In recent years, Halloween has become increasingly popular in Japan. This fall, the izakaya chain Doma Doma is getting into the Halloween spirit this season with a “Monster’s Table” from September 21 through October 31. The seasonally limited menu will feature nine items prepared related to the theme of Halloween, ranging from cute to creepy!
Fun Decor, Costumes, and Photos
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.
Creepy and Cute: A Menu Fit for a Monster!
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.
Drink Like Dracula with a Special Halloween Drink Menu!
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!