Kid Friendly and Vegetarian Friendly: 9 Family Friendly Restaurants with Playgrounds for Vegetarian Families, in Singapore
Looking for kid-friendly restaurants that are also vegetarian-friendly and wondering if they even exist? A restaurant with a playground can be a dream come true for many parents. Because kids will be kids and having something to do makes them so much easier to be out with!
Well, these 9 restaurants rise up to the challenge to prove that being family-friendly and vegetarian-friendly can be mutually inclusive. So here folks are our favourite Kid-friendly Restaurants in Singapore that are also Vegetarian-Friendly. Not only do these eateries have play grounds or play areas for the kids, they also have a good selection of vegetarian dishes on their menus. So, Eat, Play, Enjoy!
Privé Keppel Bay
Privé is a wonderful restaurant at the edge of the water at Keppel Bay. You can enjoy a vegan Mediterranean Salad alongisde lovely views of the Marina, while kids dig into PB&J with Flourless Banana & Oat-Pancakes. With a plethora of veg options for salads, mains, drinks and desserts, you will be spoilt for choice. We especially love their indulgent, and completely vegan, Blueberry Almond Cake. The cherry on the cake is the little outdoor playground and a kids’ corner where the little ones can watch cartoons on a TV. Kids also receive colouring supplies to keep them occupied. Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month is Kids’ Day – from 12noon to 3pm, there are magic shows, balloon sculpting and glitter tattoos. Check out Vegan & Vegetarian Dining by the Marina, at Privé Keppel Bay: Review.
Privé Keppel Bay: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382. P: 6776 0777. Website.
Open Farm Community
OFC’s got everything. A great place to eat, with enough to keep vegetarians happy, you can dig into their soups, starters, salads, smoothies and more while the kids enjoy at their open playground. The sand playground and open space to run around means you can eat in peace. They even give out crayons and paper for the little ones to get creative. A special kids menu is the icing on the cake. Click here to Go gaga over veggies with our vegetarian dining review of Open Farm Community.
Open Farm Community: 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819. P: +65 6471 0306
Zaffron Kitchen at East Coast
From Pao Baji and Papdi Chat to Dal Makhani and a variety of breads, vegetarians will be spoilt for choice at Zaffron. Noting beats the aroma emanating from an Indian kitchen and here, you will be serenaded with flavours that will tempt your senses. If you have kids below 7, the play area is a big draw. A chic contemporary vibe and amazing food makes this place so loved. Besides being family-friendly, Zaffron Kitchen also features on our list of 8 Top Restaurants for Mid-range North-Indian Vegetarian Dining in Singapore.
Zaffron Kitchen: 135/137 East Coast Road, Singapore 428820. P: +65 6440 6786
ALT Pizza at Robertson Quayside
Awesome pizzas with +650,000 unique pizza combinations that you can design yourself, at ALT Pizza you don’t just get excellent food but also an equally wonderful play-area. At the Robertson Quay outlet, there are balloons and crayons for the kids. With a separate colouring table for the kids and an enclosed playpen for the littler ones, the kids are sure to have a ball. Besides, there is plenty of open space around and a tuk-tuk on display nearby for the older ones to just run around. They can also dig into the most delightfully thin crust pizzas while you enjoy yours. While the Hipster pizza is superb amongst a host of equally wonderful pizzas, there are salads and more for vegetarians as well. Read our full review at ALTogether Awesome Vegetarian Pizzas at Alt Pizza Singapore.
ALT Pizza: 01-05, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252. P: 67330490
Timbre @ Gillman
Child-friendly factor galore at Timbre folks! And the separate Vegetarian menu section is the other reason to visit Timbre. Choose from delights like Baked Portobello Mushrooms with Buffalo Mozzarella, Caprese & Guacamole Crostini and Creamy Mushroom and Leak Tarts from amongst the savoury dishes. Desserts are indulgent with teasers like Dome Raspberry, Dome Crunchy Chocolate and Profiteroles to dig into. The activities, live band and playground add to the charm. There is Make Up, Bouncy Castle, Drawing and Pirate Ship to Free Bubbles and more for the kids to stay engrossed and amply entertained.
Timbre @ Gillman: 9A Lock Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108926. P: +65 6694 4201
The Goodman Arts Centre branch of Cafe Melba is very popular with families with kids, ours included. Dine out near the lawns for a picnic-type vibe and watch the kids have a gala time on the bouncy castle which they put up on weekdays from 3pm – 8pm and weekends & Public Holidays from 9am – 8pm. Besides the bouncy, they also offer ‘Monthly Art & Craft Fun’ every first Saturday of the month. Still want more? Kids eat free every Monday (with the purchase of any main meal) and there is a little arts and crafts corner set up for them to have an art jamming session.
There are enough options for vegetarians and the gluten-free, to draw in the crowds. A Kids Set Menu is another plus. If you eat egg, there is even more variety for you. Choose from Starters, Sandwiches and Burgers, Pasta, Pizzas & Calzones and desserts.
Cafe Melba: 90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre Block N, #01-56, Singapore 439053. P: +65 64406068
When you’re talking family-friendly, Marché has to be on the list. If you’ve lived in Singapore more than a few days, chances are you’ve already eaten at Marché. From the fresh hand pressed Juices to Salads, Sandwiches, Soups and Gourmet Pizzas, vegetarians have a lot to choose from – we specially love the savoury crepes. Or maybe we love the sweet crepes more. Kids can enjoy one free Picky Kids Meal with a minimum spend of S$60 in a single receipt and it includes a choice of drink, main course and dessert. Marché Mövenpick [email protected], Suntec City and VivoCity offer indoor kids play area, high chairs and Brio table (not available at [email protected]). There is also a changing table at [email protected], while the other two have toilets with changing tables outside the restaurants in the mall within a minute of walking distance.
Marche Mövenpick: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-14, VivoCity 098585. P: +656376 8226
Marche Mövenpick: [email protected]: [email protected], Singapore. P: +65 6834 4041
Marché: Suntec City, Singapore. P: +65 6337 3134
District 10 Restaurant & Bar at UE Square
If not for the food, you will surely want to go here for the Bouncy castle (on weekends and public holidays) that is just next to your table when you dine outdoors. We’ve not eaten here much, but we’ve gone a couple of times for the unbeatable combination of bouncy and ice-cold brew.
District 10: Clemenceau Avenue, Ue Square #01-15/16/17, Singapore 239917. P: +65 6738 4788
Boomarang at Robertson Quay
With more than a few vegetarian menu options and a Kids Little Tackers Menu, this authentic Australian cuisine café, bar & bistro serves good food. The kids’ menu doesn’t really have too many veg choices but it does come as a colour-in sheet for some kiddy fun. The main menu is quite vegetarian-friendly though. At Robertson Quay by the Singapore River, the massive front of the restaurant offers ample parking, tables with river view and open area for kids to play.
Boomarang: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-15 The Quayside, Singapore 238252. P: +65 6738 1077
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