Doraemon fans, rejoice! The National Museum of Singapore has opened a special Doraemon Cafe as part of the Doraemon Exhibition in Singapore! The cafe sells Doraemon-themed snacks for you to enjoy.
You will find Doraemon’s favorite sweet here, the Doraemon Toraya Dorayaki With Ice Cream ($13.90). Their dorayaki is made by Toraya, a Japanese sweet confectionery that has been around since the early 16th century. There are soft, petite pancakes inside this limited-edition snack. A scoop of vanilla ice cream is also included, along with raisins and strawberry slices.
Specialty dorayaki can also be taken away for $6.90 per piece. Boxes of two ($12.90) and four ($24.90) are also available.
Among the best-selling items is Doraemon Memory Bread ($17.90), which is hot-stamped with simple mathematical equations. As well as red bean, honey, butter, and ice cream, it has red bean, honey, butter, and ice cream. Plant-Based Chicken Burger ($17.90) features a vegan chicken patty layered with cheese, lettuce, and tomato slices.
Doraemon Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery but serves no pork or lard.
Doraemon Cafe Address:
National Museum of Singapore, Basement 1
(Exhibition tickets are not required to dine in)
Nearest MRT: Bencoolen & Bras Basah Station
Event Date & Time: 10am-6.30pm daily
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(Credits: tatsuya.n_paris_japan, arifoadhinoto, lutewei)