Where to eat on your family weekend staycation in Singapore
Many of us find ourselves constantly googling and searching for where is the best place to eat. During a staycation, you would want this to the last thing to worry about.
Food plays a crucial role in how families remember their holiday.
Being such a multicultural location in South East Asia makes it easy for Singapore to sweep you right off your feet with its immense variety in finger-licking good dishes, from MANY different kinds of cuisine, from Indian, Chinese, Malay, Japanese, Korean and the list goes on.
Therefore, in order to help you remember your weekend family staycation, we thought we’d provide you with a list of the best family and kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore!
Camp Kilo Charcoal Club | Family Staycation
The Kilo Collective has got it right, yet again.
Every Sunday, Camp Kilo Charcoal Club brings families together by creating the most ingenious BBQ meals in Singapore.
Set on their outdoor area close to the Kallang riverside, you can expect to sit back and relax.
Enjoy their incredible items while listening to only the best live music in the background.
Live music isn’t the only form of entertainment that visits – there are also artists’ markets with locally made crafts, fashion and artisanal pieces you can’t leave Singapore without.
Their bi-weekly Sunday Camp Kiddo is perfect for the kids.
They have a wide range of original ideas and activities for children.
For example, craft-making, storytelling forts, food sensory games and going on exciting adventures on the river!
Parents are also welcome to join.
For these reasons and many more we wish you to discover, the Camp Kilo Charcoal Club earns its place as number one in the top ten child-friendly restaurants in Singapore.
FOC SENTOSA | Beach Staycation
Discover a wide range of contemporary Mediterranean dishes, conceptualised by Michelin Star Chef Nandu Jubany, Alma Mater of FOC Group, as well as refreshing drinks and summery wines.
Share some Tapas, enjoy our Signature Paellas and indulge in the juicy BBQ meat selection, seafood & Fish.
Everything that the Mediterranean souls are craving for!
Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari | City Holiday
The Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari is a wonderful concept for a restaurant.
The name speaks for itself. It’s a safari-themed restaurant that truly makes you feel like you’re truly immersed in an adventure in the middle of the jungle.
Their menu mirrors their philosophy well – supportive of ethically sourced and health-conscious nutrition.
Besides its amazing food, TBB has incredible outdoor facilities that will keep your kids busy and entertained.
They have a great ‘edible garden’ from which many of their veggies and spices come from, as well as bunnies and chickens children love saying hello to.
They open at 8:00 am, which is perfect for early risers and families with younger children.
We strongly recommend you try some of their smoothies – they have what seem to be interminable combinations of fruit that compliment each other in the best way possible.
Carrotsticks and Cravings | City Holiday
For health-focused families, Carrotsticks and Cravings will definitely make an impression as one of the most well-thought-out family-friendly restaurants in Singapore.
Each dish is packed with a great deal of highly green and nutritious ingredients.
We strongly recommend you to check out this restaurant for breakfast or brunch!
They have a wide variety of smoothies and freshly-squeezed juices.
Their kids’ menu is very successful.
Of course, you can expect it to be very healthy and creatively put together with the help of vegan ingredients like hummus.
OPEN FARM COMMUNITY | Family Holiday
The island’s Open Farm Community is not only one of the top ten family-friendly restaurants in Singapore, but it’s also what people like to think of as a fun learning hub.
It provides a space for children to connect with nature and gardening.
With the restaurant’s vegetables growing just in their garden, children can learn all about their farm-to-table philosophy and why it’s so important to do it.
Their menu is healthy and mirrors their goal of wanting to promote a healthy and animal-loving lifestyle.
Their playground has a great sandbox and originally-shaped playground in the form of a cow.
There’s also lawn bowling, ping pong tables, and a small farm.
Botany | City Holiday
There’s so much to love at this riverside cafe.
Firstly, the menu, which is 95 per cent MSG- and preservative-free and which offers the best of East and West — so grandma can have her congee while the teen chows down on avocado toast.
In addition, there are two kids play areas, one indoors and one outdoors, to keep younger ones occupied.
Bring Baby too; space is stroller (and wheelchair-friendly) and the staff will set up the diaper changing table if you need it.
GRUB at Bishan Park | Family Holiday
The amazing inspired menu here and its awesome location, smack in the heart of Bishan Park, where kids can run around and scoot to their heart’s content before winding down with Milo Floats.
While there’s no kids’ menu, Grub has activities galore for little ones on selected Saturday mornings each month.
The cafe brings in specialised vendors who provide activities such as clay sculpting, floral arrangement, crafts and Chinese storytelling – all free for diners.