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25 Restaurants In Singapore With “Kids Eat Free” Promos, KIV For Your Next Family Dinner

Restaurants in Singapore with “kids eat free” promos

Every parent has experienced the frustration of having to force-feed their kid so that they’ll finish their food. Plus, paying for a full meal that can’t be finished may put quite a strain on your pocket. So to make eating out with your children a little more enjoyable, here’s a list of restaurants in Singapore with “kids eat free” promos.

The kicker? Most of them also have a play area for little ones to exhaust all their energy at. So by the time food comes, they’d gobble everything down and leave nothing to waste.

1. Hard Rock Cafe – Kids eat free on weekends & school hols

We can never have too many American comfort food joints, especially those that offer a whole lot of classic dishes, drinks, and free kids’ meals like Hard Rock Cafe.

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The casual eatery serves up an array of wings, pasta, burgers, and BBQ large plates. Think pork ribs, grilled steaks, and beef briskets. There’s also a dynamic list of cocktails, beer, and wine if you need a proper palate cleanser after the greasy feast.

Come by with your kid aged 12 and below from 12pm-5pm on the weekends and they’ll be able to nab a free kids’ meal (worth $12) when an accompanying adult orders a main course from the a la carte menu. They’ve also extended this promo to include weekdays during school holidays, from 3pm till closing.

Address: 50 Cuscaden Road, #02-01, Singapore 249724
Opening hours: 11.30am-9.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6235 5232 | Hard Rock Cafe website

2. Haidilao – Complimentary kids’ platter & fried rice

Dining at the famed hotpot chain Haidilao ain’t the cheapest. However, Haidilao freebies like manicures, snacks, and kids’ meals def help to make you feel better about spending hundreds of dollars on steamboat.

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The menu here is fresh and extensive, spanning everything from meat and seafood to cooked dishes. Soup wise, the beloved mala soup is pretty satisfying but so spicy it’ll clear your tear ducts.

When you bring the kids along, they’ll be able to choose either a free platter that comes with spinach, noodles, crab sticks, and sausages, or a bowl of fried rice. Toys are also available and free of charge.

Full list of Haidilao outlets

3. Ramen Hitoyoshi – Kids under 10 get free ramen

There’s an ocean of ramen restaurants in Singapore. But one that feeds your child for free like Ramen Hitoyoshi is rare.

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Veteran ramen chefs who used to helm the kitchen at popular ramen chain, Keisuke, now run the show here so expect quality bowls of noodles. Based on the rave reviews, the tonkotsu broth ramen here seems to be a cult favourite, but we’ve also heard good things about its donburi rice bowls.

Treat yourself to a carb-filled lunch or dinner and your mini plus one will get a bowl of kids’ ramen – free and easy. Just make sure you’re dining in at either the City Square Mall or Sembawang Shopping Centre outlet.

City Square Mall outlet
Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #03-21 City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 11.30am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6509 9168 

Sembawang Shopping Centre outlet
Address: 604 Sembawang Road, #02-27 Sembawang Shopping Centre, Singapore 758459
Opening hours: 11am-9pm, Daily
Contact: 6970 6687

Ramen Hitoyoshi Facebook

4. Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen – Kids below 6 dine for free

Crystal Jade operates hundreds of dim sum restaurants throughout the city. However, it’s the free kids’ meal at Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen that brings a different energy to this outlet.

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At this Cantonese hotspot, it’s all about the juicy xiao long bao, the hearty congee, and the springy noodles. But that doesn’t mean you should skip the roasted meat and wok-fried dishes.

Swing by with your little person between Monday and Friday after 6pm, and they’ll get a free kid’s set meal. However, the offer is only valid for children aged 6 years old and below.

Full list of Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen outlets

5. Saute San – Free vegan food for kids with paid main

Vegan Kimbap is filled with veggies.

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Feast on Japanese and Korean cuisine but make it healthy at Saute San. Nestled amidst a maze of restaurants at City Square Mall, this plant-based food haven features a variety of options from katsu curry rice to stir-fried udon with a vegan twist. Trust that the meatless dupes that are made from plant protein will taste just like the real deal. 

As for the kids, they’ll get to feast on vegan goodness for free when you order a main course for dine-in. Just note that this promotion is only applicable to children aged 10 and below.

Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #03-23 City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 11.30am-9.30pm, Daily
Contact: 8788 4284 | Saute San website

6. Estate at Hilton Singapore Orchard – Free buffet every day

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When you think of a family meal spot, Hilton Hotel may not exactly jump to mind unless you’re the rich and fancy sort. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want to treat the fam to a sumptuous spread, you can now enjoy Estate at Hilton Singapore Orchard’s buffet meals with more value for money.

Children aged 5 years and below get to enjoy the buffet meals for free, whether you’re choosing from the lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch feasts. The kid-friendly nosh here includes penne pasta with meatballs to egg fried rice, and even a live cotton candy station. Swing by on Sundays for complimentary activities like canvas painting, board games, and a roving magician.

Address: 333 Orchard Road, Level 5 Hilton Singapore Orchard, Singapore 238867
Opening hours: 6.30am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6514 0510 | Estate Restaurant website

7. Plonk – Aussie bistro with free kids meal on Sundays

Cosy bistro Plonk in Serangoon Garden proves that there’s more to Aussie food than just mashed avocado on toast.

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Over here, the options are endless. There’s the classic brekkie set that comes with eggs or pancakes, small bites, pasta, risottos, pizzas, as well as ribs, steaks, and seafood. Drinks and desserts are on standby, too.

The aesthetics here can be best described as rustic and homey. And the best part is, kids under 7 years old eat for free on Sunday with a paid main.

Address: 7 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556685
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.30am-11.30pm | Sat-Sun 9am-12am
Contact: 6286 4288 | Plonk website

8. Lazy Lizard – Free meals for kids aged up to 11 years old

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Tucked away in the West Coast, Lazy Lizard offers an explosion of American flavours on one of the most extensive menus we’ve seen so far. There are seafood, steaks, BBQ pork ribs, whole roasted chicken, burgers, wings – you name it, they serve it. Aside from the flavourful dishes, the vibe here is casual, which makes it perfect for tucking into a plate of sausages and spam fries.

Given the reasonable price tag and the free kids’ meal every weekend and public holiday, Lazy Lizard is the go-to place for families.

Address: 1 West Coast Drive, #01-85, Singapore 128020
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-10.30pm | Fri 12pm-12am | Sat 11am-12am | Sun 12pm-10.30pm
Contact: 6254 7326 | Lazy Lizard Facebook

9. COCA – Free kids buffet with every 2 adults

Fresh seafood paste and handmade dumplings are the stars at COCA Restaurant. But other factors draw a constant crowd, like the fact that it lets children eat for free.

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At this Thai-Chinese steamboat restaurant, there are 5 extensive menus for you to choose from. There’s lunch, dinner, a la carte, as well as a seafood spread and a grill buffet. 

Thai fusion
zi char is also available on the a la carte menu.
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The free kids’ meal is only valid if you’re coming by for lunch or dinner, and there must be at least 2 paying adults in the party. 

Full list of COCA outlets

10. Putien – Complimentary meal for kids who fit in high chairs

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Michelin-star restaurants don’t usually give out free anything. Unless you find yourself at Putien, then feel free to request a complimentary meal for the kids. Here, the food is all the classic Chinese indulgences that you’ve come to love and crave on a daily basis.

Expect stir-fried yam ($14.90), crispy oysters ($17.90), sweet and sour pork ($14.90), and their signature – the fried Heng Hwa bee hoon ($10.90). It’ll be tough to not order them all. If you see a row of strollers parked outside Putien on any given day, it’s most likely because children get to eat for free here as long as they can fit in a highchair. No pressure.

Full list of Putien outlets

11. Senshi Sushi – Kids below 6 eat for free every day

Senshi Sushi made its debut inside the Dorsett Singapore hotel years ago. And as expected from a team of veteran chefs, it boasts a mouth-watering menu of Japan’s finest.

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Here, you’ll find everything from sashimi, sushi rolls, udon, donburi, seared seafood, and grilled meat – the list goes on. An adult buffet starts at $45 which, IMO, is a steal. As for the kids, those younger than 6 years old get to dine for free all day every day. 

Address: 333 New Bridge Road, #01-01 Dorsett Singapore, Singapore 088765
Opening hours: 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 85188616 | Senshi Sushi website

12. TONITO Latin American Kitchen– Kids 12 & below get free main course

For all of the Jewel Changi airport-goers with kids in tow and without a mealtime plan of attack, we gotchu. So, take a deep breath and head straight to TONITO Latin American Kitchen where free kids’ meals await.

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There’s a lot going on on the menu at this Latin American joint. You have small plates like mozzarella cheese sticks ($12), salmon ceviche ($26), and tacos (from $16). And then you also have larger portions such as rice dishes, pasta, grilled meat, and oven-baked seafood.

Casual dining with a fab view of the rain vortex.

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That said, bringing the kids here seems like a good idea. Not only will they probably find a dish they like, but they’ll also get to devour it for free as long as they’re 12 years and below.

Get a Tonito cash voucher to sweeten the deal.

TONITO Latin American Kitchen @ Jewel
78 Airport Boulevard, #02-248 Jewel Changi, Singapore 819666
Opening Hours: Thursday 11:30-22:30 Show More Timings Hide
Monday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Wednesday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Thursday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Friday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM
Sunday 11:30 AM-10:30 PM

13. Hanjip – Free Korean set meals for kids on weekends

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In a city stacked with hundreds of Korean meat meccas, Hanjip stands out for several reasons. While the aged Wagyu and prime beef melt in your mouth, the tender Kurobuta pork has just the right amount of marbling. Then there’s the spicy chicken with cheese ($28) and an assortment of Korean fried chicken wings ($20)  that make it hard to resist.

Of course, you can’t pass on the set meals for kids either. Available for free on Saturdays and Sundays with every paying adult, they’ll be able to choose between either bulgogi, japchae, and fried rice, as well as heaps of side dishes like fried chicken wings and sausages.

Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01-11, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: 12pm-2.30pm & 5pm-12am, Daily
Contact: 8882 9011 | Hanjip website

14. Pizza Hut – Kids under 10 years old eat for free

Since low-carb diets became a thing, you’ve vowed to never go back to the pizza life. However, that doesn’t stop your children from sinking their teeth into a Hawaiian with a cheese crust.

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In the case of Pizza Hut, however, kiddies can choose between baked pasta, lasagna, mini pizza, or spaghetti bolognese – plus a drink. And get this, it’s all free as long as you order an a la carte main or regular pizza set meal.

Full list of Pizza Hut outlets

15. Senor Taco – Free tacos for kids on the weekend

So, we’ve been saving up for a trip to Mexico. In the off chance that that doesn’t happen, we at least hope to visit Senor Taco at Chijmes, where we can eat tacos, drink frozen Margaritas, and pretend we’re in Cancun.

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@chefleesugi via Instagram

Aside from making your wildest Mexican food dream come true, Senor Taco will also feed your little ones free tacos on Saturdays between 2pm-5pm and Sundays from 12pm-10.30pm. Come hungry.

Address: 30 Victoria Street, #01-19, Singapore 187996
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-3pm & 5pm-10.30pm | Fri-Sun 12pm-10.30pm
Contact: 8289 7860 | Senor Taco Facebook

16. Genius Central – Kids below 12 eat for free every Sunday

This might come as a surprise, but healthy eating doesn’t usually involve a lackluster salad or a boiled chicken breast. Sometimes, it comes in the form of lean proteins, good fats, and solid fiber. And that’s what’s on the menu at Genius Central.

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While the majority of the bites, bowls, and mains are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, they still pack some serious flavours. But if you aren’t ready to jump into the deep end of the healthy eating pool, feel free to order the popcorn chicken.

For those planning a healthy-ish family brunch on Sunday, know that the kids will be able to nab a free meal if they’re below 12 years old. The free food of choice rotates on the regular, and for now it’s a yummy margherita pizza, available for 1 redemption per table and with a minimum purchase of a main course. 

Address: 7 Amoy Street, #01-01, Singapore 049949
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 8am-8pm | Fri-Sat 8pm-9.30pm | Sun 8am-4pm
Contact: 8940 1200 | Genius Central website

17. Ippudo – Kids under 12 eat for free on weekends

For something on the softer and soupier side, we recommend trying out the ramen at Ippudo. Their star dishes include Chuku Soba ($16), Karaka-men ($17), and Akamaru Shinaji ($16).

Ippudo’s speciality dish, Chuku Soba, is made out of a unique chicken broth that’s served with tender pork belly and pork loin slices.

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Apart from these delectable dishes, the restaurant offers little ones under the age of 12 free tonkotsu ramen with sides of healthy rice balls and potato salad with mixed vegetables. However, this deal is only available on weekends at the Tanjong Pagar outlet. With their authentic Japanese bites, this is the perfect place to give your kids a taste of Japan, without having to fly out.

Address: 5 Wallich Street, #01-15, Singapore 078883
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-10pm | Fri-Sat 11am-11pm (Closed on Sundays)
Contact: 6584 0087 | Ippudo website

18. Seoul Garden – Free buffet for kids under 5

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via Instagram

Most places on our list offer free meals only on weekends and public holidays. But the halal-certified Seoul Garden offers free buffets for kids every single day. The only condition? Children must be aged below 5 and eat with a paying adult. Aside from the wide buffet spread, the restaurant also offers buffet grills and steamboat options, so really, they cater to all types of food-lovers.

Full list of Seoul Garden outlets

19. La Brasserie – Free brunch for kids

If you’re one to pamper your kids’ palates, French cuisine is a good place to start. You can indulge in that at La Brasserie, a restaurant within The Fullerton Bay Hotel that offers up delectable lunch and dinner sets.

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via Instagram

For mains, we recommend their Morels Risotto ($33) and their Filet Mignon Rossini ($69) – featuring beef tenderloin, foie gras, port wine reduction, and sauteed baby spinach. Besides, it’s not just their food that looks exciting. The restaurant also hosts an area where kids can engage in various activities like face painting and balloon sculpting.

Morels Risotto consists of forest mushroom ragout, and herbs, before being topped with soft poached organic egg.
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Watching your kids dive into the fun whilst you dig into your food at the same time? Can’t say no to that. To top it all off, kids under the age of 6 get to eat free brunches on weekends between 12-3pm.

Enjoy a set menu and buffet deal at La Brasserie.

La Brasserie
80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Opening Hours: Thursday - Show More Timings Hide
Monday 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Tuesday 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Thursday 07:30 AM-07:30 AM
Friday 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Saturday 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Sunday 06:30 AM-10:30 AM

20. Morganfield’s – Free kids’ meals on weekends & public holidays

Serving up tender steaks and juicy ribs, Morganfield’s is home to traditional US-style BBQ. Most loved is their Sticky Bones Spare Ribs ($27.90), which is smoked over hickory wood before being served with a generous amount of sweet, tangy BBQ sauce. Be sure to also check out their 250gm Wagyu Rib-eye Steak ($59.90). The beef is so tender it melts in your mouth as you bite into it.

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via Instagram

Kids younger than 8 years or below 120cm get to enjoy a free meal during weekends and public holidays. This is available per accompanying adult order of a main course, up to 2 redemptions per table. They’ll also be provided unlimited cartoons and colouring sheets to get their creative juices flowing.

Full list of Morganfield’s outlets

21. Paulaner Brauhaus – Free Sunday brunch for kids

With a dimly-lit interior, we can be quick to assume that Paulaner Brauhaus is no place for kids. On the contrary, it’s one of the most kid-friendly bars in Singapore. Serving up delectable German food, the restaurant is also known for its juicy Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle ($31.90) and Beef Burger Goulash ($24.90).

Another popular choice from the menu is Pork Schnitzel and Fries ($25.90)
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Not only do kids under the age of 5 eat for free, but they also have the opportunity to get artsy at designated stations for colouring and mask making. It’s also pretty interesting to know that Paulaner Brauhaus is Singapore’s first authentic German microbrewery. So, if you’re looking for a new watering hole whilst catering to your kid’s needs, this place kills two birds with one stone.

Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-01 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening hours:
Restaurant: Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm & 6pm-10.30pm | Sat-Sun & PH 6pm-10.30pm | Sun 11.30am-2.30pm
Bar: Sun-Thu 11am-1am | Fri-Sat & Eve of PH 11am-2am
Contact: 6883 2572 | Paulaner Brauhaus website

22. Rise at MBS – Complimentary daily buffet for kids

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Sometimes we just can’t decide what cuisine we’d like to have, so why not have it all? Rise at Marina Bay Sands offers up a range of international cuisines, from American to Korean to Thai. What’s even better is that kids aged 12 and under get to tuck into the buffet completely F.O.C, so long as there’s an accompanying paying adult.

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If your kids enjoy hanging out outdoors, you’ll be happy to know that the restaurant has a new outdoor garden, which contains more than 50 varieties of plants and herbs used in the making of their dishes. They also have a DIY soda station where you and your kids can mix your own soda drinks using syrups that are freshly made from the herb garden itself.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: 6.30am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6688 5525 | Rise website

23. Sabio By The Sea – Free weekday brunch for kids

Image credit: Sabio By The Sea via Facebook

There are many places to dine at with a view, but the best remains by the sea where you can watch the sun set into the horizon with the wind gently caressing your face. Pair this picturesque scene with aromatic Spanish food, as you look over to see your children having the time of their lives climbing on board the miniature pirate ship playground.

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via Instagram

Be sure to try out Sabio By The Sea’s speciality dishes – Paella de Pescado (Squid, Sea Bass, Mussels, Clams, Shrimps) ($29) and Tortilla Espanola (Traditional potato and onion omelette) ($12). Children under 7 get to feast on their all-you-can-eat brunch menu from Mondays to Fridays. 

Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-02 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375
Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Thu 12pm-10.30pm | Fri 12pm-11pm | Sat 11.30am-11pm | Sun 11.30am-10.30pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
Contact: 6690 7568 | Sabio By The Sea website

24. Edge at Pan Pacific – Free Sunday brunch for kiddos

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The best part of a buffet is its impressive variety and its ability to satisfy every person’s cravings regardless of how fussy they are. At Edge, Pan Pacific Hotel’s buffet restaurant, kids are spoilt in every way as not only do they get to eat for free, they’ve also got a special spread set up for them. 

Entertainment-wise, a professional balloon sculptor will be on standby every Sunday to entertain the little ones. And because almost every kid has a sweet tooth, they’ll also be in for a treat with Edge’s ice cream buffet.

Book a lunch or dinner buffet at Edge

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6am-10.30am,12pm-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm | Sun 6am-10.30am, 12pm-4pm 

Mon-Sat 6am-10.30am,12pm-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm | Sun 6am-10.30am, 12pm-4pm 
7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3 Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 039595
Opening Hours: Thursday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM Show More Timings Hide
Monday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Tuesday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Wednesday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Thursday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Friday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Saturday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-02:30 PM, 06:30 PM-10:30 PM
Sunday 06:00 AM-10:30 AM, 12:00 PM-07:30 AM

25. Cafe Melba – Free kids’ meals on Mondays

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Within an allocated space, Cafe Melba’s Goodman Arts Centre branch has a bouncy castle – operating 3pm-8pm on weekdays, and 9am-8pm on weekends and PH – a tic-tac-toe station, arts and crafts space, and soccer yard. What more could a parent ask for?

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via Instagram

In terms of food, the variety doesn’t disappoint either. The cafe’s known for their juicy and succulent Chicken Parmigiana ($22), and Trio of Pork Ragout ($25). Kids get to eat free every Monday at the Goodman Arts Centre outlet. With such a good deal, parents can say goodbye to Monday blues.

Address: 90 Goodman Road, Block N #01-56, Singapore 439053
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm | Sat-Sun 8.30am-10pm
Contact: 6440 6068 | Cafe Melba website

(Closed) Perch

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Glam interior design and unique Asian fusion fare are what you’ll find at Perch. Located at Jewel Changi Airport, the casual cafe has standouts like the Pork Slider Bao ($12) and Boston Lobster Coconut Laksa Capellini ($48). Aside from the swanky vibes and creative dishes, the free meal for kids makes this place the perfect hangout spot for families.

Hit up Perch on any day of the week and your children will get a free main course and a juice of the day with a paying order. Just make sure the kiddies are 12 years or younger.

Bring your little ones here to enjoy kids-eat-free promos

Parenting isn’t an easy feat, but it is definitely made enjoyable with irresistible deals such as these.

In the process of bringing your children to these places, we hope your kids enjoy being exposed to new cuisines as you feel at ease with the idea that one person’s portion is free.

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Original article published by Joanne Chim on 19th February 2019. Last updated by Renae Cheng on 28th July 2023.
Cover image adapted from: @bokettokeeps & @seoulgardensingapore via Instagram, Eatbook


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