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Spongebob-themed pop-up cafe coming to Singapore on Dec 16

The menu will consist of four mains, six snacks, two desserts and four drinks.

Charlotte Chang
Charlotte Chang

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Published: 9 December 2021, 12:11 PM

In a collaboration with Impossible Foods, Kumoya Singapore will be bringing in Spongebob and his friends as a pop-up cafe from Dec 16, for a limited time only.

Like their previous pop-ups, the dishes were designed by Shirley Wong (@LittleMissBento on Instagram), so be prepared for an adorably delicious time. There will be four mains, six snacks, two desserts and four drinks on the menu.

As part of the collaboration with Impossible Foods, all meat products will be replaced with vegan meat patties.

The mains include “No Problemo” The Impossible Burger, which will include an Impossible patty with tamagoyaki and a slice of cheddar sandwiched in between a Spongebob bun alongside tater tots and a salad.

There is also the “Aye-aye, Captain” Impossible Japanese Croquette Curry Rice, which will consist of a deconstructed Japanese curry rice made with turmeric rice shaped like Spongebob himself and the Impossible Homemade Plant-based Katsu accompanied by pineapple curry.

 

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“No Problemo” The Impossible Burger will cost $25.90 whereas the “Aye-aye, Captain” Impossible Japanese Croquette Curry Rice will cost $24.90. PHOTO CREDIT: KUMOYA SINGAPORE

 

Likewise, their snacks will be made of vegan “meat patties” as well, such as the Impossible Nuggets and Impossible Mini Corn Dogs which will cost $13.90 each.

One of the desserts is the “Order Up!” Get Toasty Dessert Set, where diners can toast their own marshmallows as they enjoy a Hokkaido milk soft serve and Shibuya toast with fresh fruits and even a chocolate dip.

 

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The “Order Up!” Get Toasty Dessert Set will cost $21.90. PHOTO CREDIT: KUMOYA SINGAPORE

 

Though the Spongebob Squarepants X Impossible Foods cafe is not halal-certified, Kumoya continues to not use any pork, lard or alcohol and remains Muslim-friendly.

Reservations for the pop-up cafe can be made in advance here.


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