Listen up, Tokidoki fans. The world's first Tokidoki pop-up cafe will be unveiled at local cafe Kumoya starting this Thursday (March 29).
What's Tokidoki, you ask?
The brand, which means 'sometimes' in Japanese, is the brainchild of Italian artist Simone Legno and his partners.
Known for its eye-popping aesthetic and cute characters inhabiting different worlds in the Tokidoki universe, the lifestyle brand has accumulated a cult-like following around the world.
This is the fourth themed cafe experience created by Kumoya, in collaboration with popular lifestyle blogger and food artist Little Miss Bento, a.k.a Shirley Wong. Previous pop-ups at the cosy 30-seater restaurant featured Sanrio's Cinnamoroll, Miffy and the Care Bears.
Tokidoki pop-up cafe opens its doors March 29
Expect cute and larger-than-life creations on its menu once again, with the liberal use of cotton candy (what else?) in its sweet offerings.
Like this Dolce Pretty-in-Pink Berries Sponge Cake ($18.90)Photo: Kumoya
And the Unicorno Cotton Candy drink ($17.90).Photo: Kumoya
As an added sweetener (pun intended), all Frappe drinks will also be served with a free 'Donutella' character float that you can take home, while stocks last.
Mains range from $23.90 for a Katsu Burger, to $28.90 for this A Lot-of-Things LAH! Merlion Seafood Ramen set:Photo: Kumoya
While not Halal-certified, the food is described as 'Muslim-friendly', with no pork nor lard used, and no alcohol is served in the cafe.
Do note that the restaurant does not take reservations, and there is a dining time of 90 minutes, with a minimum spend of $10 per person.
But looking at the menu prices and how cute everything is, we don't think reaching that minimum will be a problem. On the contrary, you may be hard-pressed NOT to bust your budget.
Kumoya Tokidoki pop-up cafe is located at 8 Jalan Klapa,Singapore 199320. It will be open from March 29 till end June, 2018.
Legno himself will be at the cafe at 11am on Thursday, March 29 to sign autographs for the first 30 fans.