The Ultimate Guide to Character-Themed Cafés in Singapore

Unleash your inner child and relive your younger days at these character-themed cafés serving up artfully plated food that are almost too adorable to eat. From the iconic Hello Kitty to everyone’s favourite Gudetama, here is an ultimate guide to themed cafes in Singapore.
1. Pompompurin Café


The Pompompurin Café is the first Sanrio character cafe to hit our shores. Pick a table in Pompompurin’s garden to get an unobstructed view of the larger-than-life Pompompurin figurine while savouring hearty, character-styled mains such as taco rice, pancakes and spaghetti. Find out more about the food here.
Address: #04-08, Orchard Central
Hours: 11AM – 1030PM
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2. DC Comics Superheroes Café
Team Batman or Team Superman? From Batman’s Dark Knight charcoal-black-bun burger to Superman’s bolognaise linguine, show where your loyalties lie with these superhero-themed food and drinks inspired by the DC superheroes.
Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, Bay Level 01-03 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, The Shoppes, 018972
Hours: 11AM – 1130PM
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3. Gudetama Café


Fans of Gudetama the lazy egg, we come bearing egg-citing news. Joining the ranks of other themed cafes in Singapore is the Gudetama Cafe, serving up an egg-cellent range of mains such as the cajun chicken with waffles, salmon benedict and ribeye steak. Every dish is endearingly adorned with the character’s nonchalant expression we’ve all grown to love. SHOUT recommends the TA-MA-GO, a sushi lookalike dessert featuring two layers of delicious cheesecake coated in rice puffs topped with an egg sponge cake, served with matcha curd and maple syrup.
Address: #01-61 Suntec City Mall, 3, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
Hours: 9AM – 8PM
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4. Hello Kitty Orchid Garden Cafe
Designed to emulate our garden city, Hello Kitty Orchid Garden at Changi Airport is reminiscent of a lush garden blooming with flora and fauna. The world’s first 24-hour Hello City café offers fans a character-style menu inspired by local flavours alongside life-sized Hello Kitty figurines for photo opportunities.
Address: 5 Airport Boulevard, Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 3 Arrival Meeting Hall Central, #01-22
Hours: 24H
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5. Pokemon Café

Pokemon fans, be very excited – again. The Pokemon pop-up cafe is returning for its second edition inspired by the latest games – Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon – and we’ve taken it upon ourselves to check out the revamped space here. Look forward to a spanking new interior, new menu items as well as a 3D photo booth. Everyone’s favourite Pokeball mug has since been upgraded to a Great ball mug.
Address: #04-05, 200 Victoria Street, Singapore 188021
Hours: 11AM – 11PM
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6. Charlie Brown Café

Charlie Brown is Southeast Asia’s No. 1 Peanuts Comic Strip cafe that offers a halal-certified, themed dining and retail experience. Be charmed by the ever-adorable duo of Charlie Brown and Snoopy at this cosy space adorned with Peanuts characters, sculptures and a photo booth. Do not miss out on their signature crepes and cappuccino adorned with Snoopy coffee art.
Address: 8 Grange Road, #04-01 Cathay Cineleisure Orchard | 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, One KM, OneKM, Singapore 437157
Hours: 11AM – 11PM
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7. Central Perk
If we can’t get a F.R.I.E.N.D.S. reunion, we can, at the very least, have a cafe to materialise the show’s legacy  – and Central Perk it rightfully is. Recreated from the original sitcom, this nostalgic themed cafe also features a character themed wall and iconic furniture from the show. It offers a selection of main courses, drinks and desserts, with mains aptly named after the main character – we’ve done up a food review here.
Address: 1 Magazine Road #01-01, Singapore 059567
Hours: 10AM – 10PM
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8. Hungry Heroes
Housed in a shophouse in Little India, Hungry Heroes is the first superhero-themed cafe in Singapore specialising in American grub –  towering burgers, share-worthy platters of meat and craft beers are essentially the superpowers of Hungry Heroes. Be mesmerised by the life-sized statues, figurines and movie posters of some of your favourite superheroes on display as you tuck into a hearty meal here.
Address: 33 Tessensohn Road, 217656
Hours: 4 – 11PM (Tue-Fri), 12PM – 11PM (Sat, Sun, PH)
(more information here)

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