Thailand Travel Blog – Bangkok Sanrio Hello Kitty House

I was super delighted upon hearing that Thailand has its first Sanrio¬†Hello Kitty House Bangkok in Siam Square One shopping mall! This Hello Kitty’s main focus is on sweet treats. Only premium ingredients are used such as butter and flour from France, chocolate from Belgium and strawberries from Japan and Korea, are used in the cakes and pastries, with more than 30 kinds of desserts available every day. ūüôā Hello Kitty House Store Front Thankfully my travel pals were accommodating enough to accompany me there. Initially I thought that this Hello Kitty House is a cafe only, but it is has also the other departments such as the spa and gift shop all combined under one roof. We were there in the afternoon and queued (whilst seated on the bench located outside the cafe) for about 15 mins before we were served. The whole concept is just so PINK. Pink Kitty, Pink leather chairs, Pink banquettes, Pink Sugar servings, Pink bottles etc. It’s as if we’re wearing pink tinted glasses when we are in the cafe. ¬†ūüôā ¬† Kawaii! Just in case you’re tired of waiting to be served, you could get yourself a drink at their counter too. I didn’t manage to take the photos of the kitty plastic cups which are available on sale too. Upon entering the cafe,¬†we were greeted by the selection of pretty Hello Kitty cakes, pancakes, cupcakes etc on the left. I wished there were more cakes made in the kitty face shape just like the ones sold in Singapore’s Breadtalk. Haha. Other than cakes, there’s also light meals such as Sushi, and drinks such as Coffee, Tea and Smoothies. This place is a self-service cafe. So its good to have a friend seated at the assigned table by the waitress then proceed to make your orders at the counter. The price ranges from 30baht to 280baht which is still rather affordable. On the right, there is this super big framed hello kitty face outline¬†which demarcates the other section of the cafe¬†and a life size statue of kitty having a teabreak. ¬† Check out the seats. I super love the chairs! We were seated on the ground floor but there’s actually another level for more seats upstairs too. The whole cafe can cater up to 150 pax apparently. Therefore I think it’s actually possible for fans to do a 16th / 21st/ 30th or even 50th and 60th birthday celebration at this place,...

Hong Kong Travel Blog: #1 – Ah Meow Cat Caf√©, The Cat Lovers’ Paradise

At¬†Ah Meow Cat Caf√©, cat¬†lovers can spend an¬†idyllic afternoon with cats while eating kitty-themed food, drinks and desserts. There are really so many adorable types of¬†cats and they are all either walking around or napping at the shelves or even on the table top. Take the lift to the 3rd floor and turn left. The WHOLE place is decorated with kitty paintings, accessories, merchandise, food etc. ¬†It’ll be best to make a reservation if you intend to dine there as it’s mostly filled when we were there for late lunch at 2.30pm. Cat merchandise Cats Postcards Chocolate Cats! Choco ¬†I like the fish-bone chocolate design. The chocolate pricing is around HKD$15 a piece ¬†/ ~SGD$2.50. The cat below was sound asleep on the laptop! There’s many more cats sleeping but you just need to be able to spot them. The table top is also cat-themed. On the food, I personally do not recommend the Udon dish as it’s rather plain. However, do try the Sausage with Fruits Salad. It’s tasty and refreshing. Udon Sausage with Fruit Salad *Thumbs Up* ! Our Group Pic:¬† ¬† ¬†Almost every customer there is hooked on taking pictures or playing with the kitties and vying for their attention. ¬† Before we left, we took some pictures with the cat masks! ūüôā Ah Meow Cat Caf√©¬†Po Ming Building, Level 32-6 Foo Ming StreetCauseway BayHong Kong Tel: +852 2710 9953 Cost per pax: ~HKD$40-100 Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs : 12pm – 11pm ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† Fri – Sat : 12pm – 12pm ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† Sun: 12pm – 10pm...

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