Singapore is Getting a Pusheen Café

Singapore is set to be the site of the world’s first Pusheen-themed café.

Pusheen, created by American couple Claire Belton and Andrew Duff in 2010, has become a widely recognized feline character in Asia due to its adorable design.

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In the span of eight years, the chubby gray cat has spawned an entire franchise of books, films and other merchandise.

 

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Kumoya in Jalan Klapa, which was also the site for other pop-up cafés such as Cinnamoroll and My Little Pony, will be hosting the Pusheen café early next year.

 

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Featuring a completely Pusheen-themed menu, the cafe will be designed by Belton herself Business Insider reports.

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The dishes, which look too cute to eat, were designed by food artist and Instagram star Shirley Wong AKA @littlemissbento.

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There are three themed mains on the menu, with dishes priced at around $7 and $17.

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The Pusheen pop-up café is also offering themed desserts and themed drinks. Exclusive merchandise will also be made available for fans of the popular cat.

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Kumoya’s Pusheen café will have a limited run from Jan. 6 until sometime in March.

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