Food Inspired by Mario’s World – Design You Trust

Food Inspired by Mario’s World

It’s in Super Nintendo World, an area dedicated to Mario’s world in Universal Park in Osaka, Japan, that the Kinopio’s Cafe is located.

On the menu of this snack bar, we can find some dishes straight out of the mustached plumber’s universe: calzones with Japanese noodles enclosed in green shells, a Tiramisu Block shaped after the mystery blocks of the game, a Mario Bacon Cheeseburger or a Toad-shaped Pizza Bowl (with mushrooms inside, of course).

The opening of Super Nintendo World was slated for earlier this month. The perfect place to have a snack between Peach Castle and the Mushroom Kingdom!

h/t: fubiz

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