Top 10 Cafes in Singapore Your Kids will LoveLiving & Lifestyle
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Want to know where you can go for great food, and actually enjoy your meal without worrying about the kids? We’ve picked out the top 10 kid-friendly cafes in Singapore, with wonderful kid facilities so both you and your little ones can enjoy.
The Pantry at Loewen Gardens
Address: 75 Loewen road
Contact: 6474 0441
One thing guaranteed to give your kids much fun? A trampoline and play set! And that is exactly what The Pantry at Loewen Gardens has. Coupled with the kid’s menu, and amazing coffee and scones, The Pantry at Loewen Gardens will give your family a simply splendid time.
Address: 50 Cuscaden Road, Newton
Contact: 6235 5232
Everyone has definitely heard of Hard Rock. Have you heard of how kid-friendly Hard Rock is though? With a variety of burgers and food available on the kid’s menu, along with a range of save-the-planet activities, Hard Rock ensures your kids are occupied with nothing but fun. Note: every child will also be given a balloon, Hard Rock button, and crayons.
Address: 200 Turd Club Road, The Grandstand, #01-20/21
Contact: 6466 3303
Our parents always taught us not to play with our food, but here at Slappy Cakes, that’s exactly what our kids will get to do. From choosing a pancake batter, to decorating pancakes with colourful sauces and toppings – it’s a great way to let our kids’ creativity flow, and get to eat their work of art too.
The Barnacles Restaurant
Address: Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort
Contact: 6371 1966 / 6371 1974
When your 4 year old ONLY agrees to eat with adult-sized plates and utensils… We’ve been there. The Barnacles Restaurant has a great solution for our children’s little quirks. How about a help-yourself children’s buffet that’s laid out at their height so they can choose their own food like adults? Other kid entertainment includes magicians, balloon sculpters, and even a children’s swimming pool AND slide.
Melt – The World Cafe
Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, 4/F The Oriental
Contact: 6885 3082
Catroons, storybook sessions, drawing materials, and child-friendly food are all available at The Little Fan Land, the children’s area at Melt – The World Café. What we love about this? Parents may sneak in a little date night as the kids live it up in The Little Fan Land.
Address: 28 Aliwal Street, Aliwal Arts Centre, #01-07
Contact: 6444 6400
At just $5 per hour (or 2 hours during weekdays), children get to be creative with plenty of art materials at the crafting area at Eatplaylove Cafe. Mom and Dad only need to sit back, relax, and enjoy the value-for-money eats in stylish café settings.
Belly View Cafe
Address: 10 Changi Coast Walk, National Service Resort Country Club (NSRCC)
Contact: 6445 5108
Instead of dreaming of that perfect laidback beach vacation, head down to Belly View Café at Changi for dinner this weekend. Apart from delectable tze-char food, and a lovely view of Changi Beach; your kids will enjoy playtime with a mini playground, wooden swing and hammock available at Belly View Café!
Address: 200 Turf Club Road, #01-32
Contact: 6462 1281
One of the rare vegan places in Singapore that serves up mostly burgers, it’s a good food experience for those on the lookout for something new to try. Kids also get to nom on their Veganburg meal at their kids-only dining (and playing) area too.
District 10 at UE Square
Address: 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #01-15/16/17
Contact: 6738 4788
Every Sunday from 11am to 3pm, District 10 at UE Square inflates a bouncy castle specially for the kids. Bring the family down for a delicious lunch and treat the kids to a buoyant time at the District 10 bouncy castle. Thanks to the see-through netting at the side of the bouncy caste, parents will also be able to keep an eye on the kids.
Address: 30 Cosford Road, Changi
Contact: 6542 4492
Pinball machine, board games, movie props, and even a private War Museum – 1942 Alfresco at Changi promises a fascinating time for the whole family – with so many different things to see, play, and do.
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