What you can expect from the new Dreamworks KouKou cafe in Singapore

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By Felicia Wong   — March 06, 2018

  • 1 / 9 First of its kind

    This is the first Dreamworks KouKou-themed cafe in the world.

    The cafe was created by Eggs & More Pte Ltd, which was founded by people behind homegrown brands Joe & Dough and The Soup Spoon. They also started the Gudetama cafe in 2016.

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  • 2 / 9 What are “KouKou”?

    Named after the Chinese word for mouth, Dreamworks KouKou are adorable bite-sized, dumpling-shaped characters.

    Your little one can look forward to seeing characters from their favourite Dreamworks Animation films, such as Kung Fu Panda, Magdagascar, Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon and Trolls.

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  • 3 / 9 Enjoy the “Kou-riffic” experience

    You can fully immerse yourself in the worlds of your favourite Dreamworks films at the cafe.

    The interior aims to provide an unforgettable “Kou-riffic” experience, with Dreamworks KouKou characters decorating the whole cafe, from the walls to the booths.

    There are even Dreamworks KouKou plushies that double up as handy phone holders on each table, for an adorable and practical touch.

    Your little ones will love this Insta-worthy cafe. There’s even a photo-taking area, with cutouts of the Dreamworks characters as a backdrop.

    Related: The first Miffy pop-up cafe in Singapore: What you must know

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  • 4 / 9 Asian-inspired menu

    Local influences are present in the themed menu so your kids can look forward to adorable renditions of their favourite local dishes.

    The Asian-inspired menu features main courses, sides, desserts and specialty drinks. Here are some of the signature dishes you should try.

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  • 5 / 9 Signature main courses

    Secret Ingredient Noodle Soup ($23.00)
    It’s love at first slurp for this kimchi ramen. The dish is packed with rich kimchi and umami flavours, and features clams, prawns, mussels and squids. Served in a spicy collagen broth and with Po and Mei Mei mantous on the side. Be careful though – it’s really quite spicy, so your little ones might want to avoid it

    “Never Leave A Man Behind” ($22.50)
    You can’t get enough of this dish. It features grilled salmon, fish cakes, mixed vegetables and three Japanese rice ‘balls’, all sitting on top of a pool of Bachamel salted egg sauce

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  • 6 / 9 Signature sides

    Signature K.B.P. ($13.00)
    Try the tender pork belly slices, served with fresh coriander, iceberg lettuce and chopped chilli, all stuffed in steamed buns

    Signature Warrior Dumplings ($12.00)
    Don’t miss out on the pan-fried chicken dumplings, topped with ebiko and served with garlic aioli

    Related: All you need to know about the Care Bears pop-up cafe in Singapore

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  • 7 / 9 Signature desserts

    “Hairlarious” Princess ($18.00)
    You’ll be as happy as Princess Poppy with this mixed berry mousse cake, topped with pink candy floss and rice puffs

    Fun Sliders ($9.00)
    Indulge in these fudgy brownie smores sliders. They’re drizzled with peanut sauce and paired with cotton candy flavoured soft serve ice cream

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  • 8 / 9 Signature drinks

    Orge Swamp Adventure ($7.50)
    Swirl into a magical moment with Shrek with this delicious drink. It’s genmaicha topped with soft serve ice cream and matcha powder, it comes with golden pearls

    Pretty In Pink ($7.50)
    This is almost too pretty to drink. How adorable is this berry tea, topped with soft serve ice cream and icing flowers, it also comes with golden pearls

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  • 9 / 9

    Watch our video about our visit to the cafe here.

    Or take a trip down to check it out with your little ones soon!

    Dreamworks KouKou Cafe Singapore seats 50 people and opens to the public from March 3, 2018 onwards.

    Where: Bugis+, #05-04/05/06
    Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily
    Visit www.facebook.com/dreamworkskoukoucafe

    Related:
    Video: What you can expect at Singapore’s first Minions pop-up cafe
    Video: The first Miffy pop-up cafe in Singapore

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First of its kind This is the first Dreamworks KouKou-themed cafe in the world. The cafe was created by Eggs & More Pte Ltd, which was founded by people behind homegrown brands Joe & Dough and The Soup Spoon. They also started the Gudetama cafe in 2016. What are “KouKou”? Named after the Chinese word for mouth, Dreamworks KouKou are adorable bite-sized, dumpling-shaped characters. Your little one can look forward to seeing characters from their favourite Dreamworks Animation films, such as Kung Fu Panda, Magdagascar, Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon and Trolls. Enjoy the “Kou-riffic” experience You can fully immerse yourself in the worlds of your favourite Dreamworks films at the cafe. The interior aims to provide an unforgettable “Kou-riffic” experience, with Dreamworks KouKou characters decorating the whole cafe, from the walls to the booths. There are even Dreamworks KouKou plushies that double up as handy phone holders on each table, for an adorable and practical touch. Your little ones will love this Insta-worthy cafe. There’s even a photo-taking area, with cutouts of the Dreamworks characters as a backdrop. Related: The first Miffy pop-up cafe in Singapore: What you must know Asian-inspired menu Local influences are present in the themed menu so your kids can look forward to adorable renditions of their favourite local dishes. The Asian-inspired menu features main courses, sides, desserts and specialty drinks. Here are some of the signature dishes you should try. Signature main courses Secret Ingredient Noodle Soup ($23.00) It’s love at first slurp for this kimchi ramen. The dish is packed with rich kimchi and umami flavours, and features clams, prawns, mussels and squids. Served in a spicy collagen broth and with Po and Mei Mei mantous on the side. Be careful though – it’s really quite spicy, so your little ones might want to avoid it “Never Leave A Man Behind” ($22.50) You can’t get enough of this dish. It features grilled salmon, fish cakes, mixed vegetables and three Japanese rice ‘balls’, all sitting on top of a pool of Bachamel salted egg sauce Signature sides Signature K.B.P. ($13.00) Try the tender pork belly slices, served with fresh coriander, iceberg lettuce and chopped chilli, all stuffed in steamed buns Signature Warrior Dumplings ($12.00) Don’t miss out on the pan-fried chicken dumplings, topped with ebiko and served with garlic aioli Related: All you need to know about the Care Bears pop-up cafe in Singapore Signature desserts “Hairlarious” Princess ($18.00) You’ll be as happy as Princess Poppy with this mixed berry mousse cake, topped with pink candy floss and rice puffs Fun Sliders ($9.00) Indulge in these fudgy brownie smores sliders. They’re drizzled with peanut sauce and paired with cotton candy flavoured soft serve ice cream Signature drinks Orge Swamp Adventure ($7.50) Swirl into a magical moment with Shrek with this delicious drink. It’s genmaicha topped with soft serve ice cream and matcha powder, it comes with golden pearls Pretty In Pink ($7.50) This is almost too pretty to drink. How adorable is this berry tea, topped with soft serve ice cream and icing flowers, it also comes with golden pearls Watch our video about our visit to the cafe here. Or take a trip down to check it out with your little ones soon! Dreamworks KouKou Cafe Singapore seats 50 people and opens to the public from March 3, 2018 onwards. Where: Bugis+, #05-04/05/06 Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily Visit www.facebook.com/dreamworkskoukoucafe Related: Video: What you can expect at Singapore’s first Minions pop-up cafe Video: The first Miffy pop-up cafe in Singapore

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