Gastronomic Themed Time

Meals are a daily affair, so why not spice it up?

By Kelvin Low      25 June 2019

Singapore may be small, but it isn’t lacking in great food. More recently, food, with great presentation and an interesting environment is the new hype that are the to-go places in Singapore for a weekly break from the daily feeding pattern. A themed dining concept includes the design, service style, decor, and most importantly, the style of food. Singapore has plenty of kid-friendly offer for the entire family, here are what we found:

Photo Credit: Charlie Brown Cafe

Charlie Brown Cafe

Cathay Cineleisure, 8 Grange Road, #04-01

The Peanuts comic themed cafe offers a wide variety of western dishes, from pizza to pasta. Its extensive menu caters to every palate. desserts and drinks. With comics on hand for casual reading, you’ll definitely appreciate the effort taken to reference familiar characters. The cafe recently updated their menu with new items as well, it’s worth checking out again!

Photo Credit: Super Heroes Cafe

DC Comics Super Heroes Cafe

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Bay Level, L1-03/04/05
Ngee Ann City, 391A Orchard Road, #02-13

An immersive cafe-retail experience of DC Comics, this American-diner styled cafe with vegetarian options serves up hearty portions of burgers, pastas, shakes, cakes and ice-cream themed to DC Comic’s iconic heroes and villains. The retail store stocks apparel, accessories, gifts and collectibles as well.

Photo Credit: Gudetama Cafe Singapore

Gudetama Cafe Singapore

Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-361

Fans of Gudetama, the “perpetually weary egg” character, can enjoy all-day dining with comfort food and handcrafted beverages. The menu is filled with dishes which include eggs cooked in almost every fashion you can think of. This restaurant also pushes the concept to suit our Singaporean culture, with a healthy appearance of “nua-ness”.

Photo Credit: Kumoya Singapore

Kumoya Singapore

8 Jalan Klapa

Kumoya is not a cartoon, nor a series. Unlike the rest of the cafes listed here, Kumoya is the first cafe in Singapore that specialises in running themed pop-up cafes. Themes include: Cinnamoroll, Care Bears, Mr. Men & Little Miss, My Little Pony, Pusheen, Miffy and currently Snoopy. The menu changes with every theme, putting a themed spin on many famous local dishes.

Photo Credit: My Melody Café Singapore

My Melody Café Singapore

Suntec City Mall, #01-363

Themed as the “Strawberry Paradise”, this features a garden themed interior with plenty of strawberries (and pink). The eye-pleasing dishes including pinked out mains, desserts, and specialty drinks – all inspired by Sanrio’s hooded bunny character which precedes the popular Hello Kitty.

Photo Credit: Platform 1094

Platform 1094

1094 Serangoon Road

The wizardry is strong with a variety of props and ‘Instagram-worthy’ backgrounds. From our decor down to our food, everything is specially designed to exude an air of magic. The fusion Western food menu is accompanied with beverages bearing names paying homage to the fantasy novel series by J.K. Rowling.


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