Monster Hunter Rise Capcom Cafe Menu Includes a Tempura Magnamalo

Monster Hunter Rise Capcom Cafe

The official Capcom Cafe website has released details on its Monster Hunter Rise collaboration menu. Along with cafe-exclusive merchandise, fans will also be able to enjoy an exclusive monster and companion-inspired food menu. The collaboration event will begin on March 26, 2021 at the Aeon Lake Town Capcom Cafe in Saitama, Japan.

In line with Monster Hunter Rise‘s uniquely Japanese aesthetic, the collaboration will feature traditional Japanese cuisine. Some notable dishes include a Magnamalo-styled tempura bowl and a Khezu anmitsu made with soft mochi. The “Yomogi and Komitsu’s Kamakura Village Plate” also features Bunny Dango from the game; just try not to eat them all at once.

Finally, if you order a Palico or Palamute parfait, you can also keep the cup it comes in for an additional ¥1100 (about $10). Food items will come with free coasters, luncheon mats, and bromide postcards, depending on the total amount spent.

Check out the full list of menu items below:

  1. Magnamalo Tempura Set – ¥1848
  2. Cohoot Mentaiko Pizza – ¥1738
  3. Khezu Anmitsu – ¥1518
  4. Yomogi and Komitsu’s Kamura Village Plate – ¥1518
  5. Bishaten Drink – ¥880
  6. Palamute Drink – ¥880
  7. Mizutsune Spring Rolls – ¥1738 (Not Shown)
  8. Palico Hojicha Parfait – ¥1210
  9. Palamute Almond Tofu Parfait – ¥1210

Other menu items not listed on the site will also be available in-store, including Mizutsune-inspired spring rolls and character drinks. Additionally, those who ordered food or sweets will get a free luncheon mat printed with the collaboration event’s key graphic. Fans who order a drink will get a random coaster (out of a total of 8 different variations), and a special bromide postcard will be gifted to those who spend more than ¥3000 (about $27) at the cafe.

The Monster Hunter Rise collaboration event will be held from March 26, 2021 to April 22, 2021 at the Aeon Lake Town Capcom Cafe in Saitama, Japan. Monster Hunter Rise will be available on the Nintendo Switch starting March 26, 2021.

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