Thursday, March 19, 2015

6 Great DIY Ideas for Magic Theme Party

1. Use red, black and white!

Magic is commonly associated with red, black and white because of the poker cards!

2. Use Cards a decorations

Cards and cloth with card prints are easily accessible so use them as part of the decorations: 

3. Magic Potion

Want some magic? Drink some potion then:
Bandung lookalike Pink Magic Potion

4. Card Chocolates

Print on a printer a chocolate sleeve and slot them into the long flat chocolates. Give them as part of the goodie boxes or for your candy buffet table.

5. Use black and white food

Use items like black and white M&Ms for your candy buffet. You can even have fruits like strawberry (red heart), black grapes (black) and raspberry for healthier option. Add a soft toy rabbit as a final touch. 

6. Disappearing Food

It is a nice touch to customise your food to suit your theme! You can have items like 'Carrots for Magician's Rabbits, bounce-no bounce meatballs (injoke for magicians) and . What we really love is this:
Yup, it's all gone! I told you they are vanishing...
All the best for your magic theme party! Don't forgot to book Mr Bottle's Birthday Magic Show for your kids too! You can even book our I wannabe a magician workshop for your kids too!

Lots of surprises in Mr Bottle's Magic Show!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

LEGO Themed Restaurant: Bricks N Cubes


As the cafe's name 'Bricks N Cubes', one can easily relate to Lego. It is located at The Cathay, accessible to all. Not only children are fascinated by Lego, many adults build and collect Legos. The bricks we see today was launched in 1958, which is more than half a century. Surprisingly, this 'toy' never loss its appeal even as the world develops. With the Lego Movie, LEGOLAND in Malaysia, I guessed the popularity of Lego has definitely increased somewhat.
There are many interesting things inside the restaurant, including the QR Code, Calendar & Tips Box that are made using Lego. To make it more fun, they can customize the tables and sofa seats to Lego bricks!

Ipads with Lego games and a kids corner with Legos and television will be definitely be able to meet the interest of different kids, while the adults can relax and enjoy cakes from Gobi and coffee from Indonesia.

We were invited to a kid's birthday party for their entertainment. It seems that the restaurant is experiencing shortage of staff (as with many restaurants in Singapore), as I overhead the staff told a walk-in customer that other than the party, diners have to wait for 1 hour for the food to be served. 

Overall, Bricks N Cubes is a cosy and interesting café for families.
Opening Hours: 
  Sun – Thurs: 12pm – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 12pm – 12am
Closed on selected public holidays

Address: The Cathay, 2 Handy Road #02-12/14, Singapore, Singapore 229233

Contact: +65 6735 7571