'Mr Men And Little Miss' Is Coming To Kumoya This July With Nasi Lemak & Other Local Dishes

Singaporeans are gullible consumers. There, I said it.

We’ll patronise anything at least once if it even has a tiny picture or print of a cartoon or character we like.

Which is also why, Kumoya returns once again with another character-themed cafe concept.

In the past, we’ve seen Miffy, Care Bears and Tokidoki-themed character cafes hosted by Kumoya. This time, it’s Mr. Men and Little Miss.

Mr. Men And Little Miss Visit Singapore

Okay, to be fair, I do like the Mr. Men and Little Miss. I grew up reading the tiny square books about them. And Mr. Happy is basically a smiling emoji with hands and legs, in my favourite colour, yellow.

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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He’s adorable.

While Kumoya has done plenty of character cafes in the past, this one is going to be a little different. The menu is created in collaboration with Little Miss Bento (Shirley Wong) and it will be locally-inspired despite Kumoya primarily being a Japanese-French restaurant.

Here are some of the locally-inspired dishes that will be available at the Kumoya x Mr. Men and Little Miss cafe.

Fried Mantou With House-made Chilli Crab Dip ($11.90)

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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Mr Bump Knock-Out Nasi Lemak ($23.90)

Butterfly pea flower coconut rice served with tempura sambal prawns, crispy golden fried chicken, potato croquette, ramen egg, keropok, walnuts and anchovies.

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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Mr Bump Pow-Wow Pandan Sponge Cake ($17.90)

A Pandan sponge cake that looks like Mr Bump, with Gula Melaka frosting, freshly churned Hokkaido soft serve, Nata de coco, kidney beans, sweet corn, cotton candy, and a shot of Gula Melaka on the side for that extra kick.

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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Milo Oreo Frappe ($14.90)

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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Chendol Gula Melaka Frappe ($14.90)

This local AF creation is basically a Chendol garnished with pandan leaves and whipped cream.

Kumoya x Mr Men And Little Miss
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That’s not all, all beverages are served with a limited edition coaster (6 different designs to collect) and all frappe orders come with a limited edition badge (3 different designs)!

Like the previous character cafes, dining time is limited to 90 minutes and there is a minimum spending of $10 per person.

The Mr. Men and Little Miss character cafe will run from 5 July 2018 to September 2018.

Will you be heading to the Mr. Men And Little Miss character cafe at Kumoya this July?

Kumoya x Mr. Men And Little Miss
Address: Kumoya Cafe, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320

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