Does having a baby mean the end of the dining out lifestyle? If you’re a foodie, the prospect of staying at home for dinner or living on take outs for the next few years might feel like a drag. But if you bring your baby to a restaurant and he or she starts to cry, you’re worried that you’re being inconsiderate to other diners.
Fortunately, there are places in Singapore enlightened enough to declare themselves baby-friendly restaurants. Not only do these restaurants tolerate babies, they welcome them and offer facilities for them! Here are 5 baby-friendlyrestaurants you can feel safe visiting with your little one.
5 baby-friendly restaurants to visit with your baby
1. Brussel Sprouts
This popular eatery in Robertson Quay has rave reviews from parents, mostly because kids get to eat for free during weekends! With that said, this is a place that both welcomes families with babies and serves excellent food, so be prepared for tables to fill up fast here.
- Address: 80 Mohammed Sultan Road
2. Zaffron Kitchen
This chic Indian eaterie in Katong offers baby changing facilities and a play area for toddlers. The restaurant is bright, fun and friendly, and offers a cheerful kid’s menu, a great way to introduce a toddler to Indian food.
- Address: 135/137 East Coast Road
3. Red Star Restaurant
Bring a screaming baby into this old-school establishment, and the staff won’t blink an eye as they’ve seen it all. The regulars who visit this baby-friendly restaurant for dim sum spreads have the same laid-back, low-key attitude, so don’t worry about it and tuck into your meal. A bonus are the baby changing facilities in the washrooms.
- Address: #07-23, Blk 54, Chin Swee Road
4. Food For Thought
If you enjoy good food in a simple and unpretentious atmosphere, come to Food for Thought. With three branches located at the Botanic Gardens, National Museum and Singapore Art Museum, Food for Thought celebrates families, the environment and savoring life. Here, you can breastfeed in peace without stares, and your older kids will surely love the huge play area at Botanic Gardens outlet.
- Botanic Gardens: 1 Cluny Road, #B1-00
- National Museum: 93 Stamford Road #01-04/5
- Singapore Art Museum (Fast food only): 8 Queen Street
There’s been a number of fine dining establishments in Singapore that have openly banned babies and kids from their premises, but Pollen, run by Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton, welcomes babies and even seats them in designer Stokke high chairs. Located in the serene Flower Dome in Gardens By the Bay, you can enjoy exquisitely plated Modern European creations and enjoy beautiful views of Marina Bay.
- Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive #01-09
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