Singapore's Best Kid-Friendly Places

Singapore's Best Kid-Friendly Places

Wrecking your brain over where to go with the kids for your next family day out? Fret not! Here are eight spots that are great for both parent and children. Think plunge pools, bouncing castles and roving balloon sculptors — whatever it is, we got you!
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Revamped from the now-defunct Karafuku is this adorable cafe in Bugis that boasts an array of themed foods and desserts that folks of all ages will enjoy. Start with Oscar’s Teriyaki Chicken Katsu Burger ($24.90) — the kids will love the theatrics of it! Expect your chicken katsu dipped in teriyaki sauce and stuffed into a green matcha mantou that is made to look like the Sesame Street Character's face. Dessert-wise, choose from their selection of Mini Eclairs ($3 each) — Yuzu, Sakura, Café Au Lait, Hazelnut Chocolate, Ichigo Chantilly and more. Otherwise, their Sakura Yogurt Parfait ($14.90) is a foolproof option that features a soufflé cheese cake served with vanilla pudding, dango, sakura syrup and berries.
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Nestled on Ceylon Road is this restaurant in the Eurasian Community House that's perfect for lively dinners with loved ones. Not only do they have great live music, they have a dedicated indoor playground fitted with a ball pit, toy car ride-ons, and even a library — so the whole fam is kept entertained! Go straight for the tangy Babi Assam ($20.80) that the kids can enjoy as its not too spicy. Otherwise, choose the addictively delicious Fretu Bendi ($18) that sees okra fried with mustard seed, curry leaves, fried chillies and turmeric. For dessert, opt for their Signature Sugee Cake ($10) made with semolina and almond, the perfect treat for the young and old!
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Come by this cosy cafe on Changi Road for innovatively-plated treats. Go for their Lightning Cars ($18) that sees grilled chicken in brown sauce served with sweet potato purée, and fresh fruits. The kids will adore the sweet and fluffy Banana Pancakes ($18) with mixed berries. Vegetarians, go for their Forest Wrap ($18) filled with zucchini, eggplant, mushroom, tomato and cheddar cheese, served with tomato sauce and a side salad with fruit. Wash it down with an Iced Long Black ($6). P.s There's a bouncy castle to burn off all that excess sugar!
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Pen this restaurant at Pan Pacific Singapore down for celebratory feasts! Not only does it include a room for the little ones to play in, there's even a balloon sculptor to keep the tots entertained! Treat yourselves to their Sunday Champagne Brunch ($128 per adult, $64 per child) which comes with unlimited servings of orange juice, ice lemon tea, coffee and tea. Psst, parents can indulge in freeflow champagne, gin, cocktails and wines for just $60 more! Look out for their bread pudding, the Kimberley Street kway chap. salted egg crispy prawns as well as their signature mushroom ravioli. However, when in doubt, just pop over to their many live cooking stations!
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Complete with a trampoline and extensive food options for both adults and kids, this quaint spot is ideal for a lazy weekend brunch with the fam. Go straight for their flavourful Smashed Avo ($18) with dukkah, a crowd favourite. Otherwise, the Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18) is a killer alternative with goat's cheese, roasted portobello chunks and sprouts on sourdough. Wash it down with a Flat White ($6) and you're golden.
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Gather the moms together for a day out with the kids at this cute restaurant along Robertson Quay. The Little Pelicans Menu will keep more than their tummies occupied — there's connect-the-dots, colour-me-ins and more! For the kids, order their Fried Fish Fingers ($12) as well as the Beef Cheeseburger ($14), both of which comes with a side of salad and fries. Moms will love the Simple Summer Breakfast ($19) with sliced avocado, sourdough, baby spinach and grilled tomatoes. Add on some bacon ($5) and/or halloumi cheese ($5) for extra ommph. End the meal on a sweet note with their Caramelised Figs With Yogurt Ice-cream ($12) featuring yogurt ice cream drizzled in honey and topped with buckwheat crumble. Yum!
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Treat your kids to a day out in the sun at East Coast Park. Expect an impeccable view of the seaside and a kid-safe plunge pool — they even have a shower area just round the corner! Their kids menu includes yummy options like the Cheese Quesadilla ($9) and Mac and Cheese ($9), served with sides of chicken nuggets, fries and juice. Folks, go for the foolproof Hawaiian Pizza ($18), the Spicy Seafood Pizza ($22) or the Seared Cajun Salmon ($25).
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Parents, take the kids down to Turf Club Road for affordable Thai food accompanied by a brightly coloured playground. While the children play, parents can feast on the delish Thai plates such as the fragrant Pad Thai ($9.50), the not-too-spicy Tom Yum ($9.50) that comes with a choice of chicken, seafood or prawn. For the kids, spot the tiny smiley face on the menu beside items like the Sweet and Sour Fish ($16.50), Chicken Noodles Soup ($9.50) and Pineapple Rice ($9.50).
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