Miffy X Kumoya Pop-up Cafe in Singapore

Cartoon bunny Miffy hopped to Kumoya Cafe in Singapore on 5 October this year. A friend of mine from Hong Kong, who is a Miffy diehard fan, could not wait to immerse herself entirely in the Miffy world, and I was grateful to be invited by her for a dinner at the cafe. Although I am not actually a great fan of the ultra cute bunny, I am captivated by the creativity of a food artist Shirley Wong (better known as ‘Little Miss Bento’), who styled a wide range of Miffy-inspired dishes, drinks and desserts in the cafe menu. Her cookbooks are among my recipe collections 😉

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Welcome to the world of Miffy! The interior is cheerful and vibrant with Miffy themed decor.

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Wonderfully Waffles with Karaage Chicken ($21.90) – This was the best waffles I had ever tasted! It was crunchy on the outside but unbelievably fluffy. The karaage chicken was well seasoned and fried to perfection. Never thought that waffles, which is usually associated with something sweet, could go so well with the fried chicken. No wonder this dish was a popular one. [Buttery, fluffy waffles meets juicy Japanese karaage chicken, paired with housemade sweet shoyu glaze. Fresh garden salad with cute Miffy potato cakes, cheese stars and Miffy carrots.]
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Egg-citing Miffy Smoked Duck Cold Pasta ($17.90) – If you asked me what was the star of this dish, I would say the crunchy salted renkon (lotus root) chips. [Tri-colour cold pasta served with cute Miffy egg, hand-torched smoked duck, crispy renkon chips and fresh garden salad with goma shoyu dressing.]

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You, Me & Miffy Makes 3 Chicken Katsu Burger ($18.90)Crunchy Japanese Chicken Katsu on Miffy mantou burger served with fries with BBQ dip, fresh garden salad with Teddy and cheese stars.
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Miffy Original Orange Soda ($14.90)
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Bunny Yuzu Delight ($10.90)
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Bellylicious Belgium Chocolate Lava Cake ($15.90) – The lava cake was a disappointment, honestly, since we were expecting the ooze of molten “lava” from the warm chocolate cake but it didn’t.

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Overall, we had a memorable experience at the cafe. We were absolutely impressed by the very instragrammable dishes, and most importantly the food taste superb. Thumbs up to the team! The pop-up cafe is running until 31 December 2017, so quickly catch the little bunny at Kumoya Cafe before it hops away.

 

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