Weekend: 5 Kids Friendly Dining Places

After a tiring work week, what parents look forward to is to have a fun-filled bonding session with their children over the weekend. Thinking of where to go can sometimes be quite brain wrecking. So we have put together a list of interesting F&B establishments where where you can bring your children to eat, play and have fun. Most importantly, you can spend quality time together as a family.

Eat Play Love

Eat Play Love is an Asian-Western cafe serving Asian delights alongside simple Western fare at affordable prices. Besides food, Eat Play Love also offers a unique experience where kids and adults can get crafty at the same time. For just $5 per hour (2 hours on weekdays), they offer free-flow art materials for kids to create little works of art at the Craft Corner while parents dine in peace. This cafe also offers a range of easy craft kits for guests to purchase and complete in the cafe whilst enjoying their meal. Check out their website for more information.

Café Melba

Spend a relaxing weekend at Cafe Melba, which blends influences from (Melb)ourne and (A)sia for a gourmet yet leisurely dining experience. Boasting two locations, Goodman Arts Centre and Mediapolis, parents can enjoy a classic Eggs Benedict in peace while their little ones burn energy on the infamous bouncy castle at the outdoor play area at the Goodman Arts Centre outlet, available daily. Every Monday, kids eat for free with every main course purchased. There is also a kids corner for Art & Craft from 5pm.

Jamie’s Italian

Jamie’s Italian is celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver’s first entry into Singapore. With two branches located at family-friendly shopping centres The Forum and VivoCity, the restaurant has a specially-curated kids’ menu – presented in the design of a classic red ViewMaster. The Jamie’s Italian VivoCity branch has a free outdoor waterplay area on level 3 where kids can have a great timeout after dining at the restaurant. (Source credit, Seth Lui)

Five Square (Sat only)

Five Square is located in the working district catered to the working crowd on busy weekdays. This place transforms into a playground for children on Saturdays. From 10am to 7pm, there are play areas with a ball pit and some ride-on vehicles for children. Worth mentioning is also a bouncy castle for children where parents can indulge in their food while watching over their children.

Food for Thought

Enjoy good food for a good cause. There are 2 outlets of Food For Thought, one of which is the Food For Tots @ Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. As the name suggests, it’s for Tots! It is a self-service kids café that believes kids can help themselves, other kids and their world. This outlet inspires to cultivate the appreciation of nature as it is situated in Asia’s first garden dedicated to children, with an intimate space that boasts an interactive play area for the little ones too.

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