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Granny Smith Apple Pie and Coffee

By Weekender Editor

Granny Smith Apple Pie and Coffee opened in the stylish Mishuku neighborhood with the aim of bringing homestyle, American-inspired pie recipes to trendy Tokyoites. From their first shop they’ve expanded to a few different locations, so they’ve definitely hit on the right recipe. Their seasonal Granny Smith Apple pie was surprisingly tart and crisp, and their Dutch Crumble goes heavy on the cinnamon, and adds to the dessert’s crunchiness with the unique touch of walnuts. You can get slices of the pie to go at Granny Smith Apple Pie and Coffee, but if you’ve got time to sit down, we recommend going across the street to Fungo, their partner restaurant, where you can sample the pies served with ice cream and sauce. Also check out their website for their other locations around town, which include Aoyama, Ginza, and Yokohama.

Address: Shimouma 1-46-10, Setagaya-ku

Website: https://www.grannysmith-pie.com/

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