This post was brought to you by Hello Kitty

When JustJenn emailed me a few days ago asking if I was free to go to lunch at Royal/T, I jumped at the chance. I didn’t care that it was in Culver City, over an hour away or that I had visited Royal/T last year. I was going to hang out with her and a few other bloggers and celebrate the icon Hello Kitty.

I never really got into Hello Kitty as a kid. My aunts would always get me Little Twin Stars instead (another product produced by Sanrio). Maybe my aunts knew something I didn’t know like that I am deathly allergic to cats. Oh well. I still adore Hello Kitty.

In addition to showcasing art related to Hello Kitty. The menu at Royal/T also had a special menu devoted to the icon of all things cute: waffles, pancakes and the pinacle being the Hello Kitty High Tea, which was filled with sushi, pressed sandwiches, brownie bites cupcakes, a pot of tea and a decorated Hello Kitty cookie.

It was all very cute and eating surrounded by all things relating to Hello Kitty certainly set the mood.

The Three Apples Hello Kitty exhibit goes on until Sunday, November 15.

Read more posts on the exhibit by JustJenn, The Food Librarian or Nanette. Additional photos from Sarah Kuhn or me.

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