After its debut at the Hello Kitty Convention in Los Angeles earlier in November, the cafe truck parked at the mall on Saturday at 10 a.m., the truck had a line of people waiting for their Hello Kitty-themed food.
Hello Kitty had fans of all ages waiting to buy some adorable desserts. Little girls wearing Hello Kitty t-shirts were in line with their parents. Stickers were given out to everyone waiting patiently and hot chocolate was available to warm fans up from the chilly morning.
Hello Kitty Café could be spotted from a distance with a large crowd surrounding the pink truck with images of the beloved cat and sweets.
One side of the truck had boxes of the treats lined up for display in the window while the other side screamed of cuteness with paintings of characters that fans of all ages could not resist posing for a photo with.
Deciding which items to get was not an easy task since everything was too cute to eat. Fans collected bow-shaped bottled waters as a souvenir and as a thirst quencher. Donuts were characterized by Hello Kitty’s signature red bow, petite cakes were made to look like the Sanrio cartoon character and macarons were adorned with bows and images of the cat.
“Being mobile is good because you can bring Hello Kitty to everybody,” said Allan Tea, managing partner of Hello Kitty Café.
The mobile Hello Kitty Café is the first in the continental U.S.
Some people think that the truck is a preview to the café opening next year.
The Hello Kitty Café team worked on a tight schedule, getting the truck ready for its first appearance at the Hello Kitty Convention in just two months.
Hello Kitty fans all around the country should keep an eye out for the pink truck and their chance to experience Hello Kitty Café.
While Southern California waits for a permanent location of the café to be announced, the truck will be making more stops around the area.
The truck might be bringing cuteness to Los Angeles again, hopefully during the holiday season.
There are more stops being planned for the Hello Kitty Café truck and lovers of the cat all around the U.S.
More people may get a chance to grab some Hello Kitty-themed treats in future.