Pokémon Café Singapore – Returning To Bugis Junction From 24 Nov 2016

Pokémon Café Singapore - Returning To Bugis Junction From 24 Nov 2016
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[Updated] Pika Pika… Gotta Catch ‘Em All! The second edition of the Pokémon Café is coming back, featuring themes from Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games.

The revamped Pokémon Cafe will also include new menu items and original merchandise. The crowd-favourite Pokéball mug has also been upgraded to a Great Ball mug.

The café will be open on 24 November 2016 (Thursday) at EwF @ Bugis Junction.

Let’s hope they got more time now to work on the food. Just saying.

[Original Entry] This Pokémon Café comes straight after Pompompurin Cafe at Orchard Central and Hello Kitty Orchid Garden at Changi Airport T3 – which the collaborators said is “Purely coincidental”.

The café will feature Pikachu as the main character, in the café’s original menu conceptualised and inspired by Pokémon characters and stories.

A photo booth is installed at the cafe near the entrance. Don’t be surprised if you see a Pikachu mascot appearing too. (Pika, Pika, so cute by the way.)

The café is decked out with Pokémon imagery, café placemats and coasters made exclusively for Pokémon café.

These are the two dishes you may be more inclined to order.

Every order of the Pikachu Smiling Rice Omelette with Magma Sauce ($25) and Pikachu’s Sweeeeet Pancake ($20) will come with a Pokéball mug that you can take home. (Don’t worry, they will give you a new cup.)

Pikachu Smiling Rice Omelette with Magma Sauce! ($25.00)
Big Pikachu face made of saffron rice, with ears made of egg omelette. Served with Primal Groudon’s magma sauce.

Battle on Pikachu! Level-up with Rare Candy! ($20.00)
Beef Patty and mashed potatoes covered with crepe. Pikachu with ears made of monaka. You will find vegetables in the shape of a Pokéball in the salad.

Special Move “Fire Blast”! Primal Groudon’s Bolognese ($20.00)

Pokémon cafe’s Truffle Fries ($12.00)

Pikachu’s Sweeeeet Pancake ($20.00)

Primal Kyogre’s Dessert Plate ($15.00)
Special move “Hydro Pump” is represented with jelly and candy, served with Pokéball made with white chocolate and custard cream.

Pikachu’s Thunder Shock” Parfait ($15)
Fluffy and crackling cotton candy ball with sponge cake in the parfait.

Original Pokémon café merchandise, such as T-shirts ($29.90 for adults, $26.90 for kids), keychains ($5.50) and a tote bag ($18.90) have been produced specially for the café and will be sold exclusively at the café in Singapore alongside other official Pokémon products.

For Nintendo fans, PARCO Singapore has also partnered with the sole and official distributor of Nintendo products in Singapore to give away original Pikachu characters in the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire games for Nintendo 3DS/3DS XL/2DS.

Customers need to present their official receipts from the Pokemon café at the cashier to receive a one-time download serial code.

There is a special takeaway menu in which a Pokeball Cream-puff is available at $5.90 each, $20.90 for a box of 4, which is a typical choux puff pastry with vanilla custard fillings.

So what you see is what you get, somewhat different from the ‘stock photos’ that was circulating around previously.

Do note that EwF in Bugis has a relatively small space of about 40 seats, and is unlikely to accommodate too many people. That means, queueing for Pikachu fans WILL take a long time. Can get quite hot too as space is constricted.

As many of the food and drink items require time for preparation to get the figure and shape right, do be prepared to wait for them to be served.

The (possible) good news is: This is a pop-up format, and the café MAY extend, or change into another character depending on the response. (I happened to see the owner of EwF and hinted her to bring in Doreamon… please, please, please.)

Pokémon Café Singapore
200 Victoria Street, #04-05, Bugis Junction Singapore 188021 (Bugis MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (May 27 – Jul 31)

Other Related Entries
7 Character Themed Cafes In Singapore
Hello Kitty Orchid Garden (Changi Airport T3)
Pompompurin Cafe (Orchard Central)
Character Café (Dhoby Xchange)
Teddy and Me (Marina Square)

* The media was invited to take photos for Pokémon Café, but unfortunately didn’t have the opportunity to eat. Oh well.

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Comments

  1. Cute

  2. Is this halal certified?

  3. It’s still PARCO Bugis Junction (1995-2005) meh??

    • Thanks for clarifying. The cafe is actually brought in by PARCO, but I removed the word just in case.

  4. I hope that there is a halal certificate.

    Gotta halal ’em all.

  5. HALAL THEM ALL!

  6. grumpygrandpa : May 27, 2016 at 3:53 pm

    catch them all nigga

  7. The food I have ordered at Pokemon Cate Bugis I.e Pokemon rice and pancake which are tasteless for the rice, and pancake are dried and hard like eating dried and tasteless biscuits. I have provided my above negative feedback to the service crew and the told me to post my feedbacks online. The price of the food are steep and not worth eating for tasteless food.

  8. Yuwono Siauw : June 9, 2016 at 2:07 pm

    can i do reservation for celebrating my son’s birthday party on 20th june on monday, my son will arrive singapore around 2pm

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