This limited-time menu will only last from September 20-29 and will feature dishes inspired by the characters from the OAV. If you purchase any of the items from this collaboration menu, you will be able to get these Code Geass: Akito the Exiled postcards.
The Akito Hyuuga is a cocktail of Blue Hawaii, Blueberry source and cherry syrup
The Leila Malcal is a mixture of banana juice and iced tea and then topped off with whipped cream.
The Ryo Sayama is club soda with coffee jelly
The Yukiya Naruse is Grapefruit soda with Green Mint syrup and ginger jam
The Ayano Kosaka is a mixture of coconut milk, strawberry soda and cranberry syrup
The Shin Hyuuga Shaingu is blueberry soda with strawberry syrup topped with cassis sorbet and garnished with silver candy balls
The Suzaku Kururugi is a combination of iced milk tea and hanijure and garnished with a mint leaf
A secret menu item can be bought if present a pre-sale movie ticket for Code Geass: Akito the Exiled. This “secret” drink is a mixture of Coke, Grenadine syrup and cranberry syrup. Gee, I wonder who this one represents?
Each item in the drink bar menu, including the secret item costs 500 yen a glass. We now go Cure Maid’s scrumptious meals inspired by the OVA where each item costs 1,000 yen individually and 1,200 yen if ordered with drinks.
The Ashley Ashura burning curry bowl is a bowl of red curry and salad and is described by Cure Maid cafe as ” as unbeatable as Ashley Ashura”.
The Yukiya Bomb Plate will surely make your mouth explode with spiciness as it contains spicy pilaf topped with egg with a side of potatoes and salad to cool things off.
The Vercingetorix Parfait is inspired by the mighty Knightmare frame and costs 700 yen, 900 with drinks
The Leila Afternoon tea set is apricot tart served with Ceylon tea. This set costs 800 yen.
From Cure Maid Cafe