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8 Jalan Klapa
Singapore 199320

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm


12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Cheers to more new beginnings, happiness and friendships. Have a bear-y good year everyone. #tingzieeats #burpple

Here’s me cheering your mid week up with super cute shots of @kumoya_singapore Sesame Street cafe!
Pictured food items :
1. Truffle Chicken Spam Fries ($13.80)
2. Japanese croquette rice with cream sauce (S$22.90)
3. Cookie shot and matcha milk (S$14.90) which comes with the Cookie Monster keychain!
@kumoya_singapore I’ll be back! 🤣

Revamped from the now-defunct Karafuku is this adorable cafe in Bugis that boasts an array of themed foods and desserts that folks of all ages will enjoy. Start with Oscar’s Teriyaki Chicken Katsu Burger ($24.90) — the kids will love the theatrics of it! Expect your chicken katsu dipped in teriyaki sauce and stuffed into a green matcha mantou that is made to look like the Sesame Street Character's face. Dessert-wise, choose from their selection of Mini Eclairs ($3 each) — Yuzu, Sakura, Café Au Lait, Hazelnut Chocolate, Ichigo Chantilly and more. Otherwise, their Sakura Yogurt Parfait ($14.90) is a foolproof option that features a soufflé cheese cake served with vanilla pudding, dango, sakura syrup and berries.
Photo by Burppler Suzanna Wong

The name’s a mouthful, but for those who grew up with Sesame Street, just be prepared for some sensory overload with their decor, merchandise and the creative menu with the Sesame Street theme until 29 December 2019, before they changed to another cartoon theme.

During the visit, I ordered this as my main course (S$24.90), which came with a piece of chicken Katsu dipped in teriyaki sauce, and stuffed into Oscar’s mouth, made of green Matcha Mantou. Beneath Oscar’s “head”, the garden salad lined the base of the trash bin (now, wasn’t that inappropriate?). Burgers were never complete without fries, and thus the crispy curly fries was there to fill the plate, though I also wished they could give more fries as shown in the menu. In terms of the taste, I would say that the savoury profile of the teriyaki Katsu was well-balanced against the sweet-ish Mantou which tasted quite fresh as well, so I was indeed pleased with this order.

Some of the food items and merchandise seemed to have run out during the visit, so I would think that one should visit Kumoya early to experience this theme before more goodies got out of stock and more plushies got stained or soiled by mishandling.


They’re celebrating 50 years of entertaining kids and adults alike. Feeling nostalgic. What a childhood we’ve had. #tingzieeats #burpple

From today until 29 Dec 2019, Kumoya X Sesame Street “Let’s Celebrate” ‪available for diners to enjoy ‬inspired menu special crafted by Shirley Wong (@littlemissbento). Feature 123 n 321 Oscar’s Teriyaki Chicken Katsu Burger is the one.

Green soft matcha bun served with chicken katsu dipped into teriyaki sauce, lettuce, cheese and tomatoe. Beneath the burger , diners can find fresh salad that come along with curly fries. 💰$24.9
8 Jalan Klapa.