Address: 仙台市青葉区上杉3丁目 1-10. Located about a 10-minute walk from either the Kotodai-koen or Kita-Yobanchō Subway Stations, somewhat near the NHK Building.
Secondly, this is a bit of a difficult coffee shop to find, as their is no clearly visible signage indicating that a muffin shop is at that address. Oops, did I forget to mention that you can savor their rich, deep coffee along with their savory snacks on the premises?
Oh, the price: muffins are 290 yen.
Here is the website for their menu:Lastly, I strongly advise you to peruse their menu online and then call to reserve your muffins for the day, otherwise, you’ll most likely be out of luck.
|Doesn't exactly look like a muffin shop, does it?|
Here are a few of the muffins either I, or my friends, have devoured.
|Oreo Cookie and Chocolate Chip Muffin|
|I'm not exactly sure what this was???|
|Lemon and Caramel Muffin|
This was also listed as the お楽しみマフィン for this week. I usually don't like maccha-flavored foods, but this was wonderful!
My dear friend, Takayo, graciously gave me her mango/caramel muffin topped with coconut shavings. This was a triple threat, as I don't care for mango, caramel, nor coconut shavings. But to my surprise, this was amazing! However, I forgot to take a picture.
And they just don't sell muffins. Various chiffon cakes, cookies, and brownies are available daily.
This brownie was good, but I would have preferred it a bit sweeter.
|Oatmeal/Chocolate Chip/Almond Cookie|
I guess I'm used to the sweeter Betty Crocker Oatmeal Cookies I make myself, but for 150 yen, and considering it's difficult to find an oatmeal cookie in Japan, it's not bad.
I hope you get to experience the mouthwatering flavors of Daily's Muffin, but at the same time I'm afraid you may take my muffins.
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