The Dark Souls Cafe will revive in Tokyo on Jan. 6, 2014.
When it opens next month, the Dark Souls Cafe will offer a menu inspired by the notoriously difficult role-playing game. Items include 500 ml of Estus (beer), ring of stone (onion rings) and roasted mushroom people (sauteed king oyster mushroom).
The fantasy-themed eatery is a result of a collaboration between Dark Souls developer From Software and Tokyo's typically Australian-themed Oz Cafe. You can check out the Dark Souls Cafe's official Japanese language website to learn more.
The next entry in From Software's role-playing game series, Dark Souls 2, is headed to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC early next year. Check out Polygon's interview with co-director Yui Tanimura and our hands-on impressions for more.
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