In recent years, in addition to the regular menu, diners to this fall season can choose from a number of Halloween-themed food and drinks. The izakaya itself will be decorated in a similar manner, and the staff will be wearing costumes to make things even more fun! As a special service, any customer ordering a “Monster Drink” from the limited time drink menu can make use of a special Halloween photo prop photo frame to commemorate the season.
Doma Doma’s “Monster’s Table” food menu includes a number of items both savory and sweet, so you can taste a bit of Halloween no matter what you are in the mood for. The menu is as follows:
Barburger Ghost (390 yen) - A burger with melted cheese that resembles a jack-o-lantern. Watch out for that bacon tongue!
Dracula no Iya na Ajillo (Dracula’s Hated Ajillo, 490 yen) - You can keep Dracula away with this black squid ink ajillo made with plenty of garlic, squid, and a side of garlic toast.
OKONOMI Pumpkin (390 yen) - An unusual okonomiyaki made with pumpkin and decorated with ghostly looking nori (seaweed).
Halloween Profit Roll (690 yen) - An adorable chocolate and pumpkin cream puff tower that everyone can enjoy.
Magic Pudding (490 yen) - A spooky sweet delight; cotton candy ghosts covered in caramel sauce conceal a creamy pumpkin pudding.
Not to be missed is the special season-limited drink menu that is fit for Dracula himself!
Pumpkin Maple Latte (590 yen) - A sweet and cute cocktail using pumpkin liqueur.
Purple Eye (490 yen) - An original cocktail made with whisky, grapes, and green apple flavor. If you look carefully, you might find grape eyeballs looking back at you!
Akuma (Devil) Jack Highball (590 yen) - A mysterious-looking drinking that contains of the popular “superfood” chia seeds.
Dracula no Suki na (Dracula’s Favorite) Bloody Orange (490 yen) - A blend of blood orange liqueur and tomato juice, topped with a “bloody syrup” sorbet.
So, don’t wait for October 31, head to Doma Doma’s ”Monster’s Table” to start your Halloween celebrations right now!
*This information is from the time of this article's publication.