As a parent, heading out for meals with your little ones can be a hassle. Even a simple brunch with kids may require extensive planning. You have to consider the availability of kid-friendly amenities like high chairs and kids cutleries, or if the restaurant even has enough space to park your stroller.
To make things easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of kids friendly cafes and family friendly restaurants in Singapore to make your next outing as fuss-free as possible!
As one of the most popular family friendly restaurants in Singapore, PizzaExpress appeals to a wide variety of palates by serving both traditional and novel pizza flavours. From the classic Margherita to a Carbonara pizza, there is something for everyone. While waiting for your delicious meal to be served, you can even request for coloured pencils and activity sheets to keep the kids entertained!
If you’d like a more hands-on experience with your kids, book the DIY Pizza Kit experience at the link below, and indulge in some pizza-making fun, all without the fuss of cleaning up after!
A favourite with young parents, Kith Cafeopens early at 7am, so you can have breakfast with your early risers! This kids friendly cafe also has activity sheets, pens, and sticker packs to engage your little ones, given out when you order a Kith Kid’s Meal.
With 9 different Kid’s Meal options, ranging from pancakes to toasties, kids will be spoilt for choice. And while your children are entertaining themselves, you can relax with a cup of good coffee and fresh baked goods. Don’t miss their crowd-favourite Banana Bread—the perfectly moist treat is dusted with icing sugar and served with whipped cream.
If you’re looking to give your kids a fried chicken treat, it’s hard to do better than Max’s Restaurant. Their sarap-to-the-bones fried chicken is paired with house-made banana ketchup and worcestershire sauce, which creates an explosion of flavour your kids will love.
Finish your meal with the Halo Halo cold dessert— a sweet concoction of crushed ice, evaporated milk, and various ingredients, including yam ice cream, corn, caramelized banana, and more.
Located on the 3rd level of the National Library building, OTC Cafe serves up grain bowls, pastas, and light bites.
Mains include the Meatball Marinara Baked Pasta, a hearty combination of beef and pork meatballs served with tomato purée and melted mozzarella cheese. Little ones will also love the Nacho Cheese Fries, topped with flavourful cheese and bacon bits. Drop by this kids friendly cafe after your visit to the library, and don’t forget to check out the many kid-friendly events regularly organised by NLB while you’re there!
Where: 100 Victoria Street, #03-01, National Library Building, Singapore, 188064
Thinking of expanding your child’s palate? Take them to Pura Brasa, where they can savour a taste of Spain with their very own tapas party.
This family friendly restaurant offers bite-sized treats like the creamy-crunchy Homemade Spanish Croquettes and savoury Patatas Bravas. Be sure to also order their Spanish Pork Ribs, cooked at a low temperature for 20 hours and finished at high heat in a Josper oven.
Where: 5 Wallich Street Guoco Tower, #01-16, Singapore, 078883
Being a parent is no easy feat. This September holidays, take the time to unwind with your little ones by taking them to a kids friendly cafe or family friendly restaurant! Plan ahead by booking a table on Oddle Eats, and let us continue to recommend the best places for your next meal.