Pokémon Center Café
Six different types of drinks can be found in Pokémon Center Cafés. Any drink costs 198. Different locations will have a selection of three of these drinks. These drinks have no in-game effect and are not actual items that the player obtains as a result of their purchase (including those that have the same name as in-game items). Instead, they are simply consumed immediately. In Pokémon Sun and Moon, all drinks are visually identical.
|Route 1||Lemonade, Moomoo Milk, Pinap Juice|
|Hau'oli City, Malie City||Lemonade, Moomoo Milk, Roserade Tea|
|Route 2||Tapu Cocoa, Pinap Juice, Roserade Tea|
|Heahea City||Lemonade, Tapu Cocoa, Pinap Juice|
|Paniola Town, Royal Avenue, Route 8||Tapu Cocoa, Pinap Juice, Komala Coffee|
|Route 5||Tapu Cocoa, Moomoo Milk, Pinap Juice|
|Konikoni City||Moomoo Milk, Pinap Juice, Komala Coffee|
|Mount Hokulani||Lemonade, Tapu Cocoa, Roserade Tea|
|Tapu Village||Lemonade, Tapu Cocoa, Moomoo Milk|
|Route 16||Tapu Cocoa, Moomoo Milk, Komala Coffee|
|Mount Lanakila||Moomoo Milk, Roserade Tea, Komala Coffee|
|Seafolk Village||Lemonade, Roserade Tea, Komala Coffee|
|Lemonade||ミックスオレ||Mix au Lait||Limonade||Limonade||Lemonsucco||Limonada||후르츠밀크||Fruits Milk||果汁牛奶||Guǒzhī Niúnǎi / Gwójāp Ngàuhnáaih|
|Tapu Cocoa||エネココア||Enecocoa||Chocolat Skitty||Eneco-Kakao||Cioccoskitty||Skittolate||에나코코아||Enacocoa||向尾喵可可||Xiàngwěimiāo Kěkě / Héungméihmēu Hóhó|
|Moomoo Milk||モーモーミルク||Moomoo Milk||Lait Meumeu||Kuhmuh-Milch||Latte Mumu||Leche Mu-mu||튼튼밀크||Teunteun Milk||哞哞鲜奶 / 哞哞鮮奶||Mōumōu Xiānnǎi / Māumāu Sīnnàaih|
|Pinap Juice||パイルジュース||Pinap Juice||Jus de Nanana||Sananasaft||Succo di Baccananas||Zumo de Pinia||파인쥬스||Pine Juice||凰梨果汁||Huánglí Guǒzhī / Wòhnglèih Gwójāp|
|Roserade Tea||ロズレイティー||Rosera Tea||Thé Roserade||Roserade-Tee||Tè Roserade||Té Roserade||로즈레이티||Rozurei Tea||罗丝雷朵茶 / 羅絲雷朵茶||Luōsīléiduǒ Chá / Lòhsīlèuidó Chàh|
|Komala Coffee||グランブルマウンテン||Granbulu Mountain||Café Granbull||Granbull-Kaffee||Granbull Moka||Expreso Granbull||그랑블루마운틴||Granbullu Mountain||布鲁皇咖啡 / 布魯皇咖啡||Bùlǔhuáng Kāfēi / Boulóuhwòhng Gafē|
Poké Bean feeding rewards
The café owner will give the player a Rare Candy for each milestone of total Poké Beans fed to all of their Pokémon.
|Poké Beans fed||Reward|
Bonus with drink
The first time the player buys a drink from any Pokémon Center Café each day, the owner will give them an item and 12 Plain Beans of a specific color, depending on the day.
|Sunday||Sweet Heart||Red Plain Beans ×12|
|Monday||Lumiose Galette||Indigo Plain Beans ×12|
|Tuesday||Rage Candy Bar||Blue Plain Beans ×12|
|Wednesday||Casteliacone||Green Plain Beans ×12|
|Thursday||Old Gateau||Yellow Plain Beans ×12|
|Friday||Shalour Sable||Violet Plain Beans ×12|
|Saturday||Lava Cookie||Orange Plain Beans ×12|
In the anime
Ash and Mallow visited the Melemele Pokémon Center Café in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style! while waiting for Pikachu to be healed. The same Café reappeared in Real Life...Inquire Within!, where Ash and his classmates spent their lunchtime there while temporarily working at the Pokémon Center.
In the manga
A Pokémon Center Café appeared in True Identity and the Totem Pokémon of Brooklet Hill. Sun, Moon, and the Trial Captains of Akala Island stopped by at the Heahea City Pokémon Center Café in order to discuss about Sun's upcoming Brooklet Hill trial, although Lana didn't reveal the fact that it was going to trial until later, when it was already underway.
In Destroy!! Results of the Training!, Hau told Hala how Guzma had once taken him to a Pokémon Center Café to drink some Tapu Cocoa. Guzma had said he hated the local Tapu Cocoa, but drank it anyway because it was the only kind of Tapu Cocoa available in Alola. He had also told Hau that he had tasted good Tapu Cocoa when Hala had taken him to practice Pokémon battling in a different region, and offered to serve Hau some good Tapu Cocoa if he could make his way to Team Skull's base.
- In Pokémon Sword and Shield, the Café Masters at Battle Cafés compare their battle with the player to one of the Pokémon Center Café drinks each time they are defeated.
In other languages
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