Who didn’t grow up watching Cartoon Network? I definitely did. Popular Cartoon Network shows such as Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10 and We Bare Bears were my essential when I was a kid. During the weekends, I would wake up early in the morning just to catch these shows. Now, these childhood characters come to life and can be found in Singapore’s first-ever Cartoon Network Café at Waterway Point.

Officially opened last Saturday, this Soup Spoon & Cartoon Network collaboration will play host to The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Adventure Time and the bear siblings from We Bare Bears. Guests can expect to enjoy a range of Instagram-worthy dishes created based on these characters. On top of that, this theme cafe is extremely kid-friendly, perfect for a family outing during the weekends. So, what are you waiting for? Relive your childhood memories at the Cartoon Network Café this weekend!

Aren’t the dishes cute? Be sure to bring your kids here and take lots of photos. In frame, Powerpuff Potpie, Pan Pan Calzone, We Bare bears Angus Beef Ribeye Steak, Blossom’s Grilled Chicken Steak, Grizzly Beef Burger, Finn Chicken Burger & Ben Baker Fries & Meatballs. I didn’t get to try everything, so I’ll just share those that I’ve tried.

Ben Baker Fries & Meatballs // $8.90
The meatballs were very flavourful and juicy. It goes well with the cheese and fries at the bottom. Kids will definitely love this!

Omnitrix Pizza // $14.9o
The pizza was really filling since the crust is thick. Crust wasn’t too tough and the beef slices on top was really flavourful. One of my favourite dishes at the theme café.

Blossom’s Grilled Chicken Steak // $14.80
Chicken was well-marinated and well-grilled. I liked the slightly burnt crisp of the chicken skin, and also the special sauce which complemented the chicken very well. Fries were a bit too dry for me. Perhaps a slight seasoning could do the trick!

Grizzly Beef Burger // $18.80
Burger was massive and really very filling. Bun was well-toasted and lightly buttered. Patty was flavourful but was a tad too dry for me. The addition of egg and onion rings in between enhanced the flavour and texture of the chicken. Probably need to share this with your kid if they order this!

Finn’s Black Pepper Seafood Pasta // $18.90
This was in fact a great pasta! Noodles were firm and springy. The sauce was well-cooked and well-balanced. They were also very generous with the seafood servings. I guess this is more for the adults!

Blossom Strawberry Soda // $10.90
Strawberry flavour was light and not overly sweet. Very refreshing and a life-saver in times of hot weather like this!

Finn & Jake Peanut Butter & Banana Milkshake // $14.90
The milkshake wasn’t too heavy. A good blend of peanut butter and banana flavour. Very filling as well.

Pan-Pan’s Brownie with Ice Cream // $12.90
The brownie was really old school, rich and fudgy. Topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, you can’t stop recalling about your childhood. I was satisfied even though it wasn’t the best brownie I’ve tasted.

Here are some pictures of the dishes you might want to try at the café! Would love to try them but my stomach can only take that many food!






So, is the café worth going? I think it is. First of all, you get to relive your childhood memories. Second, you get to bond with your families. Third, if you have children, this is the best place to reward them if they do well in school. For a theme café, the food in general were not too bad! Worth to check them out!

 

 

 

Nearest Mrt Station: Punggol
Location: 83 Punggol Central, #B1-12 Waterway Point Mall (West Wing)
Café Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 7/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

Wei Kai

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Yong Wei Kai
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