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Home/Nutrition & Recipes/Articles/Lifestyle/15+ Baby-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes Every Singaporean Mum Will Love

15+ Baby-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes Every Singaporean Mum Will Love

When was the last time you sat down to a delicious meal in peace, savouring every mouthwatering morsel? Chances are as a parent, it’s been a while. Let’s face it, once kids come along, the peaceful mealtime goes out the window – unless you happen to be eating at one of Singapore’s best family-friendly restaurants.

Choosing the right restaurant to dine with kids is a crucial element for enjoying a tasty meal in peace. Find one with a play area and you might go undisturbed for an entire plateful. Who knows, you might even get to squeeze in dessert!

Things to look for:

  • Friendly staff that genuinely like kids
  • Clean high chairs
  • A kid-friendly menu that includes healthy items
  • A form of entertainment ie. crayons, worksheets, or a drawable tablecloth
  • Clean washrooms with good change facilities
  • Quick service
  • A play area
  • Other children

We recommend:

Buffet Town

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This popular international buffet restaurant is located in Raffles City and allows parents to enjoy the all-you-can-eat spread. Offering more than 300 buffet items over 29 different categories, there’s plenty of choice for even the fussiest of kids. Being a buffet, you don’t have to wait to eat and with capacity for 500 diners, there’s plenty of space for all. Need somewhere for your child’s birthday party? Buffet Town is the perfect place. Note: the playground is currently closed until further notice.

Cafe Melba


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Cafe Melba serves up food inspired by Melbourne and Asia (Melb + a = Melba) and their pancakes are some of the best in Singapore. Offering laid-back charm in the grounds of the Goodman Arts Centre, it offers plenty of space for the kids to run around. Can’t make it to the Goodman Arts Centre? Cafe Melba now has a second location at Mediacorps new massive campus, which is just a stone’s throw from Tanglin Trust School. 

What makes Cafe Melba great is the Kids Club, a popular attraction for parents and kids alike. The first Saturday of every month, Cafe Melba hosts their Create Art & Craft Event; offering an entire day of fun and activities along with an all-day breakfast menu and weekend roast for hungry little appetites! The bouncy castle is another popular feature of the Kids Club, giving kids the chance to jump and play every day. Every Monday it’s ‘kids eat free’ day where the children can play on the bouncy castle, get creative in the arts & crafts corner, or play with a range of footballs, rugby balls and other activities that are supplied by the Cafe.

Chilli Padi Nonya Cafe

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Another great all-you-can-eat buffet is located in Heng Mui Keng Terrace, at Chilli Padi Nonya Cafe. A Peranakan fanfare, it welcomes 150 diners to indulge in the colourful Nonya kueh-kueh, as well as flavours such as Ayam Bua Kuluak and Sayur Lodeh. The friendly staff love families and there’s a good mix of colourful dishes for kids, and also a Kids’ Corner complete with cubby and play kitchen.

Open Farm Community


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Open Farm Community is a popular bistro/cafe at Dempsey that attracts a crowd every day of the week. Designed to showcase innovative local farming, connect the community to nature, and celebrate local spirit, it’s set on a 35,000 sq ft of green land. Chef Ryan Clift has worked with some of the world’s best chefs and it shows – Open Farm Community has a plethora of awards under their belt. You can learn and relax with art, tours of the vegetable and fruit orchards, talks, gardening workshops, and of course eating. If you’re looking for a platform where families can come together and explore the many facets of food together, then Open Farm Community is the place to be.

Kith Kiztopia MS


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Along with the reopening of Kiztopia is a brand new kid-friendly dining space: Kith Kiztopia MS. The café is run in collaboration with the homegrown eatery and features an expansive space ideal for social distancing. Beyond the usual brunch offerings, the young ones can look forward to a special menu that features mini pancakes, macaroni bolognese, and chicken tenders. Each set also comes with a choice of either watermelon juice or babyccino, along with a special Kiztopia free gift.

Marché Mövenpick


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Marche at 313 Somerset has a play area called Heidi’s Hut where you’ll find wooden train tracks, a wooden playhouse and a wooden rocking horse. You can also find a baby service station, complete with microwave for heating up food. Marche at Suntec City has a play area that’s even bigger and better, with a second story of wooden fun. There’s also one at VIVOCITY. Offering European culinary delights from Switzerland, you can enjoy fresh, quality, healthy food in the tranquil setting of a Swiss Alpine Village while the kids can choose from a special ‘Picky Kids’ menu complete with glass of juice or soft drink, ice cream and fun surprise. There are highchairs, a changing table, quality toys, an outdoor playground and tons of special extras!

Food For Tots


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Located at Singapore Botanical Gardens, Food for Tots is an excellent place to grab a coffee and a bite to eat after a picturesque walk through the gardens. Offering an outdoor playground and a good kids’ menu, it’s designed around love for family, care for the environment, and the enjoyment of rest and truly sustainable living. 

Food for Tots is an eco-conscious restaurant surrounded by lush greenery and features upcycled milk tin lamps and full-height glass walls that let in plenty of natural light. Large tables and generous aisles make navigating with a pram easy. The newest addition to the Food for Thought group brings the concept of kids’ self-service; believing kids can help themselves as well as help others.

Ju Shin Jung


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Once again it’s time to hit an all-you-can-eat buffet – this time, however, it’s a Korean BBQ buffet. Offering great value for money and a large play area complete with not one, but two ball pits. Kids will happily play while mum and dad tuck into some great food. There are four all-you-can-eat restaurants to choose from – located in WestWay on the West Coast Highway and  Robertson Walk on Robertson Walk.

Ola Beach Club


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Ola Beach Club at Siloso Beach in Sentosa is the most perfect spot for a family day out or weekend escape! Taking inspiration from Hawaii, the beach club is decorated with all things beachy – surfboards, tiki torches, and a relaxed outdoors vibe. The club was designed with families in mind, providing a place for adults and young kids to be able to enjoy delicious food on the beach. For babies, Ola Beach Club provides a nursing room and changing tables along with a playpen. For the older kids, the pool is filled with giant inflatables along with a waterslide and a bouncy castle. To take the action to the water, try a family banana boat ride before sitting on the kid-friendly tables facing the cool lagoon and sample the range of tasty Hawaiian-food menu items which includes a children’s menu.



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NOM – No Other Meaning – is a bistro and bakery that makes simple homemade fare at affordable prices. It is a social enterprise founded by the people behind Yesterdae Cafe, so dinner here will go to the greater cause of supporting disadvantaged Singaporeans. Most food and desserts are made from scratch on the premise with no preservatives so you know your little one is eating well. It is also a great venue for full month and first birthday celebrations.



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Serving some of the best Eurasian food in Singapore, Quentin’s has an extensive menu and kid’s menu made from recipes that have been passed down for generations. Blending spices and flavours, each dish is a reflection of both east and West cuisine. You’ll be left satisfied after enjoying some lovely food and ambience with your family and the kids will lovely the cosy play nook featuring a ball pit and slide.



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Serving Australian food, the roomy (and pram-friendly) Boomarang Bistro & Bar is a family-friendly venue suitable for little ones. The children’s ‘Little Tackers’ menu is printed on a colouring sheet, allowing the kids to be entertained as they doodle with the provided pot of crayons on each table. Food is delicious; with breakfast, lunch and dinner options for both kids and adults. If you’re just stopping by for a coffee-break, bring the stroller and scooters and sit on one of the tables overlooking the river as you order a cappuccino and babycino for the little one.

Wildseed Cafe at The Summerhouse

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Located on the ground level of The Summerhouse, Wildseed is a café, pâtisserie and bar all in one. The nursery-like environment is decked with a myriad of potted and hanging plants that fills the indoor air-conditioned garden dining space and the breezy outdoor pet-friendly area. The café’s quirky location also treats you to views of planes flying in and out of the airport, and it’s close to a plane-themed playground for the kids to run wild.



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Serving authentic French crepes, this little creperie opened in 2008 and serves a range of delicious treats. If your kids have allergies or sensitivities, you can choose from gluten-free buckwheat flour or certified organic wheat flour. Have a picky eater? There are so many fillings to choose from such as cheese and mushroom or cooked apples and salted caramel.

The Book Cafe


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Located on Martin Road, away from the bustle of the city centre, The Book Cafe is ideal if you’re looking for a quiet spot with comfy chairs to relax and unwind in. Sit back and enjoy a coffee and a slice of cheesecake while catching up with a friend. It has an easy going feel and warm atmosphere. You can easily spend a few hours here so order something from their extensive menu. Resembling a large living room, you’ll feel right at home.


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GRUB is a fun bistro in tranquil Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, close to the Bishan Adventure Playground. It’s quirky interior is surrounded by lush greenery, rainbow ice cream cake and churros and the food is hearty and wholesome and designed to share. It’s food for the whole family, served up with an awesome park view! 

At GRUB, there’s always something happening, from live music and magic shows to sensory playdates. It’s fun, warm and welcoming environment also has a home by the poolside at HomeTeamNS-JOM Clubhouse.

Bees Knees @ The Garage

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Snugged right in the middle of the botanic gardens, Singapore’s first and only UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bee’s Knees offers a diverse all-day dining menu. It’s a fun, laid-back, family and pet-friendly garden cafe by day and a casual, sophisticated hangout spot by night. Kids can enjoy croissants, fruit bowls, pizzas, pastas, pancakes, ice cream, sandwiches, waffles and more. Kids can ‘bee social’, ‘bee connected’ and ‘bee happy’ and can benefit from specials at the cosy enclave such as ‘Botanico Brunch’ in which kids dine free with every main meal served on Saturday & Sunday between 11am and 3pm. Prefer to eat in the park? You can also grab one of Bees Knees’ Picnic Buzz-kets and find yourself a sweet spot to laze the day away. 

Riders Cafe

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Riders Cafe exudes old charm and delivers delicious, contemporary comfort food in a casual and relaxing space. Located in an untouched part of Bukit Timah, near Bukit Timah Saddle Club, there is plenty of opportunity to get up close and personal with the horses. 

Riders Cafe is the owners’ obsession and it shows in every detail. The cafe has a nice rustic feel with beautiful ceiling fans and lots of windows for natural light. It’s a favourite for its delicious brunch and cake options, scones with jam and cream and of course its breakfast with the horses. Does it get any better? 

Slappy Cakes

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Since opening in 2009, Slappy Cakes has become one of the most popular breakfast spots in Portland by offering a one-of-a-kind dining experience in a fun and interactive setting. Kids can make their own pancakes at the table and choose everything from the batter flavour and fixings to toppings like peanut butter, mango jam, maple syrup, homemade chocolate hazelnut spread and pineapple jam. If your child prefers something more savoury, they can add brie, blue cheese, roasted mushrooms, honey ham, crispy bacon, chopped scallions and more. Voted Best in Kids Hands-On Cooking Experience several years running by Parents World, the whole family will love Slappy Cakes. 

Dining with children really can be fun when you choose wisely!

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