First there were Candy Crush-inspired cakes. Then Nails of the Day came along. Then the official Candy Crush Saga socks. There’s really no denying that Candy Crush has now become a pop icon. But how popular is Candy Crush really? Popular enough to have its own restaurant.
Netizens in Malaysia spotted Restoran Candy Crush which is a hole in the wall restaurant named after King’s wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga. The article also mentions that this place serves “Express Economy Bak kut teh” and one should think twice before eating here. I was curious, so I Googled bak kut teh and found out that it’s basically a soup made from meat bones (meat bones tea, if translated literally). So given that it’s “express” and “economy” I think I’d rather be eating candies.