Fans of My Little Pony can now dine amongst iconic pony paraphernalia and Equestria-inspired dishes!
From now till 30 December, My Little Pony fans are in for a magical treat at Kumoya. Decked out in colourful imagery of the loveable ponies from the Hasbro franchise, the whimsically-designed My Little Pony cafe is ready to give you and your friends an unforgettable day out. To ensure that you get the full MLP experience, you can take a photo with Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle, Pinkie Pie and Spike at the entrance before saddling up with the rest of the gang. There are also My Little Pony merchandise on display ranging from squishy plushies to adorable accessories, which are all available for purchase.
Aside from the cutesy interior, what can you expect from the food? In yet another amazing collaboration with Little Miss Bento, the My Little Pony-inspired menu offers a variety of Instagrammable mains, desserts and beverages that will leave you spoilt for choice. Here’s a look at what we ordered.
Rainbow Dash Fluffy Clouds Bubblegum Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy, Twilight Sparkle Sparkling Water Melon Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy ($12.90 each)
This gorgeous thirst quencher arrived with a fluffy cloud of white cotton candy sitting atop bubblegum and melon syrup. The soda came in a separate plastic bottle for you to pour the soda onto the cotton candy, allowing it to melt into the cup like raindrops. Though it makes for a super IG-worthy photo, it tends to get a little messy when the cotton candy falls apart so we suggest scooping the remaining cotton candy into the cup for a sweeter flavour. All drinks also come with a complimentary My Little Pony coaster that you can take home.
Friendship Meets Love Seafood Curry Rice ($28.90)
As Little Miss Bento’s signature creation, this dish features beetroot-infused Japanese rice doused with curry and compacted into a heart-shape. Although a tad expensive, it makes up for the price with a substantial portion of breaded ebi, calamari, scallop, tempura salmon and potato cake hearts. Plus, you get to bring home a My Little Pony key and coin pouch with every order of this kawaii curry rice!
Twilight Sparkle Soaring Skies Chicken Katsu Burger ($22.90)
Arguably the star dish of the mains, this hearty burger comprises a slab of juicy chicken katsu drizzled with house-made teriyaki sauce and sandwiched between two fluffy buns. And it doesn’t hurt that it comes adorned with a pair of wings and cheese stars to amp up the aesthetic appeal. Don’t forget to enjoy the bite-sized Twilight Sparkle mantou and crunchy curly fries that are served on the side too.
Magical Princesses with Magic Potion Galaxy Cake ($21.90)
If you’re here for the ‘gram, this intergalactic dessert is a must-order. A mango mousse cake sits atop a bucket of dry ice, served on a tray with a beaker of multi-coloured shimmery galaxy glaze that you can pour over the cake – all you have to do is to get your cameras ready to capture the action. It may seem like a hefty sum to pay for a seemingly small piece of cake, but you get the experience of creating your very own galaxy cake (complete with an epic boomerang and a free Twilight Sparkle keyring plush).
Pinkie Pie Pack-a-Punch Strawberry Cake ($17.90)
If you’re a fan of strawberries and all things pink, you’ll love this dessert. Inspired by Pinkie Pie, this pinklicious delight comes packed with an assortment of treats – think strawberry sponge cake, fluffy cotton candy, vanilla soft serve, strawberry cereal crunch and fresh strawberries. Despite our initial assumption that this would probably be too sweet for our liking, we were pleasantly surprised by the subtleness of flavours. Be sure to get those photos taken as soon as the dessert arrives though, ’cause the cotton candy melts real quick.
My Little Pony x Kumoya pop-up cafe is located at 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320.