Checkmate! Cure Maid Cafe to have Code Geass theme

Apr 23 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

Under certain conditions, the power of absolute obedience commands that the Cure Maid Cafe in Akihabara should throw a theme to celebrate Nunnally's new spin off OVA series. The event will go from April 20th to May 13, and there will be a menu of items that are inspired by the Alice in Wonderland versions of the Code Geass cast. 

Looking at some of the delights, I think that I am falling in love with the Kallen the March Hare drink. This probably has to do with my love of strawberries, along with the drink being mixed with blueberry juice, ginger ale, and fluffy delicious marshmallows -- it would be great if it was poured on that lovely C.C. cup. To have something to go with the drink, I think that a serving of Cheshire Cat Pasta would get the job done. 

Besides the character themed food and drinks, there is also some exclusive swags that you can obtain when you attend the special event. Fall under the influence of the Geass and check out the foods that are listed in the cafe's menu. While we are at it, what items would you order if you were given the chance to visit the cafe. 

[via ANN]


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