Customers can bite a Squirtle for 2,000 won (P87), a Pikachu for 2,500 won (P 109), or Pokéball for 1,800 won (P79) each. A “Pokémon Dozen” can be ordered for 15,000 won (P658).
It is not the first time a South Korean shop dazzled customers with pastries inspired by the viral smartphone game. Last month, Dalmiin Baking Studio marketed mouth-watering cookies of Pikachu shelled inside a savory Pokéball and drizzled in chocolate syrup. Gianna Francesca Catolico