Family Feast: HoneyKids list of Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Ignatius
Nov 09, 2019

Today we feature in our Family Feast segment a list of child friendly restaurants in Singapore curated by HoneyKids (www.honeykidsasia.com) and the original list is featured in the article entitled "Best child-friendly restaurants and cafes in Singapore: kids’ menus and cool play areas" and is found here.

Features foosball and ping pong activities for the kids as well as an extensive children menu. Details on Bayswater Kitchen above!

This highly rated safari edition of Tiong Bahru Bakery brings families back to the old kampung days complete with an edible garden, chickens and rabbits against a lush backdrop of dense forest. The food and cakes are consistently good as with other Tiong Bahru Bakery outlets but this one is a special must try at Dempsey for the family on a weekend of weekday after day school. Check out HoneyKids' complete review of Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari here.

This was a featured place in our Good Food and Child's Play article as well. Ola Beach Club is a perennial in almost every list for the family. On the beach of Sentosa complete with necessities for parents like children changing and cleaning up facilities after playing in the sand, the pool and the bouncing castle. This is a full day out for the kids while parents rotate the eating with child-minding. Honeykids' full review of the Ola Beach Club is found in this link.

HoneyKids suggests the best thing about Summerlong is its old-school soft-serve ice-cream station with toppings galore. Awesome!

Don't let the juicy burgers distract you from the kids! Yes, Potato Head serves up good food and is a great hangout for the family as well. Besides the drinks commonly associated with having a good time at Potato Head Folk, the restaurant has children friendly spaces as well.

Open Farm Community is another must-experience venue for the children. Tucked in Minden Road Dempsey, the restaurant has a rich variety of edible plants and vegetables, providing parents an opportunity to enjoy the food and educate their kids on how food is made, where it comes from and on our reliance and dependence on mother earth for life and nourishment. Highly recommended for a family outing.

Back to the indoors with Oxwell & Co. in Tanjong Pagar. A fun filled place to eat, draw and doodle! I can imagine parents sweating and fretting constantly at cleaning up chalk, edible paints at home as their kids literally bring colour to their life (and living room furniture). Parents not to worry, I doubt you'd be charged extra for colouring the furniture at Oxwell & Co., phew!

The other places listed by HoneyKids are also featured below. Hopefully there is an ideal spot and more, from one the restaurants in this article. Enjoy the read.

Check out Cafe Melba's article collaboration with TheAsianParent here!

The Robertson Quay Kith Cafe outlet is an ideal dining and cosy spot for the kids to eat and play. The cafe offers children toys to play after a meal while parents catch a breath. All good!

Thanks again to HoneyKids for their contribution of experiences, finding fine food ideal for children and parents.

Note: The article features content and information about the restaurants from Munch but references reviews and opinions found in the article. We acknowledge HoneyKidsAsia.com for their novel work and contribution in uncovering gems for restaurant discovery which is Munch's intent and purpose.

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Ignatius