The top family-friendly restaurants in Singapore

Want to know where your kids will be welcomed, with play areas and kid-friendly munchies (plus great food for you)? It’s in alphabetical order!

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Who said eating out with the family is expensive? Your kiddo dines free at these eateries! Here are places you'd want to check out with junior.


The Bank Bar and Bistro #01-01 One Shenton, 1 Shenton Way
There’s a playroom for kids on weekends — need we say more? And oh yes, there’s The Bank Breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, sautéed mushrooms, baked beans, roast potatoes, plus a drink. Full review here… 


Baker and Cook 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-56 Chip Bee Gardens
Owned by Kiwi Dean Brettschneider, it’s simple, comfort fare made with fresh and healthy ingredients (and a stunning array of bakery goodies!). Junior will love the Iced Sweet Finger Buns... Full review here…​​​​​​​


Bayswater Kitchen, 2 Keppel Bay Vista, 6776-0777
Fresh seafood by the water's edge, great free play for the little ones, plus foosball and ping pong for your tweens ― a trip to Bayswater Kitchen will not disappoint! Full review here…

Bricks 'N' Cubes 2 Handy Road, #02-14 The Cathay
Lego-lovers, unite! Created specially for Lego-lovers, BricksNCubes will keep junior occupied with the Lego play areas while you enjoy your meal in peace. Remember to leave some room for their specialty, waffles and ice-cream. Full review here… 

1384 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park 2
Noted for its huge windows and airy feel, this aircon place (with lots of outdoor seating) offers pasta, tapas and a nice selection of wines! Junior can try the mini-grill up (before 5pm) — scrambled eggs, beans, bacon and toast. Full review here...

Froth Level 2 Ascott Raffles Place, 2 Finlayson Green
Your munchkin can build his own burger at Froth and even pour “hot lava” down his “volcano” mash! Best of all, on weekends, a kid enjoys a free meal with every main course ordered. Full review here…

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Borderless Sunday Brunch at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel 392 Havelock Road
The Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel calls its Sunday brunch buffet “borderless” because its food offerings are that extensive. Available in the middle of the hotel’s swanky lobby, which recently went through a $17 million facelift, the integrated dining destination lets you sample dishes from three eateries ― Food Capital, Grissini and Tempo. So, you get to taste different cuisines, all for one reasonable price. Full review here… 

Grub 510, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park 1
Established in the hope of promoting “responsible eating” (as natural as possible), Grub’s grub is hearty. We loved the sweet-and-sour-pork inspired sous vide version, ciders and handcrafted beers. Junior will fight you for the mentaiko fries. Full review here...