201 Victoria Street
#05-04/05/06 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The 3 penguin rice balls are so cute! The salmon and the rice go well with the Bechamel salted egg sauce!

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Instead of dipping the cold soba into soy sauce, this cold soba has its own special creamy sauce to pair with it. Unique and interesting!

Go during 12-2pm for their lunch set which is super worth it! $11 per set with a main course, cold drink and a soft serve, super worth it!

The mousse cake gave a flavour progression with a heavy sweetness at the end.
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“Hairlarious” Princess Dessert at S$18++.
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Read on foodgem.sg/food/cafe/dreamworks-koukou-cafe
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Where to dine?
DreamWorks KouKou Cafe
201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #05-04/05/06, 188067

🎉🎊 Think of popular animation characters of @dreamworksanimation like KungFu Panda🐼, Madagascar🦁🐧🌴, Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon and Trolls be presented to you on the dining tables. Dear Dreamworks fans💕, its time to head down for an unforgettable dining experience with these insta-worthy and creative dishes at @dreamworkskoukoucafe! 🤹💃
📷 Featuring the Secret Ingredient Noodle Soup 🍲 with rich Kimchi and Umami flavours, together with clams, prawns, mussels and squid in spicy collagen broth. The kimchi ramen is served with Po and Mei Mei man-tous. #dreamworkskoukoucafe

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And it really makes me wonder why KouKou? Named after the Chinese character “口”, as adorable as the bite-sized characters. Let’s have a quick look to find out what’s in DreamWorks KouKou Asian-inspired menu – Main courses from Korean Kimchi Ramen to Vietnamese Pho to Japanese Soba, sides, desserts and a range of speciality drinks. Most of the main course is accompanied by bite-sized mantous with cute characters like Shrek, Princess Fiona, Po, Mei Mei, Marty or Melman.
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Featuring my favourite dish from DreamWorks Koukou Cafe – Kimchi ramen.
The kimchi ramen was packed with assorted seafood including prawns, clams, mussels, squids in spicy collagen broth. A little spicy, a little sweet with a hint of seafood and kimchi in the broth body. I must admit that I ate most of this! HAHA!!
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Secret Ingredient Noodle Soup at S$23++.
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Read on foodgem.sg/food/cafe/dreamworks-koukou-cafe
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Where to dine?
DreamWorks KouKou Cafe
201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #05-04/05/06, 188067

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What are kou kous?

Don't naughty ah. They are small dumplings interpretation of Dreamworks characters like Kungfu Panda, Madagascar, Toothless, Shrek and more! Here's one of my favorite dishes there - Secret Ingredient Noodle Soup ($23), essentially a comforting bowl of kimchi noodles with GENEROUS SERVINGS of seafood, and of course 2 photogenic mantous. Ok la the mantou is just for the photo's sake.
You can enjoy all of these plus their exclusive merchandise at the outlet at Bugis plus - Level 5! #05-04 to 06!

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