The inside of this creamery in Singapore is pretty, a "Le Petit Prince" theme complete with wall art, lots of books and decorations with "The Little Prince" on them. It exudes a very relaxing and ethereal sense of charm, bringing out the stirrings of perennial child and fairy-tales in us. It's a creamery dedicated to Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) which is the most famous work of the French writer and poet Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Many people have been touched by this beloved classic, which while written as a children’s book, speaks volumes about life and relationships.
You can find drawings that resembles a homely decorated house, with a drawing of the Le Petit Prince on the opposite of what seems to be him being carried into the sky by some birds. A lot of books are also on display, all of which either The Little Prince books in various languages. Situated in a Singapore's heartland neighbourhood estate at Blk 47 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, it is both a refuge and a haven for those who wish to escape the realities of adulthood, just for a few moments.
One’s childhood wouldn’t be complete if they haven’t read this book - his legendary book The Little Prince has been one of the all-time favorites of young folks and it has been one of the books I read and reread during my high school years. Fast forward to the present, having this Little Prince Café around just brings back good old memories.
Opened by the same people behind The Little Prince Cafe, this outlet serves as a extension of their first outlet at Somme Road. This new outlet only serves ice-cream with waffles for now during its soft-launch period, with only limited flavours available. They have plans to serve similar bakes that are currently served at their Somme Road outlet, as well as mains and other dishes that they are currently unable to serve as they are not able to cook within the old outlet.
The Little Prince Creamery gave me much of the impression left by The Little Prince Cafe which I visited earlier this year. Think the fans of the other outlet would find themselves loving this one even more; in terms of space and variety, and those who are fans of the story would be interested to visit.
Lots of whimsical details decorate the space. Artwork and famous lines from the book are scrawled on the walls and tables.
The interior is really amazing. It is well-planned and brilliantly-designed. It has paintings and quotes on the walls and tables derived from the favorite book of the owner, The Little Prince.
I love the hand painted walls because it seems to bring us into the world of friction. Plus, it adds on a personal touch. Simply love the drawing of Little Prince on the wall. You will have the feeling that you are in wonderland.
Having a cup of your favorite joe, while reading your used-to-be favorite book is one of those few instances that will make you feel good for no profound or logical reason at all. It just is. So simple yet so favorite worthy.
It seems like this coffee house has been peeled off from the story book itself. The walls, all whitewashed and sketched with some ideas from the book, looks interesting and reminding, especially to people who read the book.
Creative and outstanding artwork.
Poster combine with artworks.
The cafe is worth a visit for fans of The Little Prince and for those who are looking to laze the afternoon away at cafe with an unusual concept. Reasonable pricing and friendly service staff is a plus too! I really enjoyed being there and would highly recommend this place to all!
My previous blog post on their sister cafe The Little Prince Cafe located at Somme Road visited in January this year:
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