Hello Kitty hits the streets, the dinner table and the skies
After being emblazoned on furniture, toilet paper, apple pie and airplanes, Hello Kitty is now available in dumpling form in a restaurant in Hong Kong.
After being emblazoned on furniture, toilet paper, apple pie and airplanes, Hello Kitty is now available in dumpling form with the opening of the cartoon-themed restaurant in Hong Kong.
The Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine restaurant offers 37 menu options including stir-fried noodles and dumplings bearing her trademark whiskers, bowtie, ears and moon-shaped face. Here’s a look at some of the ways the ageless feline character has been immortalized over the years.
Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine
Dumplings at Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine at the newly opened Hong Kong restaurant.
Chinese noodles are embellished with a bowtie and rice is given whiskers and eyes at the Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine restaurant.
Hello Kitty Cafe
Hello Kitty sandwich at the pop-up Hello Kitty Cafe at the Shibuya Parco shopping center in Japan last year.
Hello Kitty-themed rooms at the Keio Plaza Hotel Tama in Japan, created to help the character fete her 40th birthday last year.
Taiwanese airline Eva Air emblazoned a small fleet of their aircrafts with Hello Kitty characters.
Eva Air flight attendants pose with trays of Hello Kitty-themed airplane food.
The Hello Kitty Cafe food truck in California
A food truck in California that launched last November serves Hello Kitty-themed petit-fours.