Mealtimes can sometimes be a battlefield especially when taking your young ones out to restaurants. For a quiet (and calm) mealtime when dining out, check out these 6 awesome family friendly restaurants with tons of stuff to keep your little ones occupied!
Cool de Sac
This massive entertainment center for kids is a child’s heaven like no other.
Located at Suntec City Mall, Cool de Sac is one of the best family friendly restaurants around.
It has more than enough educational play stations to keep your child entertained for the entire day!
Expect indoor playgrounds and treehouses, console games, dress-up costumes and even a playground specially for babies and toddlers.
With the adjourning bistro serving affordable and scrumptious dishes, your kids can get a No-Rest Play Day, while parents chillax and enjoy a meal without the little ones screaming for attention.
British celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, has a penchant for educating children on green food and healthy eating.
This is clearly reflected in his child-friendly restaurants! Here in Singapore, Jamie’s Italian’s family friendly restaurants are no different.
Let your kid feel like a grown-up. They can finally decide what they want to eat from a specially curated kids’ menu. What’s more, parents don’t have to worry – it’s all healthy, good food.
With high chairs, kid’s cutlery, crayons, markers, and tons of activity sheets all set on each table, your kid is bound to be kept delightfully occupied the whole time!
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #1-165-167 VivoCity, VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Tel: 6733 5500
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu, 12nn to 10pm; Fri, 12nn to 11pm; Sat, 11am to 11pm; Sun, 11am to 10pm
Take your kid outdoors. They can run about while you enjoy a picnic-style and alfresco dining.
All complete with a huge bouncy castle on weekends, only at Café Melba.
There is a special menu for your kids, with well-portioned all-time favourite dishes such as Fish & Chips.
Furthermore, with a wide selection of milkshakes to choose from, rest time is almost as fun as play time!
Address: 90 Goodman Road, Block N #01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore 439053
Tel: 6440 6068
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 10am to 10pm; Sat – Sun & PH, 8.30am to 10pm
Get artsy and crafty with your kids at EatPlayLove Cafe. They serve Thai-Western fares with a specially dedicated craft corner!
Most noteworthy is the free flow of craft materials such as foil art, DIY paper dolls and monsters, and paper puppets.
Here, there is more than enough craft materials for your kid to create a unique masterpiece while you tuck into their delicious dishes!
Right here at Slappy Cakes, the rule of do not play with your food! does not exist.
This one-of-a-kind dining experience allows your kids (and yes, adults as well) to literally play with their food!
Kids have the freedom to make their own pancakes any way they like – doodling, flipping, adding weird eyes, square-shaped pancakes. There are also five batter flavours to choose from: chocolate, wholegrain, peanut butter, zucchini and buttermilk.
There is no better way to let your child’s imagination run wild and let them feed you for once!
Address: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road (Old Turf Club in Bt.Timah), #01-20/21, Singapore 287994
Tel: 6465 1814
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 10am to 9.30pm; Sat – Sun & PH, 8am to 9.30pm
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar
One of the most family friendly restaurants for yum cha in town, Mitzo Restaurant & Bar is a dining establishment to consider!
Their weekend brunch allows children under 6 to dine for free. Those from 6 to 12 years old enjoy 50% off.
On top of delectable seafood such as lobster, abalone, and bamboo clam for the family, there are also cute treats and entertainment in an adjacent playroom for little ones! Kids can enjoy cartoon, cushioned seats, and a range of activities.
With these cool and family friendly restaurants, you can finally enjoy a quiet piece of mind while eating! Additionally, rest assured that your kids will always have a ball of a time at these family friendly restaurants.
(Header image credit: Cool de Sac)