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My daughter had the flu and was resting in the hotel the whole day, but we had been waiting so long to get to the Unicorn cafe so we decided to take a tuk-tuk there even though she was a bit under the weather.
The staff wasn’t really friendly and the floor could be cleaner. Tea was nice though. Not worth visiting especially Cos I took two trains to find it, I was disappointed with the staffs lack of customer service. Walked in and sat down for 30 mins...More
NIce food and flooded with unicorns soft toys , wall paper abit of the cheaper printing for decoration as the print was blown up to the size and the images are blurrish.
location abit in between the small streets but overall rating still cool
My kids had lots of fun going around taking pictures all over the cafe. There were stuffed unicorns for diners to hug or take pictures with, but they looked worn (& not laundered). There were many rainbow/ unicorn themed food & they were all yummy....More
I have seen so many cool photos of the Unicorn Cafe on Instagram that I just had to put this on my list. I thought this would be such a treat for my girls.
The excitement was great when we arrived at the cafe and...More
We surprised our 8 year old and brought her to this cafe... we rented the costumes and bought a dessert and the rainbow cheese fries. Just go. The food is not good and the place is a little run down - but we made memories...More
This place will make you feel that you're in a rainbow, full of unicorns! Super loved the ambiance, perfect for ig posts.
The staff were welcoming and kind, food were served in time. Oh and even their food are colorful!
The only reason why I...More
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