Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes, has become one of the favorite places to eat, in Toronto, Canada.
Its design and food with Japanese overtones make this place a great alternative for those looking for something innovative, but also an excellent and delicious food proposal..
The project that began in 2021, under the architectural firm Studio Yimu, is located outdoors, proposing the concept of a traditional cafeteria, with a very modern presence.
And it is that for Benson Lau, founder of the place, it was important to present something that would make him happy and others too.
This is how he abandoned his career in a multinational company, to become a pastry chef in Japan with the goal of one day opening his own bakery.
After moving to Toronto in 2017, magic arrived by taking a taste of Tokyo to the other side of the world.
Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes, is not a take-out cafeteria nor a sit-down restaurant, but both merge achieving a visual aesthetic of both.
In this way, it provides a unique space aimed particularly at young people, without losing the solid and unwavering quality of a classic restaurant.
En Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes, visitors can enjoy a colorful and bright space with Japanese design, where they are greeted by a delicate arch that frames a modern temple-like structure.
The light that emanates from it softly illuminates every corner of the space that is flanked by corridors on both sides.
Such has been its success that Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes, in addition to expanding into Canada, is preparing to open branches in Xiamen, China and Manchester, UK.
With the hustle and bustle of pancakes, and the cozy feeling of being tucked away in a little pocket, this is sure to become one of your favorite haunts.