Source: Hilton Tokyo Eat Your Heart Out At The Hilton Tokyo’s Alice In Wonderland Dessert Buffet 2016-08-11 Thu 2016-08-11 Thu Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is often used as the motif for themed cafes and restaurants in Japan, namely for its fantastical blend of quirky characters and the curious world in which the story unfolds. The Hilton Tokyo, located in Shinjuku, is also a fan, and from September 3rd, the hotel will be offering an Alice in Wonderland-themed dessert buffet inside its Marble Lounge for Alice and dessert lovers everywhere. Source: Hilton Tokyo The buffet, officially titled “Alice’s Challenge From The Queen Of Hearts,” will offer around 30 different desserts that will all transport you to the world of Alice and the Queen. Many of the desserts are reminiscent of specific scenes from the Disney movie, such as the fruity Card Tarts with white chocolate ganache and your choice of blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or cherries, the Paint It Red Roll Cake adorned with red and white roses much like those painted by the Queen, and the extravagant Queen’s Chocolate Fountain. Source: Hilton Tokyo Source: Hilton Tokyo Source: Hilton Tokyo This gorgeous buffet will last until October 31st, with the second part of the dessert fair including sweets, sandwiches, pastas, and pies to celebrate this year’s Halloween. Whether an Alice in Wonderland fan or not, this scrumptious buffet is sure to satisfy anybody’s sweet tooth. Alice’s Challenge From The Queen Of Hearts Dessert Fair Location: Hilton Tokyo, Marble Lounge (1F) Date: 9/3~10/31/2016 Time: 2:30PM~5:30PM Website By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Hilton Tokyo Tags: Alice in Wonderland / Buffet / Dessert / Hilton Tokyo / Japan grape Japan Eat Your Heart Out At The Hilton Tokyo’s Alice In Wonderland Dessert Buffet Related Article Wrap Your Belongings In Traditional Japanese Style With Whimsical Furoshiki Cloth Two Men Discover A Rotting Corpse Whilst Exploring An Abandoned Hotel Tokyo Disney Fan Captures Mickey Mouse’s Heartbreak As Minnie Has Shocking Affair With Goofy The “Weirdest” And Funniest Japanese Commercials Of 2015 Mickey Mouse goes kabuki in traditional Japanese woodblock print art fashion lineup The Beauty Of This Shrine Is Stunning, But A Special Festival Inside Makes It Even More Amazing.