The Soup Spoon Cartoon Network Cafe at Punggol Waterway Point

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The Soup Spoon Group has a Cartoon Network  cafe (themed) at Punggol Waterway Point.

Cartoon Network  fans would go gaga over Ben10, Powerpuff girls, We Bare Bears and Adventure Time! The cute menu itself heightened our expectations.

 

Even I am impressed at the efforts taken to make our food adorable.

 

Look at the cute milk shake! I could not resist a Ben10 root beer float! Must Order 🙂

The highlight for the cafe are the indoor decorations, featuring the wall cartoons and overhanging characters. It really brings our dining experience up one level.

 

You might be able to enjoy Cartoon Network screening at one corner too.

While waiting for their food, kids can doodle their own cartoon creations. 

 

Our dinner did not disappoint. “Adventure Time waffles”, We Bare Bear steaks, or Ben10 pizza.

Never mind if we got the food item names wrong, the themed food are too cute to eat. Wait, we must feed our Instagram first 🙂

The Soup Spoon Cartoon Network
The Soup Spoon Cartoon Network

As the main course roll out one by one, they all put a smile on our face. We have not even tasted the dish yet but the cartoons are a Plus factor.

 

The food is actually quite appetising, Kang loved his Grizzy Beef Burger 🙂  

Do order the chicken drumlets 🙂

(r) Finn’s Black Pepper Seafood Pasta

Our appetiser and desserts (Milk shakes) really stole the show.

 

Please ask for deserts to be served last. Otherwise kids would be too engrossed in finishing their milk shake and desserts before their main course.

Cartoon Network Cafe
Cartoon Network Cafe

 

If you are a Cartoon Network fan, do head down to Punggol waterway’s “The Soup Spoon Cartoon Network Cafe” soon. Take note Cartoon Network decoration and themed food is only available at Punggol branch.

 

We would like to thanks The Soup Spoon for the fun and interesting invite, we had fun taking photos and enjoying our dinner.

Cycling Seletar North

When we went cycling Seletar North area, we found some interesting landscapes. Sand, airport and this scenic water body between Punggol Timor Island and Punggol Barat Island.
Cycling Sengkang West

Never heard of Punggol Timor or Punggol Barat?
You are not alone, as everyone only knows about Coney Island :p
seletar sengkang cycling map

Referring to map above (credit Google), let us orientate our route Cycling Seletar North, checkpoints :
1 – Sungei Punggol Dam (If you head North pass Marina Country Club, you will reach Punggol End, Coney Island)
2 – The water body between Punggol Timor and Punggol Barat
3 – Seletar Airport
4 – Yishun Dam
5 – Take new road Seletar Aerospace Way to reach Sengkang Fernvale or Jalan Kayu

Video (Link) : Kids ride faster when I nag :p

Some of the checkpoints along our cycling route. Dam at Sungei Punggol.
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You will not miss these colourful dormitories. Are these workers busy building North East’s infrastructure and public housing?
Cycling Seletar

Vast amount of sand along Punggol Timor Island! (just in case Singapore’s neighbours try to disrupt our construction sector). It reminds me of those slides down Pinnacles’s sand dunes (in Perth).

This might also explain why the stretch of road along Seletar North is more dusty.
Sand bank Seletar

At “checkpoint 2”, I told Yee not all snails are escargots, and we normally do not eat snails raw.
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Cycle further down and you will see aeroplanes on the tarmac of Seletar Airport.
How to go to  Seletar Airport
Cycling to Seletar Airport

Take note of overgrown scrubs along certain stretch of Seletar West Link. We might need to push our bikes. We miss the left-turn at Seletar Aerospace Way “checkpoint 5” and ended near TPE “checkpoint 6”.

This detour cost us an additional 45 minutes as there was no cycling path and we had to push the bike for about 1.5km!
seletar aerospace

I am very proud of the adventurous spirits displayed by the kids. Although we were tired (and hungry), and it was getting tough to cycle in dim light, we persevered and reach home safely together 🙂

Additional tips :
– Females should not cycle or jog alone, as these corners are very quiet and has thick vegetation
– Round trip cycling from Anchorvale Swimming Pool to Seletar Airport is around 9km, add 5km to reach Jalan Kayu
– The Marina Country club should be another interesting sight, you can see “boats” parked under the green roofs
(Marina Country Club is about 3km away from Punggol MRT)
– Easy cycling should cover this distance in under 90 minutes, we stop over for some “candid poses”
– The pathway (check the video) after Sungei Punggol Dam is a bit narrow, we need to share the path with joggers, cyclists and foreign workers
– As we get nearer to Seletar Airport, you will hear planes flying overhead (video at 7.48 minute)
– If you are really lost, bus 103 and 117 serves Seletar Aerospace area

* if you have time and energy to spend, try cycling 4.5km across Yishun Dam “Checkpoint 4” towards Orchid Country Club and Lower Seletar Reservoir. Mandai Park Connector will link you to Singapore Zoo (10 km). (The shallow water at Lower Seletar Reservoir waterplay area is very popular with toddlers)

Seletar Airport map

Our Sengkang-Punggol round trip video is not up yet, but you can read about our Coney Island experience.

Forget Punggol Waterway Point, you will definitely find more adventures along Seletar North and Sengkang West 🙂