For those who believe in magic, unicorns and flying ponies, Kumoya has exciting news for you.

Your favourite characters from My Little Pony are flying from their home in Equestria to Singapore’s shores from 27 September – 30th December as part of Singapore’s first My Little Pony x Kumoya pop-up cafe!

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Friendship Is Magic

In the past, we’ve seen Miffy, Care Bears and Tokidoki-themed character cafes hosted by Kumoya. This time round, the young and young at heart can expect an explosion of rainbows, stars, fluffy clouds and all the My Little Pony stars in action.

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Together with Shirley Wong (Little Miss Bento), Kumoya has created a special My Little Pony inspired menu for everyone.

Here are some dishes that will be available at the My Little Pony x Kumoya pop-up cafe:

Mains

Magic Friendship Rainbow Big Breakfast ($24.90)

A breakfast designed by Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie just for you – toasted house-made rainbow bread, chicken and beef sausages, crispy turkey bacon, chicken ham, grilled tomato, scrambled eggs, hash brown with a side of fresh garden salad.

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Twilight Sparkle Soaring Skies Chicken Katsu Burger ($22.90)

Head skywards for this juicy chicken katsu on a mantou with wings! Drizzled with house-made teriyaki sauce, cheddar cheese, tomato, fresh garden salad, Twilight Sparkle mantou with a side of curly fries.

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Friendship Meets Love Seafood Curry Rice ($28.90)

If you’re craving for something heartier and savoury, this dish consists of Japanese rice infused with beetroots, accompanied by breaded ebi, calamari and scallop, fresh tempura salmon, steamed broccoli, cherry tomatoes and house-made tempura potato cake hearts.

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Desserts

Pinkie Pie Pack Pack-a-Punch Strawberry Cake ($17.90)

Just like Pinkie Pie herself, this fully loaded dessert is pony power packed with Strawberry sponge cake with kanten jelly, vanilla Hokkaido soft serve, fluffy cotton candy, sweet pink lollipop, marshmallow, pink chocolate slab, strawberry cereal crunch and fresh strawberries.

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Candylicious Rainbow Fruity Shibuya Toast ($24.90)

Expect a rainbow explosion in this dessert. With a toasted buttery bread tower, vanilla Hokkaido soft serve, Rainbow Dash cookies, colourful rainbow cookie, fresh berries and fruits, rainbow lollipop, fruity candy drops, drizzled with warm dark chocolate sauce.

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Magical Princesses With Magic Potion Galaxy Cake ($21.90)

Whip out your camera as you pour the multi-coloured shiny galaxy glaze over the mango mousse cake right in front of you, complete with magical dry ice – for your Instagram, of course!

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Drinks

Rainbow Dash Fluffy Clouds Bubblegum Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy/ Twilight Sparkle Sparkling Water Melon Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy ($12.90)

Make a quick dash for this delicious high-flying soda. Both soda comes with a fluffy cotton candy cloud.

That’s not all, all beverages are served with a limited edition coaster (5 different designs to collect)! While stocks last.

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

The My Little Pony pop-up cafe will run from 27 September 2018 to 30 December 2018.

Will you be heading to the My Little Pony pop-up cafe at Kumoya this September?

My Little Pony x Kumoya
Address: Kumoya Cafe, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday: 12.00pm – 9.30pm, Friday and Saturday: 12.00pm – 10.00pm, Closed on Mondays
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