On Gokomachi Dori, just a little north of Oike Dori and just removed from the hubbub of the city, is a little corner of peace-of-mind: the ambient cafe Mole. The entrance is wreathed in greenery and looks for all the world like a flower shop. Enter and be greeted by the sound of chimes. Everything here; the plants, the decor, the music and the softly spoken staff, all are gentle on the eye and ear.
They have a tasty menu too:
Hot Coffee: ￥500 Cafe Latte (single): ￥550 (double): ￥650
American Coffee: ￥500 Cafe Mocha: ￥650
Ice Coffee: ￥500 Caramel Latte: ￥650
Earl Grey / Assam / Darjeeling / Chai (Hot/Ice): ￥500
Cocoa: ￥550 Hot Cinnamon Chocolate: ￥650 Maccha (Green Tea) Milk: ￥650
Banana Shake: ￥650 Banana Espresso: ￥750 Orange Juice: ￥500
Ebisu Draft Beer: ￥500
Curries: Keema Matar / Chickpea / Cashew & Walnut (all come with salad): ￥700
Fried Whole Grain Rice (with soup & salad): ￥700
Sandwiches (with home-baked bread), choose two fillings from below for ￥700
Avocado, lettuce & tomato / Bacon, lettuce & tomato / Egg & Cream Cheese / Humous, lettuce & tomato
Home-baked Bagel with Cream Cheese and Maple Syrup: ￥500
Vegetable Soup and Home-baked Bread: ￥600
Home-baked Cakes (various): ￥400
Fried Banana Ice-cream: ￥600
As you can see, this kind of variety on the menu bears repeated visits. Most of the food uses organic ingredients and there are plenty of vegetarian options to boot. Here are some pictures of the delightful interior to feast your eyes on. Click through to flickr for a better look.
As I wrote above, Mole is on Gokomachi, just a little north of Oike, on your right. Look out for a mass of green. There is a map on this page if you get lost.