No surprises here—Fresh Fruits Lab (FFL) is our favourite cafe in the East of Singapore. This has never changed since our first visit in 2015.
The themed cafe has seen a revamp recently and it is nothing short of amazing. Still keeping their core laboratory theme and incorporating fruits into their menu, FFL now boasts a colourful, pastel interior that is both whimsical and photogenic.
It has also become a kids-friendly dining outlet with a play corner for your little ones as well as a low-salt kids menu that is so reasonably priced.
How can a cafe make us fall in love so much? FFL always does it best. Here are some of our favourite dishes from its current menu. You need to bring your squad here for your next gathering!
Raising kids in Singapore is not a cheap affair and a family meal can be costly, especially when you bring them to a good restaurant; even kids’ meals at many eateries do not come cheap.
We often see parents sharing mains with their little ones—either to save money or to “not waste food”. More often than not, it’s the former.
Fortunately, there are some restaurants in Singapore that have been generously offering free meals for children. Here are 6 Restaurants in Singapore Where Kids Dine For Free.
Clarke Quay is more than a nightlife-only destination. In fact, it is a foodie’s heaven with its 20 over restaurants that open are in the day for lunch! With the area being shielded from the sun and heat, we really enjoy breezy lunches at Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay is actually a family-friendly area by day with a plethora of mouthwatering dining options. To add on to the fun, from 06 Dec 2015 to 24 Jan 2016, Clarke Quay is holding a Sports Carnival every Sunday from 1pm to 6pm. Expect inflatable darts, giant bowling, football, kids-dine-free, as well as 1-for-1 promotions!
Shove work aside, pick a Sunday and take the time to bond with your family over fun activities and hearty meals; there is nothing more precious than spending time with your loved ones. There are actually 8 Child-Friendly Clarke Quay Restaurants – of which five of them are giving away free* meals to children!
Besides attractive promotions and fun games, Clarke Quay precinct is also offering free parking on Sundays with every S$20 spent and the opportunity to win exciting prizes such as a staycation at Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay and dining vouchers.
There are so many reasons for you to check out Clarke Quay and re-discover Singapore once more, and those with families, here are 8 Restaurants at Clarke Quay, and kids dine for free for most of them.
We understand that not every restaurant in Singapore is kids-friendly and parents often end up having to compromise on their food preferences and/ or places to dine at. And this post is dedicated to all selfless parents out there who always place their children’s needs ahead of theirs. Dining is a social activity that one and all should enjoy, and you need not alienate yourselves from the scene just because your little ones can’t be with you.
We have these featured restaurants that are complete with baby chairs, kids’ menus and kids’ utensils. There are also exciting activities within the premises to keep the young entertained while the adults indulge in some great food.
From entertaining the toddlers with District 10 UE Square’s weekend bouncy castles to bonding with your children over DIY pancakes at Slappy Cakes, Singapore has an increasing number of restaurants that are catered to family’s needs.
Here is our guide to the Kids-Friendly Restaurants in Singapore.
As you become parents, it’s inevitable for you to put the needs of your children before your own and to make sure that they are well-fed even when you are bringing them along for a gathering with friends, hence the constant need to look out for Kid-Friendly Cafes in Singapore. Some cafes only offer main course items in their menu, which is often frustrating as you cannot possibly stuff your children with such large portions of food.
Other than the portioning, another concern for parents is to make sure that their children can be kept occupied after the meal. Thankfully, most cafes in this list provide outlets of entertainment such as playgrounds or art and craft activities to keep your children engaged while you chat the afternoon away with your pals. These amenities are often available within your reach so your children will not be able to escape from your sight.
Without further ado, we share with you 12 Kid-Friendly Cafes in Singapore. Now, you and your little ones have more options when dining out!
Very often, we are strapped of choices when it comes to dining at tourists’ attractions. The restaurants are either too expensive, or the food just isn’t good altogether. Sometimes, they are not family-friendly, and kids have nothing suitable to eat. But being here in Singapore means we do not have to worry about all that, because we have trusty establishments to always bring the bests to us.
The newly opened PISCO South American Kitchen & Bar at Resorts World Sentosa is one that has made it to our chart of best family-friendly restaurants. Managed by Deliciae Hospitality Management in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa, this 76-seat outlet sits in the heart of the Integrated Resort.
Dishing out quality South American food, PISCO resembles a carnival – the happy colours of the interior and furnishing make it a joy to dine at, and has an extensive menu that is sure to whet everyone’s appetite. Here are some of their signatures, and our favourites from the menu.
Words by Jolene Koh of Cupcake Weekend, Photos by ladyironchef
The first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Marmalade Pantry? Cupcakes, tea & probably their famous crab meat linguine. While the outlet at Ion Orchard is well known for housing tai-tais for their afternoon high-tea and weekend brunch, the recently opened Marmalade Pantry at the Stables gives a country-side feel that is more casual whilst upholding a chic restaurant image.
As a kid, I grew up having Pizza Hut’s Pan Pizzas. Before the invention of the thin crust pizza, I always thought that there’s only one type of pizza – the thick crust one – and I liked it a lot. Even after I came to discover the existence of the Thin pizza with crispy base, I still preferred the thick doughy ones.