Restaurants in Singapore where kids eat free

October 11, 2016
  • Froth
    1 / 4 Froth

    What’s good Bravo to this restaurant at Ascott Raffles Place hotel, which has three well-balanced kids’ menu options, including the too-cute-to-eat Noodle Nest (pictured).

    The buckwheat soba noodles, lightly tossed in a yuzu-based sauce, are served with hard-boiled eggs and broccoli. 

    There’s also Volcano Mash, which comes with mashed potatoes, smoked chicken bratwurst, carrot wedges and broccoli. He will also like assembling his own Burger Builder and fries set. Order them for $8.90++ each. 

    On weekends, children under age 10 eat free when you buy a main course from the regular menu. Have a baby in tow? Ask for a free serving of pumpkin or sweet potato puree. 

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  • Oceans of Seafood
    2 / 4 Oceans of Seafood

    What’s good This seafood market-cum-restaurant at Pasarbella has a new menu. Among the highlights: three chirashi variations with seafood ingredients like tuna, salmon and mekajiki (swordfish); prices start from $22++. 

    There’s also Seiro Mushi – seafood and vegetables are steamed in bamboo baskets atop a boiling pot of miso-flavoured soup base. 

    Kids aged six and below enjoy a free kid’s set meal (choose either fish and chips, or the sushi set) worth $12, when you order any two a la carte mains (from $22++). 

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  • Aquamarine
    3 / 4 Aquamarine

    What’s good Mediterranean food is the focus of this halal-certified buffet restaurant throughout November.

    Try the slow-cooked wagyu beef shortribs with feta cheese, which is cooked for 16 hours, or the free-range chicken and mushroom risotto that’s served in a giant Parmesan wheel. 

    Kids aged 12 and below dine free (worth $30++) with every paying adult for lunch ($60++). 

    Find out more here 

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  • Peperoni Pizzeria
    4 / 4 Peperoni Pizzeria

    What’s good This pizza chain has recently opened its seventh outlet in Singapore, at Upper Thomson, and with an addition of nine new items to their existing menu.

    Besides its signature famed pizza, try the home-made meatballs ($12), or the Strawberry Parfait infused with Grand Marnier ($13). 

    There’s also a family day promotion, where children aged 12 and below dine free (worth $14) for every two paying adults (maximum two kids), only on the first Friday of the month. 

    Kids can choose from a wide variety such as the six-inch pizza, fish and chips, bolognese pasta, carbonara pasta or the al pomodoro cotto pasta, and each set includes a soft drink and gelato.

    Colouring materials are also available to entertain your kids. 

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