Garlic parmesan chicken wings
Earl gray lavender tea
Loved sitting at the balcony area overlooking the stables. It was prolly the closest I got to being in NZ when we visited and took away some of the home sickness. :)

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Beautiful ambience and comfortable seating for a nice dinner session with friends. Price is very reasonable for the presentation, service and taste. Food is exactly as it looks in the menu and is pretty filling. Salmon dish had the crispiest skin. Definitely excited to come back and try more! Visit weekdays before 2pm to enjoy 50% off their gorgeously served teas!

Beautiful ambience and comfortable seating for a nice dinner session with friends. Price is very reasonable for the presentation, service and taste. Food is exactly as it looks in the menu and is pretty filling. Salmon dish had the crispiest skin. Definitely excited to come back and try more! Visit weekdays before 2pm to enjoy 50% off their gorgeously served teas!

Fluffy pancakes absolutely free when you order a main dish! Loved the pannenkoek nachos which aren’t actually nachos and don’t make you as full as nachos.

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KRW10,000, worth the 15 mins wait. Restaurant ambience is good too.

Traditional prawn har gao shaped like a bunny

A very pretty dessert! Rhubarb + Earl Gray Ice-Cream + Tarragon & sprinkled with pink sugar crystals.

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Located behind Changi Village Food Centre, this 270-seater microbrewery doles out the perfect combination for lazy weekends — good food, great beer and chillout vibes, along with an idyllic sea view. This eastside space is an ideal spot for family and friends looking to gather over a few ice-cold pints while doggies roam the spacious alfresco grounds. Take note that dogs are allowed indoors only when it's raining. The Roast Duck ($25), 15-hour Smoked Wagyu Beef Brisket ($18/100g) and Pork Ribs Balinese Style ($26/200g) are stellar options for food, and go well with an order of Roasted Chilli Pumpkin ($10). As for drinks, you get to have some fun pulling your own pint. The Black Magic Dry Irish Stout ($12) and Oh Yeah Singapore Pale Ale ($10) are both very popular here.
Avg Price: $35 per person
Photo by Burppler Ida C

A longtime favourite among Sentosa beach bums, this laidback beach bar is perfect for doggies who love to frolick in the waters and on the sand. If not, there are bean bags provided for dogs who fancy their creature comforts. Grab a seat at the benches meanwhile and order up some hearty comfort food. The oven-baked Coastes Chicken Wings (from $10 for half portion) are always amazing, especially with a squeeze of lime. The pizzas are also delish — try the meaty Big Bad Wolf ($25) or the Asian-inspired Duck and Arugula ($22). Get a couple of Beers (from $13), sit back and watch the sun go down. Pro tip: Coastes is currently restoring its sandy beachfront to arrest erosion, so beach access is limited for a few weeks. Check their website for the latest updates.
Avg Price: $30 per person
Photo by Burppler Yuan Teoh

This cheerful cafe is a hidden gem for dog owners living in the west, especially if you enjoy taking your dogs for a walk in nearby West Coast Park. While dogs are not allowed indoors, the alfresco seats are comfortable and perfect for a meal with the family, fur babies included. There's usually a jar of complimentary dog treats on the counter that you can reach into to calm restless pets. As for food, Burpple Tastemaker Acamas Teo loves the Pork Cheek Quesadilla ($17), which sees moist, juicy and fatty shredded pork cheek encased in tortilla wraps, served with corn chips and salsa. The Sake Mussels with Garlic Bread ($12) are also great if you fancy a light meal. Consider pairing it with the intriguing Kimchi Cocktail ($15), which Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo describes to be tart, spicy, sweet AND savoury.
Avg Price: $25 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Acamas Teo

This dog-friendly cafe in Joo Chiat opened for a cause — they actively promote adoption of animals and public awareness on animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. Expect regular adoption drives, set up in collaboration with animal welfare groups! This means that it's a good place for those looking to hang out with their dogs, as well as aspiring dog-owners in need of some furry therapy — pets are allowed indoors. The compact menu offers Asian flavours like Chicken with Rice and Fried Egg ($10.80) and crisp and juicy Sesame Chicken ($8.80). Meanwhile, treat your dog to specially prepared Doggie Bowls (from $8.80), topped with salmon, hormone free chicken or lean pork.
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayson Yeo

With spacious, clean interiors, and the provision of basic cleaning necessities for pets should the need arise, Happenstance makes hanging out with furry friends a cinch. Pets are welcome at the table, and they can also tuck into pet-friendly Customised Pasta ($6.50) that makes for a nutritious meal (or snack, if you have a big dog). Food-wise, Burppler Liew Jie Ying is a big fan of the BBQ Pork Ribs ($25) — savoury, hearty and so tender it's hard to stop eating. The Happenstance Signature Burger ($14.90), Creme Brulee ($6.50) and Green Tea Bingsu ($15.90) are pretty tasty too.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Liew Jie Ying