozy casual restaurants where you can sit and sip a cup of tea or coffee while nibbling on a delicate sweet treat. Some of these are offshoots of existing sweets brands, such as the Aunt Stella brand of cookies, which has cafes attached to a number of its specialty shops. Do you know what’s even better than relaxing with a cookie? Relaxing with all the cookies you can eat. Unlike other restaurants who offer all-you-can-eat plans, Aunt Stella’s is so reasonably priced that you don’t actually have to scarf down that many cookies to get your money’s worth. A whopping 60 minutes on the real-life wonderland of unlimited cookies will only set you back ¥980 ($6.60), which also includes your choice of coffee, tea, milk or orange juice. When you place your order, you’re given a basket to fill with cookies so you don’t have to keep getting up every time you want to try a new flavor. In addition to classics like chocolate chip and old-fashioned sugar, Aunt Stella also offers caramel custard, green tea, sakura cherry blossom and watermelon.