9 family-friendly restaurants you must take your kids to

June 07, 2017
  • Open Farm Community
    1 / 9 Open Farm Community

    Designed in an open-concept manner, this Dempsey restaurant prides itself on its edible garden and locally sourced dishes.

    Its kids’ menu offers comfort food options, such as a rustic fish pie ($19) or open-face lasagna ($23).

    The restaurant also has a sand-pit playground, on top of table tennis and lawn bowling near the al fresco sitting area.

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    www.openfarmcommunity.com

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  • Brussel Sprouts
    2 / 9 Brussel Sprouts

    Tailored as a family-style eatery, this restaurant on Mohamed Sultan Road has special promotions just for the little ones.

    From Sundays to Thursdays after 5pm, kids eat free with an order of a Big Eats or main-sized mussels and fries for each paying adult.

    They also have a kids’ menu, where your little one can choose from chicken shepherd’s pie ($14), seafood spaghetti in pink sauce ($12) and more.

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    www.brusselssprouts.com.sg

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  • Jamie's Italian
    3 / 9 Jamie's Italian

    Your little one is in for a treat the moment he steps into Jamie’s Italian at Forum The Shopping Mall and Vivocity – the kids’ menu for under-12s comes in the form of a retro Viewmaster.

    In line with founder-celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s personal philosophy as a father, the menu is designed to coax children into eating healthier.

    The dishes come in two sizes – little kids and big kids – and include a fresh shake-me salad and drink. Options include baby beef burgers ($9.50 for little kids), and fish baked in a bag ($13.50 for big kids).

    End the meal with desserts such as gooey chocolate brownie ($3.50).

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    www.jamiesitalian.sg

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  • Kith cafe (Robertson Quay)
    4 / 9 Kith cafe (Robertson Quay)

    While you enjoy a cup of specialty coffee here, the kids can entertain themselves at the small outdoor play area that oversees the canal.

    Kith has its own pastry kitchen and pizza bar, where you can enjoy breakfasts like smoked salmon and scrambled eggs ($17), as well as lunch dishes like prawn aglio olio ($16).

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    www.kith.com.sg

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  • Picotin Express @ Bukit Timah
    5 / 9 Picotin Express @ Bukit Timah

    With a semi-outdoor dining setting that offers a panoramic view of the nearby golf course, Picotin Express is the perfect place to chill out.

    The kids can choose from a range of pizzas, pastas or fish and chips for $15 (a drink and a scoop of ice-cream or small chocolate mousse is included).

    The restaurant also has a birthday party package for kids’ starting from $30, which lets the little ones play to their hearts’ content at the mini golf course nearby.

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    www.picotin.com.sg

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  • Quentin's Eurasian Restaurant
    6 / 9 Quentin's Eurasian Restaurant

    If you’re craving Eurasian food, Quentin’s Eurasian Restaurant is the place to go.

    The restaurant has a kids’ menu, where your little ones can choose from chicken stew, fish and chips or fried chicken (all $18, inclusive of apple juice and one scoop of ice cream).

    It also has a play corner for kids equipped with electronic cars, a ball pit and even a library.

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    www.quentins.com.sg

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  • Sandbank
    7 / 9 Sandbank

    Located at Parkland Green in East Coast Park, this is the place to go if you’re looking to dine with a view.

    Not only does the restaurant offer delicious food, it also has a 15m-long plunge pool little ones will love.

    The kids’ menu for those aged 10 and below features dishes like mac and cheese and chicken sausage Neapolitan. They cost $9 and come with chicken nuggets, French fries and fruit punch.

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    www.sandbank.com.sg

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  • Slappy Cakes
    8 / 9 Slappy Cakes

    You may find yourself telling the kids not to play with their food, but that’s exactly what this eatery encourages you to do.

    Choose from five different types of batter ($8.50 per 8oz bottle) and pick from over 20 toppings (prices start from $1.50).

    The restaurant also serves mains such as carbonara ($12) and kebabs with basmati rice ($16).

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    www.slappycakes.com.sg

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    (Photo: Instagram/Ominyio)

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  • The Bank Bar + Bistro
    9 / 9 The Bank Bar + Bistro

    Located in the Central Business District, The Bank Bar + Bistro is the perfect place to take the family for a meal.

    The little ones can choose from a menu for children aged four to 10, ranging from crispy battered seabass to penne and cheese (all meals cost $8.50 and include chicken nuggets, fries and a drink).

    Better yet, children eat for free on weekends and public holidays until 6pm with each main course ordered by a paying adult.

    There’s also a playroom, so you can let them have fun while you catch up with your spouse.

    Visit
    www.thebankbar.com

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