Best Baby-friendly Restaurants in Singapore•
Posted on November 12 2019
For new mums, finding restaurants that cater to your little bub can be a challenge. But what if you just want to enjoy a meal out, with baby in tow? Don’t fret− we’ve rounded up 5 restaurants in Singapore where your bundle of joy will be more than welcome.
Marche Mövenpick not only serves up great European food (Rosti, Paella etc), it is a convenient choice for mums dining out. Their baby service station comes equipped with all you need to prep baby food, including a bottle warmer, kettle, microwave and baby bibs. They’ve got a cool custom-built Picky highchair for your little one too, with room for up to two serving trays. Changing tables and separate changing areas are also provided upon request. Playgrounds are available within the Suntec City, Vivocity and Somerset outlets, and these outlets are also more spacious with access for prams!
Tip: Check out booking apps like eatigo for a discount if you reserve in advance, or take advantage of their lunch sets promotion (more info on their facebook page)!
Situated at Keppel Bay, Bayswater Kitchen features airy alfresco dining, scenic waterfront views and a nautical-themed dining space. The family-friendly place also has a free ala-carte brunch buffet for children below the ages of 5, with fresh seafood like mussels, clams and fish & chips. Families can kick back and relax at the venue’s recreation room as well, which comes with a ping pong and foosball table.
Looking to take baby out for some fun in the sun? Sandbank at East Coast Parkway is the perfect place for that. It has a 15m plunge pool for your bub to splash around in, with a baby changing station to clean up afterward. Your little one can also dine in comfort and convenience with kid-friendly utensils, high chairs and a kids’ menu which includes set meals served with tater tots and juices.
Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro
Breastfeeding mums will appreciate the private feeding room with nursing facilities at Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro. The stroller-friendly eatery also has a huge play area to entertain your bub. And no matter whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan or looking for a healthy post-pregnancy diet, there’s something on the menu to suit your preferences. Think veggie wraps, herb-crusted salmon and wellness bowls. Yum!
Cafe Melba is undoubtedly a paradise for both parents and children alike. Kids eat free all day every Monday, as long as you purchase a main meal. There’s also a fun bouncy castle from 3pm, games for your little ones, as well as a monthly art & craft event. Both its venues at Mediapolis and Goodman Arts Centre are incredibly spacious too− making them great for one-month or one-year celebrations!
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