CLOVE, the all-day dining restaurant at Swissôtel The Stamford, will transform into a CoComelon world from now until April 2022.
Tl;dr: Don’t expect great food at the Pop-up CoComelon Cafe. You are paying for the branding and the licensing rights that the restaurant paid for. Your little ones will have lots of fun here, and it is worth it.
Your kids can enjoy a fully interactive dining experience at the CoComelon-themed restaurant.
Prices range from S$14 to S$18 for the dishes under the toddler’s menu and S$18 to S$26 for the mains from the grown-ups’ section.
Some of the CoComelon dishes that you can look forward to include:
- Tom Tom Favourite Burger (S$16++)
- CoComelon Rubicks Cube (S$16++)
- Bingo Paw Bun (S$18++)
The Bitsy Bites Kids afternoon tea set (S$28) comes with a drink, small bites and desserts that are good for sharing.
Parents who are bored at the CoComelon Cafe will be happy to know that they serve wines (S$9.5 per glass) too.
There is also a merchandise corner near the entrance of the cafe and you can get CoComelon merchandise and toys for your little ones.
To be honest, the selection was pretty underwhelming and we were expecting a wider range of merchandise and toys prior to our visit. Some of the items include CoComelon balloon (S$6), small CoComelon water bottle (S$12), and play sets (S$49).
There is also a play area at the back of the CoComelon Cafe, but only 5 kids are allowed at any point in time.
Do note that the CoComelon-themed restaurant will not be taking in reservations and walk-ins are welcome.
We went there during a weekday afternoon around 3pm and we waited roughly 15 minutes in line.
2 Stamford Road Swissôtel The Stamford, Level 2
Daily: 11am to 10pm