Hello Kitty Cafe Popup Container - Irvine

Got invited to the Hello Kitty Cafe
Pop-up Container opening
at the Irvine Spectrum.

 The unit is truly a shipping container
turned into a kitchen.

This is the first container kitchen
in the food service industry in Orange County.

 As you walk into the container to order,
you'll see the menu on the above monitor.

 Inside the kitchen.

Having worked on a food truck,
the container is just a bit wider
than a food truck.

 The Hello Kitty gift box 
and bow water bottles.

 The dessert items on display

Photo by Hello Kitty Cafe
Here's a closer view of the menu

The Strawberry Custard Puff looks good

 After ordering, you go around to the other
side of the container to pick up your drinks.

 The drink pick up area

 Some of the characters on
the back container door.

See What Jay Eats...

 A drink with the Hello Kitty logo in foam

 Enjoying my Strawberry Mint Lemonade.

I really enjoyed this drink
on a warm day.

 It's time to sample some of the sweets.

 For today's private event,
Chocolate Opera Cake and Mixed Berry Tart

 Chocolate Opera Cake
tasting size for the event.

 Mixed Berry Tart
tasting size for the event.

Since this was a private event
 They served some adult beverages
to the VIP guests.

Yup, a Hello Kitty vintage.

 Always the consummate host...

I was helping the Hello Kitty bartender
open wine and sparkling wine bottles.

Not sure who gave her the worst opener,
but taught her how to open the bottles with it.
(occupational hazard)

 The Hello Kitty Cafe
Pop-up Container
looks to be a fun place
for Hello Kitty fans.

Lots of Hello Kitty drinks and eats
and keep your eyes open for
some special merchandise in the future.

On Friday, July 15, 2016,
The Hello Kitty Cafe
Pop-up Container
is Open for Business!

Irvine Spectrum
(Giant Wheel Court)
93 Spectrum Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92618

NOTE:  I was a guest of Hello Kitty Cafe,
I thank them for the invitation and their hospitality.
All comments and opinions are strictly my own.

Photos by Jay Terauchi
unless otherwise noted
Jay Eats Worldwide
©Jay Terauchi


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