Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino has been making its rounds online. And while the colourful drink may not be available here (yet), there are plenty of other unicorn foods, and drinks, you can tuck into in Singapore.
For the uninitiated, “unicorn food”, according to The New York Times, refers to “any food item jazzed up with dye or cute accessories like fruit cut into little shapes or mountains of pastel marshmallows”. This food trend also encompasses Instagram-worthy rainbow-hued food and drink.
In the meantime, here’s a guide to 10 places with colourful foods to get you started:
Text: The Straits Times / Additional Reporting: Sean Tan