This isn’t Kumoya’s first time at the rodeo. They’ve done plenty of pop up shops before, including ones for Pusheen, Snoopy and My Little Pony.
The menu in particular was created by local blogger Shirley Wong, better known as “littlemissbento”, well known for her intricate and unique designs.
Check out some of the mains you can look forward to:
The Ice Bear Terrific Teriyaki Chicken Katsu Burger (SGD23.90) is served with fresh greens, fish cake and crispy fries. (Photo source: We Bare Bears x Kumoya)
Grizzly’s Favourite Fruity Caramel Waffles (SGD23.90) is enough for 2 to 3 people, so bring your friends! (Photo source: We Bare Bears x Kumoya)
Break open the Ice Bear Choco Ball of Fun (SGD23.90) to reveal all the tasty candy underneath. (Photo source: We Bare Bears x Kumoya)
Ice Bear Artic Cool Seafood rice with cream sauce (SGD26.90) is a cute scene of Ice Bear relaxing in a pool. It’s almost too adorable to eat! (Photo source: We Bare Bears x Kumoya)
“We Bare Bears” is a popular Cartoon Network show about three bears trying to assimilate into a human city. Even if you’ve never seen the series, you’ve definitely seen the bears around as plushies. Everyone loves them, and how could you not? They’re adorable!
One of the promotional images for the pop-up café. (Photo source: Kumoya)
The pop-up shop is completely halal. The menu has no pork, no lard and no alcohol and they are prepared by a team of Muslim staff and colleagues in a manner that is suitable for Muslim dietary palette. The ingredients are also sourced from major Halal distributors and suppliers.
It will be up for around 3 months, but time flies so make sure not to miss your window! Remember that it’s closed every Monday to give the workers and chefs a rest.