The 600-meter cafe, which sells Barbie-themed food and drink including macaroons, iced biscuits, sundaes, and cakes – is located in the shopping district of Taipei.

Its interior is heaped with hot-pink sofas, neon pink tables shaped like stilleto heels, chairs decorated with fuzzy pink tutus and red corsets, and illustrations of Barbie herself in a number of different outfits. Staffs wear bright pink Barbie logo T-shirts, pink tutus, Barbie armbands, and sparkly tiaras.

US toymaker Mattel has licensed Taiwan’s restaurant group Sinlaku to operate the Barbie Cafe and hoped that the new establishment in a bustling shopping district in the capital Taipei would help promote Barbie as a fashion brand.

Taiwan has a long history with Barbie as it used to be a manufacturing centre for the dolls until Mattel relocated its production lines to China and elsewhere to lower costs in the late 1980s.

According to the Internet