“St Marc Cafe ChocoCro” is a chain cafe in Japan.
I can never quite tell if I should call it St Marc Cafe or ChocoCro or both.
It’s vaguely inspired by French cuisine – which means there’s a few croissants on the menu.
The menu is unabashedly Japanese though – featuring curry bread and various sausage filled breads.
チョコ/choco is short for チョコレート/chocolate.
くろ/kuro is short for クロワッサン/kurowasan (the Japanese way of saying croissant).
They serve the usual fare – teas, coffees and desserts.
Interestingly, they also serve pasta.
Check out the plastic food in front to see life-size plastic plates of what they offer.
Or you can check out their Japanese Menu here.
St Marc Cafe ChocoCro is another affordable, Japanese-run cafe chain, like Doutor.
The St Marc Holdings group also run some slightly more expensive chain stores like Baqet (a lunch/dinner place with an all you can eat bread bar) and Bakery Restaurant St Marc (a more classy restaurant).