Cuisine is the language of a culture on a plate...

The concept of Waraku revolves around creating a casual and relaxing environment for diners to enjoy a wide variety of authentic Japanese food at affordable prices. Waraku also aims to put a smile on every customer’s face with its quality food and service.

That’s why Pasta de Waraku brought the Japanese treat Hanito to our shores, the Shibuya Original Honey Toast sensation.

Admit it! Everyone loves dessert, especially one that is delicious, unique and fun – thick whole buttered toast cubes, oozing with sweet honey and sinfully topped with ice cream, fruits and all things nice! HANITO has a delightfully crunchy crust on the outside but is deliciously soft inside.

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It is popularly served as a dessert in Japan in some restaurants, cafes, eateries and fine dining establishments. Some say it may have gained popularity from a Shibuya karaoke joint as a late night dessert!

You may think the combination of bread and ice cream a bit odd, but most are usually converted after the first bite! The sweetness from the ice cream and drizzled honey, combined with the thick soft buttered bread, blend perfectly together to make this an extremely addictive treat. The tastes and textures provide something unique and unexpected. You will find yourself wondering why you’re eating toast for dessert, but you won’t be able to stop!

Not only does HANITO taste good, it may even be good for you! A breakfast of toast and honey is the ideal party hangover cure, according to the Royal Society of Chemistry. Honey, or alternatively golden syrup, provides the body with the essential sodium, potassium and fructose it needs after a good night out, say experts. Maybe that’s why it may have gained popularity from a karaoke joint! And the best part is… it tastes good!

This dream dessert has become a reality at Pasta de Waraku in six wonderful flavours – Mix Fruit, Choco Banana, Apple Cinnamon, Macha Red Bean, Peanut Butter and Orange Almond. Try them all!

You’ll feel at home at Waraku, whichin the Japanese language connotes harmonious enjoyment and it aspires to provide each and every customer with a memorable dining experience that delivers excellent cuisine, impeccable service and beautiful ambience – all at a reasonable price.

The Waraku brand comprises four different restaurant concepts – Waraku Japanese Casual Dining, Pasta de Waraku, Mr Curry and Café de Waraku. The Pasta de Waraku concept infuses authentic Japanese flavor into pasta dishes presented in a light-hearted and fun ambience. In line with the Waraku brand, it aspires to provide each and every customer a gourmet dining experience that delivers delectable pasta dishes and desserts, meticulous service and a relaxing ambience – all at a reasonable price at convenient location near you…


www.waraku.sg, www.facebook.com/WarakuSingapore • Pasta de Waraku Outlets: Marina Square #03-257, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594, Tel: +65 6333 3433 – Square 2 #01-07, 10 Sinaran Drive, Singapore 307506, Tel: +65 6397 6266 – The Central #02-82/83, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059817, Tel: +65 6534 8085 – The Heeren #05-03, 260 Orchard Road, Singapore 238855, Tel: +65 6835 1123 – Bugis Iluma #01-05, 201 Victoria Street, Singapore 188067, Tel: +65 6238 8676 – Changi Airport Terminal 2 #036-057, 60 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819643, Tel: +65 6214 1121