Restaurants in Singapore certainly don’t come cheap, especially when you have a full-on family meal to fund. Fortunately, for kids in Singapore there actually is such thing as a free lunch, or dinner depending on where you go.
Kids eat free in Singapore? Seriously? Yep.
Here are 15 great restaurants in Singapore where you can feed those hungry mouths for the fabulous price of zilch SGD!
Restaurants in Singapore Where Kids Eat Free
Brussels Sprouts at Robertson Quay is a favourite with families and gets very busy at the weekends. This place takes kid-friendly to the nth degree. There are colouring activities, kids eat free on certain days and the kid’s menu is great. Older kids who aren’t so interested in the activity sheets can occupy themselves riding their scooters along the river.
If you have a furry friend, this place can be hit and miss if you have a pooch in tow. Sometimes they’re dog friendly and sometimes they’re not. It really depends on what mood they’re in it seems!
Kids eat free: Children under 10 eat free from 12:00 p.m. – 17:00 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. Includes free flow fountain soft drinks and a scoop of ice cream. One paying adult per child.
Chili’s at Clarke Quay (Central Mall) is a rowdy, bustling restaurant that is perfect for parents who have noisy kids in tow. The kid’s menu doubles up as a colouring sheet with free crayons enclosed. All kid’s meals come with a drink and scoop of ice cream. Although there is no specific play area for the kids, the restaurant is a fun and vibrant place that’s sure to keep your little ones entertained and happy.
Kids eat free: Kids under the age of 12 eat free until 6 p.m. (not valid on public holidays or the eve of public holidays).
Morganfield’s kid-friendly restaurant at Suntec is a cosy dinner that offers a range of favourites, including their famous signature BBQ pork ribs. The kid’s menu includes options to suit all young tastebuds, including fish fingers, chicken tenders, hot dogs and meatballs.
Kids eat free: Kids under 8 years or 120 cm eat free all weekend and on public holidays.
California Kitchen at Forum offers innovative pizza and pasta dishes in a fresh environment.
If you find yourself on Orchard Road with the kids in tow on a regular basis, it could be worth signing up for the Hip Kid’s Club or the CPKid’s Club. The Kid’s Club is completely free and you can sign up online at www.cpkgps.com. All kid’s club members qualify for California Kitchen’s kid’s eat free promotion. Regular kid’s meals cost $14.50++ and come with a soft drinks or Iced tea (additional $1 for milk and $2 for juice), selected kid’s pizza or pasta and kid’s sundae or brownie.
Keep your eye out for special kid-focussed events, like pizza-making workshops, which generally take place during the holidays.
Kids eat free: All kid’s club members qualify for California Kitchen’s kids eat free promotion.
Mezza9 restaurant at the Grand Hyatt Hotel is a buffet-style restaurant with a little bit of something for everyone. If there’s a few of you and you book plenty of time in advance, you can request a private room, which gives your little ones some freedom to run around and play games while you eat (sup champagne) without disturbing the other diners.
Kids eat free: Children under the age of seven eat for free on Sundays.
Basilico at The Regent Hotel in Singapore is a great place to head for Sunday brunch with the kids in tow. An award-winning Italian restaurant, the Sunday lunch features a fantastic Italian buffet spread with favourites like antipasti, pasta and gelato (yum!). Come Sunday, the restaurant opens up its special kiddie’s playroom, which comes complete with healthy snacks, bouncy castle, game consoles, arts and crafts and other fun activities.
Kids eat free: Kids under the age of 5 dine for free.
Melt- The World Cafe at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel is a great place to head with the littlies on Sundays. The family-friendly Sunday brunch offers mama and dada a perfect chance to get quietly sozzled while the kids enjoy a range of entertainment and activities. Visitors to the brunch can take advantage of the purpose-built children’s pool, which features bubble jet water features. Surrounded by family cabanas, it is shielded from the main pool to provide privacy and much-needed shade for post-brunch families.
Kids eat free: Kids aged below 7 years old can dine for free during Sunday Brunch.
Cafe Mosaic at the Carlton Hotel offers a great kid-friendly menu throughout the weekend with an additional high-tea treat at the weekend.
Cafe Mosaic often run special promotions during school holidays, so keep your eyes peeled for the latest deals.
Kids eat free: Kids aged 5 years and below get to dine for free seven days a week, up to a maximum of two kids per table per bill.
The Bank Bar + Bistro is right slap bang in the heart of the CBD. It is a great place to take your littlies on a weekend because not only do kids eat free with every full paying adult, there’s a great playroom equipped with toys and cartoons.
The bistro itself is very child friendly; however, they tell us that their building isn’t, and therefore they encourage parents to keep a close eye on their children at all times and request that kiddos do not run around the premises. There is also a child restriction policy in place. Children are welcome until 9pm Sunday through Thursday with no restriction, but no children under the age of 18 are permitted on the ground floor after 5pm Friday and Saturday, so get there early folks!
Kids eat free: On weekends and public holidays, kids up to 12 years old can eat for free from 9 am to 6 pm.
Brussels Sprouts at Big Splash is a favourite with families and gets very busy at the weekends. As with its Robertson Quay counterpart, this place takes kid-friendly very seriously. There are colouring activities, children’s entertainers on weekends, a great kid’s menu and indoor and outdoor play areas, so the kiddos will be happy in all weathers!
Kids eat free: Children under the age of 10 eat free weekends and public hols. Includes free flow fountain soft drinks and a scoop of ice cream.
Starz restaurant is a bright and colourful venue that offers a wide choice of buffet-type fare of both international and local cuisines. Although there isn’t much in the way of entertainment and activities available for kids, the biggest draw is the kids eat free offer.
Kids eat free: Up to two kids aged 12 and below dine free with every two paying adults.
Alkaff is a fantastic spot for the whole family to enjoy afternoon tea or Sunday brunch. Not only is it one of Singapore’s most beautiful restaurants (not that your kiddos will really appreciate that), it is set in vast grounds that your little ones will love running around. Sunday brunch is a family fave, as too is the weekend bouncy castle.
Kids eat free: Kids under the age of five eat free Sunday brunch.
The Marmalade Pantry @ The Stables is a very popular weekend brunch spot that attracts families in their droves. If you’re looking for a more relaxed lunch with the kids in two, head there on a weekday. Not only will you enjoy a much quieter dining experience, you’ll also be able to take advantage of their kids eat free promotion, which is available for children aged 12 and under from Tuesday – Friday from 12pm to 5pm.
Kids eat free: Children 12 and under from Tuesday – Friday from 12pm to 5pm. One free kids main with every adult main order.
Morganfield’s kid-friendly restaurant at Star Vista is a cosy dinner that offers a range of favourites, including their famous signature BBQ pork ribs. The kid’s menu includes options to suit all young tastebuds, including fish fingers, chicken tenders, hot dogs and meatballs.
Kids eat free: Children under the age of 8 eat for free on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Smokey’s BBQ is a great destination for parents with kiddos who like to run around and let loose. The outdoor dining area is perfect for kids to roam around and the relaxed feel of the environment will mean you don’t have to worry about making too much noise.
Kids eat free: During weekend brunch, kids under the age of 10 eat free with any adult main course ordered.
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