10 Family-Friendly Restaurants Your Kids Will Love

Family day coming around? This March school holidays, we've come up with a list of family-friendly spots for taking the kids out!

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Quentin's The Eurasian Restaurant (Ceylon Road)
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For A Eurasian-Style Outing
Nestled inside the Eurasian Community House (there's a small playground inside!) is this restaurant dishing out timeless Eurasian classics - great for exposing the young ones to cultural food. Go straight for the tangy Babi Assam ($20.80) or the addictively delicious Curry Debal Chicken ($21.80) that sees a fiery curry with fresh chicken, bacon bones, chicken cocktails, cabbage and spices. Try something new with the Black Ink Calamari ($20.80) and Pineapple Prawn Curry ($20.80) for a spicy, tangy kick!


Cafe Melba (Goodman Arts Centre)
Photo by Burppler Jessica Chew 

For Artsy Afternoon Brunches 
Nestled in the vibrant arts enclave of Goodman Arts Centre, Cafe Melba is the perfect way to appreciating arts with your children! There's also a safe, open space for your little ones to play to their heart's content. Fuel up for a full day of quality family time with their hearty Full Melba Breakfast ($25), which comes with the full works, as well as hashbrown, which will entice even the pickiest of eaters. Indulge in their Chicken Parmigiana ($24), a tender, panko-breaded chicken filet stuffed with mozzarella cheese and ham!

Slappy Cakes
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For DIY Edible Fun 
Let the kids play pancake chef at this interactive parlour in town. They'll love the hands-on action whipping up pancakes in different shapes and sizes. Leave them to their imaginations and be wowed by their masterpieces! Pick between their chocolate, pandan, wholegrain or buttermilk batters (from $8.50), then select as many sweet or savoury toppings as you wish, like cheddar cheese ($2), ham ($3), strawberries ($3) and dark chocolate chips ($1.50). To keep those bellies full after some DIY fun, order up their crispy BBQ Chicken (from $8) to munch on!


Wildseed (The Summerhouse)
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For Plane Spotting Family Fun
Housed in an 80-year-old British Colonial house, this cafe on the grounds of Seletar Aerospace Park is the place to kick back and relax with family. Tuck into their Wagyu Beef Burger ($23), served with kid favourite curly fries, which Burppler : ) praised for its "thick, juicy wagyu patty." Don't leave without trying their Pea Flower Coconut Muffin ($6.50), a brightly coloured sweet treat that is reminiscent of ondeh ondeh. Little aspiring aviators can also hop over nearby to check out the planes parked over in the Aerospace Park!

Spruce (Phoenix Park)
Photo by Burppler Sharon Tan

For Lush Green Alfresco Dining
Hidden along Tanglin Road is Spruce, a cosy, green corner away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Wind down from a family day out with their Sous Vide Beef Short Ribs ($33), slow-cooked for 48 hours till fall off the bone tender, which Burppler Ni Eats loved. If you're there for brunch, try their BIG Chicken Benny ($21), fried chicken served on corn waffles and topped with luscious poached eggs. A decadent sight to behold!

Photo by Burppler Bryan Lee

For Reliable Western Favourites
Known for dishing up affordable and quality Western cuisine, COLLIN'S boasts more than 20 outlets across Singapore. The tables and outlets are massive, so there's plenty of space for your family. Plus, who doesn't like fries and meat? Don't miss their 1-for-1 Mixed Grill ($20) with Burpple Beyond, which comes with two nicely-grilled pieces of chicken and pork, pork sausage, baked gratin and vegetables. Burppler Shane Sng "could not resist the fried squid tempura and fries as a side dish."


Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari (Dempsey)
Photo by Burppler Jade W

For Safari Fun in Dempsey
TBB's spanking new safari-themed outlet is housed in a gorgeous glamping set-up, sharing an outdoor play area with adjacent Open Farm Community. Mom friends, catch up in the cosy tent over the delicious Kouign Amann ($4.50) and a signature TBB Teh Tarik ($6.60). When the children are done frolicking outside, get 'em the winning Pulled Pork Burger ($10.50)!

Whisk & Paddle
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For Mac and Cheese on Impromptu Playdates
There is plenty of space at this open-air, parkside cafe for big groups and the play area is set smack in the middle, so you can keep a watchful eye over the little ones as they mingle. Make sure to order the gooey Mac and Cheese ($14.80) that isn't too jelak, and is great for sharing with the kids. The dessert counter is also well-stocked with yummy cakes, so go ahead and treat yourself to something while waiting.

Vineyard At HortPark
Photo by Burppler Khaw Han Chung

For Lunch and Strolling
Vineyard is a gorgeous French restaurant nestled in the verdant greens of HortPark (how about some botanical education for the younglings?) with lovingly prepared food. We're talking favourites like Spiced 20hrs Irish Duck Leg Confit ($28), Citrus Glazed Poulet ($28) or Barramundi Acqua Pazza ($28), which uses Ah Hua Kelong Farmed Barramundi prepared fresh daily. Surrounded by solid dishes, nature and beautifully-aged wood tables, your family is in for an extraordinarily good time.


TungLok Seafood
Photo by Burppler Maureen Ow

For Seafoody Goodness
Your family is in for a delicious seafood feast with Tunglok Seafood, which has been serving up Singapore-style dishes and fresh seafood since established in 1984! Famous for their Signature Chili Crab ($8.80/100g), you'll also want to tuck into an array of other classic dishes such as Crispy Chicken ($16/half), Baked Pork Rib with Chef's Special Sauce ($10), Sauteed Seafood and Vegetables Served in Yam Ring ($28), Baby 'Kai Lan' served in Chinchalok Sauce ($14) and more.