Put some family fun into feeding time this holiday season.
Enjoy a meal and more at these kid-mazing establishments that will satisfy even the fussiest eaters.
Editors’ Pick! The number of awesome restaurants at this cool lifestyle destination makes it a no-brainer for fun family dinners or brunch. Have the kids chomp on Italian fare (think pizzas and pastas) from Atmastel’s kids menu, pick an after-meal dessert from Lady M’s decadent cakes (available for dine-in or take-away) and – after all that chow – chillax under the development’s unique micro-climatic canopy. (26 Beach Rd, 189768)
While you and your partner sip on bubbly and savour a range of delish cuisines from seven live kitchens at its fab Sunday brunch, the kids can occupy themselves at the dedicated kids corner with a DVD or a free balloon from a balloon sculptor. Bonus: There’s a special dessert corner just for the kiddos. (7 Raffles Blvd, Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3, 039595)
At this iconic American restaurant chain, your little rockstar gets to dine on the house with every main course ordered on weekends from 12 to 5 p.m. On Saturdays, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., kids get extra treats such as colouring sheets, balloons and even live rock music shows! (50 Cuscaden Rd, HPL House, #02-01, 249724)
Editors’ Pick! Five-star hotel fare at pocket-friendly prices? Yes, please! Opened by Singaporean Oh Qihao – who honed his craft in the top restos of Swissôtel The Stamford and Hilton Singapore – Daily Affairs serves up high-quality comfort food. Qihao’s a dad of three, so he knows what kids will go crazy for. Take his Red Velvet Waffles ($9.50), which are topped with fruits, chocolate chip or raspberry ice cream and torched marshmallows. Be prepared for a kid on a sugar high! (1 Anthony Rd, Cairnhill Community Club, 229944)
Tucked inside The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Town Restaurant invites children under the age of 6 to dine free at Sunday Brunch (kids aged 6 to 11 dine for $55). There’s also a play room with multiple play structures and Lego toys; activities such as face-painting and balloon-sculpting; and a kids’ food corner. (1 Fullerton Sq, 049178)
This hideout at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa Singapore has a buffet counter just for kids on Sundays, which comes with burger patties, pasta, finger food, hearty soups and a chocolate fountain. The section is built lower than elsewhere in the restaurant, so children can easily reach the food items. (101 Siloso Rd, 098970, 6371 1966)
The kids programme at its Bishan outlet varies, but activities include interacting with birds; playing with sensory items such as water beads and child-safe play dough; and doing sand art. Workshops are also organised during the school holidays. Follow GRUB on Facebook for updates. (510 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, 569983)
Authentic Italian cuisine and a place for the kids to go nuts? Parents, this is the place for you. Let them jump in the bouncy castle or on the trampoline, watch educational cartoons and play with the vast stack of toys. Even better? La Barca puts up a water slide and complimentary towels on weekends. #winning. (90 Goodman Rd, Goodman Arts Centre, Block C, #01-21, 439053)
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