Kyubey Curry (left); Kyubey Cream Stew (right)
The menu includes Japanese comfort food classics and desserts but specifically themed after certain characters. Kyubey's face peers out at you from three namesake dishes, "Kyubey Curry", "Kyubey Cream Stew", and "Kyubey Almond Jelly" (not pictured), for what will probably make for a slightly creepy-cute but delicious experience. In my opinion, Kyubey's face for Kyubey Cream Stew seems to be cheaply made out of ketchup, though I suppose no other condiment can capture those evil eyes as well.
Kyoko Sakura's Sweets Set (left); Kyoko and Sayaka's Roll Cake (right)
We also have "Kyoko Sakura's Sweets Set," inspired by Kyoko's favorite snacks such as Pocky and taiyaki. A reference to Kyoko's and Sayaka's opposite color schemes and Yin-Yang-like morality clashes is featured in "Kyoko and Sayaka's Roll Cake". (Mmm, a study of opposites has never been as sweet.) The centerpiece of "Mami Tomoe's Sweets Set with Tea" is, of course, cake.
Soul Gem Jelly
Soul Gem Drink
If you're more in the mood for cold dessert, get "Soul Gem Jelly," available in all the colors of the Puella Magi's Soul Gems, and which can be drunk from fancy-looking dessert glasses. Or, if you want to quench your thirst instead, you can get the "Soul Gem Drink," again available in Madoka pink, Mami orange, Sayaka blue, Kyoko red, and Homura purple.
However, if you want to buy some Puella Magi treats, you better get to Japan sooner rather than later - the cafe closes in March of 2012.