Media Tasting at Gudetama Cafe
Cartoon Cafes are always culminating the craft of character feelings. Always love Sanrio cartoon cafes like Hello Kitty Cafe (I call it Cat Cafe Singapore). Now we have Gudetama Cafe (I call it Egg Cafe Singapore). The KAWAII Gudetama Cafe has finally opens its door in Singapore TODAY. There will be 10 main dishes, four sides and five desserts. These dishes are inspired by scenes from the Gudetama character. IT IS SO CUTE!!! Gudetama is a Sanrio cartoon egg yolk that feels presence is practically insufferable. It shudders with pity. It sticks to a portion of bacon as a familiar blanket. As opposed to take part in the public, it sticks its face into an eggshell and murmurs the words, “Cold world. What can we do about it?” Gudetama may hate the world beyond its shell. But the world loves them so much! Are you ready to uncover Gudetama Cafe Menu?
Morning blues, who would love to sleep for 5 more minutes? Like Gudetama, nua-ing(lazing) on soft marshmallow bed. Featuring 5 more minutes breakfast pan.
Seeing is unbelievable. Featuring Shoyu Ramen, not the shoyu ramen that you know of. SURPRISE! It is actually a dessert; Chocolate mousse cake with feulletine, chestnut Mont Blanc, earl grey jelly and orange tuile. Served with panna cotta paired with sweet rose tea. This item is so popular and ran out of stock. Sadly, I didn’t manage to try this dessert.
Gudetama Cafe Signature Drinks – Mash-cha, Straw – Very “Lazy”, Hula Hula respectively.
Gudetama Cafe the lazy dessert selections.
How can Gudetama cookie be so cute too
From the main: Grilled Cajun chicken(The chicken skin is so crispy and the meat is tender and juicy) and sunny side up egg on savory good buttermilk waffle served with seasonal greens.
Gudetama Cafe Eggcited Cajun Chicken with Waffles at S$23.90.
The lazy Gudetama is floating on luscious bowl of lobster bisque in a crusty bread pool with a poached egg and served with seasonal greens.
Gudetama Cafe Lobster Onsen at S$16.
Smell of truffle? Yes, Gudetama truffle fries sprinkled with parmesan cheese and truffle oil served with garlic aioli and sriracha dips.
Gudetama Cafe Truffle Fries In A Cone at S$16.50.
Refreshing mango infused rose tea and topped with plenty of fresh and sweet strawberries.
Hula Hula at S$8.50.
Featuring my favourite dessert from Gudetama Cafe. Caramel flan with premium vanilla soft serve, caramelized bananas, apple crumble and a crisp sesame orange tuile. Mad love for the pudding that melts in the mouth and the fresh milk taste.
Gudetama Cafe Gude Pudding at S$16.90.
Alert for coffee lover! Cafe latte at S$6, it also comes with coffee sprinkled art.
Gudetama Cafe Preview Menu. Although the price may be a little more expensive, the food portion is simply huge. I would recommend on sharing with your friends and family.
How can we miss these cute Gudetama merchandises? The small cabin lugagge is going at S$29 and the bigger luggage is going at S$39.
Besides foods and drinks at Gudetama Cafe, don’t miss out these photo worthy spots.
Gudetama cafe is a collaboration between homegrown brands Joe & Dough and The Soup Spoon. The two F&B partners worked with award-winning food blogger, Little Miss Bento, Shirley in styling the dishes. The cafe costs a “seven-figure” sum to set up. Everything is so KAWAII in Gudetama cafe. Gudetama figurines, foods, desserts, walls, tables, chairs etc…. Gudetama is so adorable, how can you resist it? So don’t forget to charge your camera and handphone before your visit to Gudetama cafe.
Special thanks to J for the invitation!
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