SINGAPORE – Fans of We Bare Bears, listen up; we are getting the We Bare Bears x Kumoya pop-up cafe from 4 January until 12 April 2020. The limited-menu carries 26 food and drinks items, including mains, snacks, dessert and drinks, and will be crafted by bento artist Shirley Wong (@littlemissbento) in collaboration with the Kumoya kitchen team.
Based on Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears animated comedy, about three brothers trying to fit in and make friends, the pop-up cafe will also carry exclusive range of specially-imported Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear merchandise on offer. There will be no reservations, and diners are advised to walk-in. The cafe will only use ingredients sourced from major Halal distributors and suppliers, and does not include pork, lard and alcohol.
Here’s a look at some of the Instagrammable food menu items.
Sunny Bear Bros iced mango butterfly pea tea, S$12.90
Cool off with this house-brewed mango butterfly pea flower tea topped with fresh mango bits. Served in a kawaii bear cup and limited-edition cup sleeve.
Ice Bear marshmallow matcha caramel frappe, S$13.90
This Japanese matcha drink comes with caramel drizzle and topped with a special handcrafted Ice Bear marshmallow. Served witha kawaii limited-edition cup sleeve
Grizzly’s favourite fruity caramel waffles, S$23.90
Grizzly’s favourite homemade buttery waffles comes with fresh-churned Hokkaido softserve, soufflé cheesecake with caramel, Japanese dango, freshberries, marshmallow, granola, caramel popcorn and a kawaii Grizz macaron.
Ice Bear terrific Teriyaki chicken katsu burger, S$23.90
This Ice Bear-approved kawaii chicken Katsu burger comes drizzled with teriyaki sauce. Served with fresh garden salad, cherry tomatoes, kamaboko cloud fish cake, kawaii carrot stars, golden crispy fries and a cute-as-a-button We Bare Bears mantou. Vegetarian option available.
Ice Bear fluffy Japanese rice, $26.90
Pile on this main dish that comes with seafood cream sauce, carrot stars, breaded ebi, calamari and breaded scallop with fresh tempura salmon, steamed broccoli and cute “swimming” kamaboko fish cake.
Nacho cheese fries, S$11.90
Kumoya’s special hand-cut fries is best enjoyed with a double cheesy combination of nacho cheese and mayonnaise.
Hand-Cut truffle fries, S$13.90
Kumoya’s special hand-cut fries are tossed with parmesan cheese and infused with premium truffle oil. Served with house-made truffle mayo dip.
Golden sweet potato fries, S$11.90
Sweet potato fries battered with a subtle blend of spices and house-blend sweet sour plum.
The We Bare Bears pop-up cafe will run at Kumoya, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320.