Thinking of going out for a unique meal this year-end holidays? Perhaps a visit to a cute, themed restaurant maybe something to consider. For fans of kawaii characters (or henchmen dressed in overalls), here are four themed dining experiences in Singapore.
Themed Dining Experiences in Singapore for the Year-end Holidays 2021
Crayon Shinchan x Kumoya Pop-Up Café
Crayon Shinchan (La Bi Xiao Xin), also known as Shin Chan, has been show off his “cheeky” personality at the Kumoya Jalan Klapa pop-up café. From pancakes to puddings, there are various cute dishes at this pop-up café. Find out more about it here.
Hello Kitty Mini Shabu-Shabu at Kumoya @ Orchard Central
The kawaii Hello Kitty is the newest guest at themed café Kumoya’s Orchard Central outlet and bringing a splash of Japan to the café so that diners can have one of the best dishes to enjoy with friends – hot pot! Surround yourself with colourful Hello Kitty Japanese themed motifs such as kimono prints, paper lanterns and more. Read about what to expect here.
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Minion Café Singapore
Say “Bello!” to all things related to the iconic yellow characters that first appeared in the animated series Despicable Me. The two-story Minion Cafe Singapore at Clarke Quay is filled Minion-themed posters, wall decorations, life-size figurines and, of course, Minion-themed dishes. Read more here.
The world’s first CoComelon Café is now at Swissôtel The Stamford’s CLOVE restaurant, for a limited time only. Tuck into the TomTom Favourite Burger or sip on CoComelon-inspired beverages and desserts include the CoCo-CaDo smoothie, Cody’s Mochi Yoghurt Pop and the Wheels on the Bus Oreo milkshake. Get more details here.