Unicorn toast that looks like an actual unicorn is too adorable to eat
But this unicorn toast from a Malaysian cafe is one of the few you can actually say is true to the name. Rather than just being a psychedelic rainbow colour, it’s gone further by looking like an actual unicorn, complete with a horn and everything.
The cafe, Haraju-Cube, specialises in Japanese desserts, and the unicorn is pretty darn kawaii.
The limited-edition Unicorn-Berry toast is made out of a charcoal thick toast base, with marshmallow meringue, berry ice-cream, and an ice-cream cone. On top, a cotton candy cloud sits on the pastel creation.
It’s paired with Magic-Potion, a mixed berry ice-cream smoothie:
The treat was launched on May 27 for a period of two weeks, and has been widely popular, said Aaron Tan, Haraju-Cube’s marketing and branding manager.
The cafe makes about 120 to 150 servings of unicorn toast, and typically sells out over weekends, Tan told Mashable.
The cafe has seen a spike in visitors after launching the toast.
Most of the toast’s ingredients are made inhouse, with the exception of the bamboo charcoal toast and the cone.
The Unicorn-Berry costs 32.95 ringgit ($7.68), while the Magic-Potion costs 16.90 ringgit ($3.94). The promotion will end on 10 June.