Planning the family gathering or meal outing with your friends and kids? Looking for family-friendly places that are fun for kids and give peace of mind for parents? Look no more!
Here are 10 kids-friendly cafés and restaurants are perfectly designed for families to feel right at home and keep your little ones busy, happy and full. These places offer special children menu, playgrounds or play areas, gorgeous interior, crayons, children activities and much more for children to enjoy and stay busy.
Open Farm Community
It is an open-concept kitchen and restaurant in Dempsey. Every month, curated farmer’s markets allow guests to deepen the pleasures of simple, freshly harvested ingredients that is both nourishing and a visual feast. There are the outdoor playground, table tennis table, lawn bowling and diaper-changing facility.
Getting there: 130E Minden Road,Singapore 248819
Find out more: http://www.openfarmcommunity.com
It is a family-friendly Mussels and Belgian Beer restaurant which has 3 outlets in Singapore (Robertson Quay, Big Splash in East Coast Park and Sentosa Cove). The restaurant is spacious, it has over 180 kinds of beer to choose from, delicious meals and deserts for adults and kids. Their outdoor area with toys will defenetely keep your kids occupied. It is the perfect restaurant for a lazy saturday lunch, or a noisy family and friends gathering!
Find out more: https://brusselssprouts.com.sg
Marché Mövenpick Suntec City
European marketplace feeling in the heart of Singapore!
Enjoy home-made European specialties and various refined foods – prepared right before your eyes at several market stalls. Children can enjoy an indoor play corner for kids and a great atmosphere.
Getting there: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #01-612/614
This Italian restaurant is located right on Siloso Beach, Sentosa overlooking South China Sea. Its open-air layout offers an ideal chill-out spot for families. There is a playground for kids as well as a very sweet and smart pizza dough making station off of the kitchen and within eyesight and earshot of the dining tables.
Getting there: Beachside at the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort&Spa
The Bake Bar+Bistro
Great food and kids-friendly! This restaurant is located in the middle of a Singapore’s business district, offering international and western cousine. On weekends and public holidays, kids eat for free with every paying adult!
The kids will defenetely enjoy the playroom (only on weekends) which is packed with various toys, building blocks tables, ball pool or a basketball hoop.They also can watch cartoons or enjoy colouring.
Getting there: 1 Shenton Way, One Shenton, #01-01, Singapore 068803
This café is a Thai-Western cafe serving Thai delights alongside simple Western fare at affordable prices. Besides the delicious food, they offer a unique experience where kids and adults can get crafty at the same time. For just $5 per hour (2 hours on weekdays), they offer free-flow art materials for kids to create little works of art at the Craft Corner while parents can dine in peace.
Eat.Play.Love Café does not serve pork, lard or alcohol and also is not Halal.
Getting there: 28 Aliwal Street #01-07, Singapore 199918
Quentin’s –the Eurasian Restaurant
This Restaurant introduces the Eurasian past and future cuisine, passed down from generations and to carry the tradition and introduction of new creations to the future generations! For kids, there is so many toys and fun activities like cars, children books and DVDs, ball pit, slide and pretend play area. The set-up comes with a glass partition, so you can keep an eye on your little ones.
Getting there: 139 Ceylon Road, Eurasian Community House, Singapore, 429744
Café Melba (Goodman Arts Centre)
Cafe Melba is a relaxed cafe and restaurant which presents an ultimate casual all-day dining experience, a tranquil escape away from the bustling hectic city. Café Melba is a very kids-friendly place with special children menu and play area. On weekends your kiddos can have fun at two outdoor bouncy castles.
Find out more: http://www.cafemelba.com.sg/
Tree Lizard Restaurant & Bar
Hidden away in a lush corner of Dempsey Hill, Tree Lizard Restaurant & Bar is surrounded by lush greenery and open spaces. Its relaxed atmosphere gives a feel of nostalgic colonial days.
The restaurant setting provides comfort to all guests, be they young or old. During the day, it is an ideal place for families with young children who can play on the great 3-tier playground and the large field or simply build sand castles in the sand pit.
Address:B1-01, 25 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249670 (Monday is closed, except PH)
Find out more: http://www.treelizard.com.sg
Seb’s Bistro & The Playhouse (Rochester Park)
It is a french-inspired restaurant with an indoor and outdoor playground. The outdoor playground features a trampoline, while the indoor playground, called The Playhouse, allows you to leave your kids while you enjoy your meal with your spouse.
Address: 7 Rochester Park, Singapore 139218 (Monday is closed)
Tel: +65 6773 1312 (Seb’s Bistro) | +65 6776 6683 (The Playhouse)
Bricks ‘N’ Cubes Café
If your children love lego, this lego-themed café is an ideal place for them to play and parents to have their coffee.
Address: The Cathay, 2 Handy Road #02-12/14, Singapore 229233
Find out more: http://www.bricksncubes.sg
Timbre @ Gillman is a live music venue that showcases a roster of home-grown music acts. Its expansive al fresco setting is also great for big group gatherings.
Every weekend, Timbre transforms into a family favourite with its Super Social BBQ programme, offering complimentary thematic activities for the kids and an extensive BBQ and beer menu.
Address: 9 Lock Road Singapore 108937
Find out more: www.gillmanbarracks.com
Maple Loft Café
It is a spacious lifestyle café, serving good ice cream, waffles and vintage goodies!
Tel: +65 62256684
Food for Thought (Botanic Gardens)
Surrounded by lush greenery, 250-seater eco-conscious restaurant features upcycled milk-tin lamps and full-height glass walls that let in plenty of natural light. Large tables, generous aisles, a safely enclosed playground and a wheelchair ramp encourage family and community bonding and allow to serve visitors from all walks of life.
Address: 1 Cluny Road, Tanglin Gate, #B1-00, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Find out more: http://www.foodforthought.com.sg
Casa Verde (Botanic Gardens)
Casa Verde is a casual trattoria nestled within the lush greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Apart from wholesome and affordable pastas, Italian sandwiches, and wood-fired thin crust pizzas, Casa Verde also offers a number of local favourites.
If you are in the mood of picnic, then you can rent a picnic basket set for only SGD30.00 and have fun with your family.
Address: 1 Cluny Rd, 259569, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Find out more: http://www.casaverde.com.sg
Zaffron Kitchen @ East Coast
Decked in shades of orange, grey and brown, this 96-seater restaurant showcases a cosmopolitan and modern ambience. The unique sight at this modern Indian restaurant is a play area for kids aged seven and below. The owners constructed a wooden playhouse that is filled with kid-friendly toys.
Address: 135/137 East Coast Road, 428822
Find out more: http://zaffronkitchen.com