If you want to stay away from the crazy Hongkong shoppers or noisy Mainlanders who only know where to buy superficial branded items, then you should go to Gucci Cafe located on the 3rd floor of their flagship in Ginza.
The building and the cafe must have some history - you can tell from their design - which is traditional, low profile, and no fancy decorations.
Service is undoubtedly of top-notch - waiters and waitresses were kneeing down to take your orders, male manager chatted with custmer by kneeing next to her.
Menu is of limited choices, as expected. But desserts have a comparatively wider choice as desserts are their famous attractions.
Cultery and even a glass and table mats are all special items. You can use your time to appreciate them before you meal arrived.
A beautiful and elegant Japanese lady chatted with me when she saw me browsing an MTR map. She really looks like a TV star but I can't name it, sorry!!
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