Bangkok Has a Magical Unicorn Cafe
The world is full of wacky theme cafes, but few have an aesthetic quite so extreme as the Unicorn Cafe in Thailand, which is the perfect place to go for anyone who ever wanted to eat cake inside of a Lisa Frank binder.
According to Foodbeast, the Unicorn Cafe is located in Bangkok, and the walls are covered in giant murals of majestic unicorns galloping across the night sky. There are crystal chandeliers, gold and pink tufted sofas, and there are stuffed toy unicorns on every surface, including the tables.
From the looks of the photos on the cafe’s Instagram, the only thing in the world more colorful than the Unicorn Cafe’s decor is its food, which includes rainbow-colored cakes, ice cream, waffles, pancakes, and a whole menu of rainbow-colored frozen drinks served in star-shaped glasses.
Not all the dishes are desserts, though. There are hamburgers, which have little cheese horns on top to make them look like unicorns. There’s also a plate of spaghetti in cream sauce topped with a generous helping of chopped bacon. The spaghetti noodles are colored like a rainbow, though, so it’s still on-brand.
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