FFXVI Eorzea Cafe
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FFXVI Heads to Final Fantasy Eorzea Cafe in Japan

For a limited time, Final Fantasy XVI food items will appear at several Eorzea Cafe locations in Japan. This is to celebrate the Final Fantasy XIV and XVI crossover event, “The Path Infernal.” From April 30, 2024, until June 17, 2024, a total of four FFXVI food items will be available to sample from at the Osaka and Akihabara Eorzea Cafe locations. Those that do purchase these food items will receive a special lunch table mats.

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The four food items are based on Clive, Jill, Odin, and the Drake’s Head location. Clive and Jill will be the inspiration for two theme drinks, which include a lemon black syrup strawberry flavored drink and a blue lychee syrup one respectively. The Odin and Drake’s Head dish are a little more substantial, as the Odin food item is a black ink squid smelt risotto. The Drake’s Head item is a tea chiffon cake to round out the meal.

You can take a look at the FFXVI Eorzea Cafe food items below:

The lunch table mats features promotional artwork of Clive, Jill, and Joshua fighting Leviathan, the star of The Rising Tide DLC. You can take a look below:

In the past, the Final Fantasy Eorzea Cafe has released several distinct FFXIV-themed food items according to season. This has included special collaboration items to celebrate The Rising.

Final Fantasy XVI and The Rising Tide DLC are available for PlayStation 5. Final Fantasy XIV is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox Series X.

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