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Going out to eat with the whole family, kids and all, puts a dent in the old wallet. So how about a FREE meal for the kids so that the pressure’s off? From kid-friendly restaurants with supervised activities to dim sum buffets to Champagne-fuelled extravaganzas – all places where your kids get to chow down for free! Still looking for a free lunch? Read about these Foodie Apps & Dining Deal Books to Score 1-for-1 Meals in Singapore.
Japanese restaurants at itadakimasu by PARCO
Looking for affordable family-friendly Japanese food in Singapore? Check out 9 different Japanese restaurants at itadakimasu by PARCO, all under one roof at 100AM Mall. There’s everything from premium sushi, to gyoza, crispy fried tonkatsu, shabu shabu, slurpy ramen and soft serve ice cream Japanese style! Most of the Japanese restaurants have a kid’s menu for children aged 12 years old and below.
Kids eat free: At ramen specialist, Ramen Keisuke Tori King, one kid will receive a free kid’s ramen bowl with every adult order! So if two adults dine you get two free kids ramen bowls while if it’s just one adult dining, one child eats free and the second child’s ramen is only $9.90++.
Parents will love: The huge selection of Japanese restaurants at itadakimasu by PARCO – come back multiple times to try all the different Japanese cuisines at different restaurants. After your meal head on over to Japanese soft serve store Emma for “gravity defying” soft serve made using premium Japanese milk. You can turn these soft serves upside down and the ice cream won’t slip or fall – isn’t that the ultimate toddler dessert?
itadakimasu by PARCO, 100 Tras Street, 100AM Mall Level 2 & Level 3, Singapore 079027, www.parcoitadakimasu.com
If you’re after classic Southern American comfort food – think fried chicken, mac ‘n’ cheese, burgers and even chicken & waffles – then make your way to The Bird at Marina Bay Sands. The kids’ menu – featuring fried chicken, a cheeseburger, shrimp ‘n’ grits, and mac ‘n’ cheese – will be a hit with young ones. It’s not the healthiest, but that’s probably not what you’re there for either, mama.
Kids eat free: Kids 12 and under eat free on Sundays with the purchase of any adult main. A kid’s meal also includes a drink and scoop of homemade ice cream.
Parents will love: With a bright ambience, classic rock tunes and comfy booths, it’s a super kid-friendly set-up. The Bird actually does have some truly excellent salads, and we think even kiddos will love the sweet Brussels Sprouts with spiced honey. And we’re huge fans of the weekend brunch menu, which features free-flow Prosecco and Bloody Marys on Saturdays!
The Bird Southern Table and Bar, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, L1-82 (Bay Level) and B1-07 (Galleria Level), 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972, Tel: (+65) 6688 9959, www.marinabaysands.com/the bird
La Brasserie in The Fullerton Bay Hotel
La Brasserie taking up a narrow wing in The Fullerton Bay Hotel does French dining with Marina Bay waterfront views seen from their 10-metre-high floor to ceiling windows. Recently refurbished, with its Neo-Palladian architecture, La Brasserie sets a sophisticated scene for dining. The food is French brasserie classics from Traditional Onion Soup ($19) to Suprême de Canard Confit ($39) and a selection of Galettes ($23/$28 with a cider) or plump for weekend brunch where there is a dedicated supervised kids’ corner.
Kids eat free: Under 6 year olds eat free. There is also a mini kids’ buffet in the kids’ room so littlies don’t need to take a break from face painting, balloon sculpting, drawing, TV and other fun-filled activities.
Parents will love: Weekend brunch sees a food buffet spanning fresh crustacean on ice, Slow-Roasted Prime Rib, Crispy Crackling Pig, charcuterie and cheese and a room for desserts plus made-to-order dishes (from Duck Confit to Prawn Laksa) served to your table. There is a DIY Bloody Mary station too – a staggering collection of condiments, spices and sauces to go in your Vodka which is also dangerously self-serve! Saturday prices: ($68/$99/$138 for soft drinks/Bloody Marys and wine, beer/plus Veuve Clicquot) plus Sundays have the addition of free flow Ruinart Blanc de Blancs. ($168).
La Brasserie at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326, Tel: (+65) 6597 5288, www.fullertonhotels.com/the-fullerton-bay-hotel/la-brasserie
Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre is a well-known name on the kid-friendly lists with their huge space for running and scooting around freely not to mention the playroom, arts and crafts station plus bouncy castles (which is now open EVERY DAY (if weather permits) from 3-8pm weekdays and 9am-8pm weekends). At Cafe Melba Mediapolis they also have the perfect space for scooting, a giant tic-tac-toe game and bouncy castle too.
Kids eat free: At Cafe Melba Goodman Arts Centre only, 1 child eats free with a main meal purchase on Mondays plus there’s bouncy castle on Mondays from 3 pm.
Parents will love: There’s a Kids Club on hand (entry is free with every kid’s meal purchased) so parents can actually eat their lunch without entertaining kids themselves, phew! Kids can collect loyalty stamps and receive a surprise gift on every visit. Collect 5 stamps for a free meal for mom or dad, 10 stamps to join the Kids Gold Club for the big win – a free kids’ meal every single visit.
Cafe Melba, 90 Goodman Road Goodman Arts Centre, Block N #01-56, Singapore 439053, Tel: (+65) 6440 6068, www.cafemelba.com.sg
Cafe Mosaic, Carlton Hotel
Cafe Mosaic does an international weekend buffet spread spanning Western and local favourites from Rojak to Laksa.
Kids eat free: Kids below 6 years old dine for free, with a maximum of two children per table
Parents will love: The hotel buffet includes a bounty of seafood from Oysters to Tiger Prawns and Salmon Sashimi. On the weekend there are kids’ activities from 12pm to 2pm, too so your kids will be entertained while you enjoy lunch.
Cafe Mosaic, Carlton Hotel Singapore, 76 Bras Basah Road Singapore 189558, Tel: (+65) 6338 8333, www.carltonhotel.sg/dining/cafe-mosaic-singapore
Not only does CPK offer a wide range of yummy pizzas (from your classic Margherita to inventive options like Peking Duck and Philly Cheesesteak, not to mention their new super healthy, gluten free cauliflower crust), but their kids’ menu also features crowd-pleasing pastas that the kitchen manages to turn our lickety split, and they helpfully provide color-in activity sheet placemats and a cup of crayons when you sit down. Best of all, anyone who joins their free CPK Fan Rewards programme gets up to two free kids’ meals every time you visit (one free kid’s meal per adult main course purchased).
California Pizza Kitchen, 442 Orchard Road, #01-18 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879, Tel: (+65) 6836 0110, www.cpkgps.com
Cherry Garden, a beautiful Cantonese restaurant at Mandarin Oriental Singapore, has been designed with Feng Shui in mind (maybe the zen calmness will transcend to your family too). Head here for your fill of Cantonese dim sum.
Kids Eat Free: 6 yrs and below eat for free at the weekend dim sum brunch buffet ($68 for adults, $40 for kids 7-11).
Parents will love: Dim sum favourites of the Crispy Wasabi-Aioli Prawns with fresh mango and tobiko, Steamed Juicy Pork Xiao Long Bao ($7) and delicious Steamed Kurobuta Char Siew in Fluffy Bao ($7).
Cherry Garden, 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039801, Tel: (+65) 6885 3538, www.mandarinoriental.com/singapore/fine-dining/cherry-garden
The Edge at Pan Pacific
The Edge at Pan Pacific offers a four-hour brunch ($118) served at seven live food ‘theaters’ offering everything from Peking duck and laksa to the Knife Shaved Crudo Bar, Scorched Raclette Cheese and a Caviar Bar. Go up to watch the theatrical cooking and you needn’t even worry about looking like a glutton with a loaded plate as waiters will deliver your food directly to your table.
Kids eat free: The buffet brunch is free for kids under 6 years while the older kids are at $59 (with free flow soft drinks and juice). During Sunday brunch, there is a professional balloon sculptor and a kids’ level icecream buffet for little hands to access.
Parents will love: There’s a dedicated Kids Corner to keep your munchkins entertained so you may as well grab a little glass (or two) of bubbly! The full shebang with free flow champagne, wine, beer and cocktails is at $198.
The Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595, Tel: (+65) 6826 8240, www.edgefoodtheatre.com
The famous Japanese ramen chain IPPUDO has just started offering free kids meals for the first time at their latest Tanjong Pagar Centre outlet only.
Kids Eat Free: Slurp up a regular ramen every weekend (11am – 10pm) and your kid gets a free Kid’s Delight meal featuring IPPUDO’s original tonkotsu ramen paired with healthy riceballs and homemade potato salad with mixed veggies. Oishii!
Parents will love: The slurptastic ramen! Plus from 17 November until 25 December 2017, there will be a kids’ bouncy castle at the park on weekends – win-win for kiddo and parents who can let their kids burn off some energy before hitting the noodles!
IPPUDO, 5 Wallich Street, Tanjong Pagar Centre #01-15, 078883. https://www.facebook.com/ippudosg/
Supply & Demand
Supply & Demand is an Italian restaurant (the flagship being at Esplanade) with edgy industrial interiors as well as alfresco dining by the waterfront. On the menu is a mix of pastas and pizzas and Asian fusion dishes from Burmese Tea Leaf Salad to the Singapore-craze of Salted Egg Yolk Fries and Salted Egg Yolk Drumlets.
Kids eat free: Kids 10 years old and below enjoy a free item from the new Kids’ Menu with every adult main course. (Mondays to Sundays for lunch at Supply & Demand at Orchardgateway and at Supply & Demand, Esplanade the promotion is available for weekend lunch.)
Parents will love: The Esplanade outlet has a rooftop bar with stunning views of the Lion City’s skyline plus interiors here are chic and modern.
Supply & Demand, 277 Orchard Road, Orchardgateway #02-13/14, Singapore 238858, Tel: (+65) 6702 6218
Supply & Demand, 8 Raffles Avenue, Esplanade Mall #01-13 Annexe Singapore 039802, Tel: (+65) 6336 0588. www.supplyanddemand.com.sg
Sabio By The Sea @ Quayside Isle
Sabio By The Sea @ Quayside Isle is the Spanish restaurant sister of Sabio Duxton Hill. This branch is perched beside the moored yachts and does a daily all-you-can-eat brunch ($49.90/25 for adults/kids), except on the weekend when the hangover brunch takes over ($59.90/$30 for adults/kids). Brunch includes free flow hot and cold tapas desserts and soft drinks/juices plus coffee and tea and for the kids there is free flow cotton candy.
Kids eat free: Under-7-year-olds eat free at both brunches
Parents will love: Sitting alfresco with the beautiful setting over looking the bling yachts at Quayside Ilse. Add $30 for free flow ‘hair of the dog’ cava and sangria on weekends 11.30am to 3.30pm.
Tip: Let kids do laps up and down the pavement in front of the restaurant or there’s the pirate ship playground around the corner (watch out, there’s no shade) for pre- or post-brunch play.
Sabio By The Sea @ Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way #01-02, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375, Tel: (+65) 6690 7568, www.dhm.com.sg/sabio
Silver Shell Cafe at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
The all-day dining at Silver Shell Cafe at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa features a dedicated and scaled-to-height children’s buffet section, with a wide array of main dishes, salads, sandwiches, fruits, as well as desserts.
Kids eat free: Children below the age of 6 dine for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Limited to 2 children per paying adult (Adults $58, additional child $29)
Parents will love: You can’t beat sitting by the sea chowing down on tasty fare while entertainers make your kids belly laugh.
**Note: As of April 2018, Barnacles by the Sea is now Silver Shell Cafe
Silver Shell, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort& Spa, 101 Siloso Road, Sentosa, Singapore 098970; www.shangri-la.com/rasasentosa.
Smokey’s is where to head for a casual slap-up meal American style. There are ribs slathered in housemade BBQ sauce, decent burgers (200-gram burgers of USA beef), massive porterhouse steaks and of course hand-cut fries and slaw.
Kids eat free: Kids Eat Free on weekends – get one kid’s meal free (like baby back ribs, chicken sliders or a grilled cheese sandwich all served with fries, a drink and a cookie) with any adult main course. Valid for children 10 and younger, from 11:30am to 3pm only.
Parents will love: The good ‘ol American fare and the very casual atmosphere.
Smokey’s, 73 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427790, +65 6345 6914, www.smokeysbbq.com.sg
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar is a hot favourite for kid-friendly dim sum on the weekend thanks to their kids’ room to entertain your sprogs.
Kids Eat Free: Children under 6 dine free for their weekend dim sum brunch buffet while 6 to 12 years old enjoy 50% off. Cute treats for little diners include the snail shaped Escargot cheese puffs and the Hokkaido milk cheese tart.
Parents will love: The elegant all-you-can-eat buffet ($68) with a spread of 40 types of dishes from seafood delicacies to modern dim sum, roasts, wok dishes and desserts, plus the all-you-can-booze (extra $60) cocktails, Veuve Clicquot Champagne, wines, and beers.
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar, Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857, Tel: (+65) 6603 8855
Morganfields does American fare from ribs in a sticky hickory flavoured BBQ Sauce to Steak and Caesar salad. There are a few outlets – VivoCity, Suntec City and at The Star Vista.
Kids eat free: Kids under 12 years (or below 120cm) eat free all weekend and public holidays (maximum 2 per table) with every adult main course ordered. There is a kids’ menu that comes with an activity sheet plus cartoons on tap.
Parents will love: This casual spot serves up hearty fare – like Smokehouse Bacon Cheeseburgers with Corn Bread, Fries and Slaw – that most picky eaters should love (who can resist fries with everything?)
Morganfields, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-23, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617, Tel: (+65) 66943635, www.morganfields.com.sg
One-Ninety Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel does a Sunday brunch from 12pm till 3pm, and offers part buffet with live cooking stations and part table service. The cuisine is a mix of Italian and Asian with a brick pizza oven for authentic pizzas alongside mains like Slow-Cooked Pork Belly with Braised Cabbage to Hainanese Chicken Rice.
Kids eat free: Children under 5 dine free so they can tuck into the kids’ buffet spread to their heart’s content.
Parents will love: the fact that they can enjoy the spread (which you can upgrade to include free flow Prosecco or Veuve champagne) while their kids are being entertained in a separate room called the Playland complete with bouncy castle, colouring and face painting. Out of sight, out of mind say what!?
One-Ninety Restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646, Tel: (+65) 6831 7250, www.fourseasons.com
Paulaner Bräuhaus, Singapore’s first authentic German microbrewery has reopened a three-storey bar and restaurant at Millenia Walk with a large polished bronze boiler where the beer making process begins, taking centre stage. On Sundays, Paulaner Bräuhaus serves up a heaving German brunch buffet from 11.30am to 2.30pm serving hot and cold stations of sausages, Bavarian meatloaf, pork knuckle and salads. Sunday Brunch is priced at ($58 with soft drinks, $68 with beer and soft drinks, and $16 for children 5-11)
Kids Eat Free: Under-5-year-olds eat free
Parents will love: Kids are entertained with supervised activities such as colouring or mask making so you can help yourself to the dessert buffet in peace – a chocolate fountain, warm apple strudel and a variety of ice cream.
Paulaner Bräuhaus, 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01 -01, #02-01, #03-01, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596, Tel: (+65) 6883 2572, www.paulaner-brauhaus-singapore.com
Peony Jade restaurant, specializing in Szechuan and Cantonese dishes, has two branches – one perched on the Singapore River at Clarke Quay and the other at the Keppel Club.
Kids Eat Free: Under-5-year-olds eat free at the weekend dim sum brunch. Plus, one chargeable child dines free when accompanied by 2 paying adults (capped to 2 free meals per table).
Parents will love: The affordable prices – $29.90 per person for a minimum of 3 while kids 6-10 years of age is $19.80. Don’t miss their light green Pandan Liu Sha Bao fragrant with pandan, Deep-fried Prawns in Creamy Yolk and mains of Roasted duck. Kids will love the Piggies Char Siu Bao ($7.50 for 3) of honey glazed BBQ pork inside bao that are decorated like little pigs.
Peony Jade, 10 Bukit Chermin Road, Keppel Club, Singapore 109918, Tel: (+65) 62769138, http://peonyjade.com
RISE at Marina Bay Sands
There are tons of dining options within the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort so it’s easy to dismiss the hotel’s international buffet restaurant at RISE as a worthy choice, but if you have a whole army of small picky eaters, you can’t go wrong with a buffet spread. The buffet ($56/$72 lunch/dinner for adults/$38 older kids) encompasses Indian curries, Asian noodles, pasta a-la-minute, a salad bar, sushi, a bread station, seafood and desserts.
Kids eat free: Kids 5 and below eat free
Parents will love: There are often activities for littlies so you can munch away in peace plus themed nights keep things interesting foodwise.
RISE, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Lobby Tower 1, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, Tel: (+65) 66885525, www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/buffet/rise.html
More Kids Eat Free Deals:
Seoul Garden offers halal Korean buffet and kids dine in for free every Sunday, with each paying adult.
Swensen’s offer one complimentary Kid’s Breakfast with every dine-in weekend (or p.h) adult breakfast ordered between 8am to 11 am. While at Earle Swensen’s Westgate outlet, kids eat free with every adult main ordered, Monday to Thursday, till 5 pm.
Pizza Hut offers a Western menu of pizzas, pastas and baked rice and kids eat free all day every day when an adult main or pizza is ordered.
Deals subject to change – always call the restaurant first to avoid disappointment.
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