Even before I got my puppy, I’ve always found it such fun when I visited a cafe or restaurant and saw doggos lying around and chilling with their owners while they have their brunch. (Since I get to enjoy my meal with the company of these little angels too.)
Having recently welcomed a new puppy, I’ve found myself looking up pet-friendly cafes in Singapore even more so that my little furkid doesn’t get left alone at home. With so many choices in Singapore, we’ve whittled the list down to these best 11 pet-friendly cafes and restaurants in Singapore for a paw-sitively good time.
1. Smith’s Fish and Chips
Fish and chips are pretty common in Singapore as we can find them in almost any western stall at a coffee shop or restaurant — but how authentic are they?
Smith’s Fish and Chips allows you to experience a little piece of Britain with your furry friend as they serve authentic British fish and chips made with sustainably-farmed fish like haddock, halibut, dory or cod.
The dish also comes with a bed of crispy fries that you can eat with salt and vinegar as the Brits do. If you’re not really feeling for fish that day but still want to enjoy the English vibes of the place, the menu also carries other items like sausages and pies.
📍 271 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-02 Balmoral Plaza, Singapore 259708
🕒 12pm–9.30pm (Daily)
2. Open Farm Community
Live out your Stardew Valley dreams with your fur baby at Open Farm Community— a pet-friendly open-concept restaurant that prides themselves on using local and freshly-harvested ingredients.
There’s even an urban farm on the grounds where you can take gardening workshops and tours at. Whether you’re one with green fingers, going green or simply just looking for a delicious meal with your doggo, Open Farm Community might just be the haven you’re looking for.
The Golden Snapper Ceviche (S$22) and Steamed Tiberias Barramundi (S$39) are highly-raved items on the menu, so make sure you don’t miss out on them.
📍130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819
🕒 12pm–3pm, 6pm–11pm (Mon to Fri), 11am–4pm, 6pm–11pm (Sat and Sun)
3. Surrey Hills Grocer
Travelling to Australia with your cuddly baby might be a bit of a hassle, so heading down to Surrey Hills Grocer is probably the next best thing. Inspired by the farmers’ market and quaint vibes from down under, this pet-friendly grocer and cafe is perfect for a tranquil day out with your best buddy.
Apart from the gourmet marketplace, farmers’ market area and alfresco cafe, there’s also an artisanal bakery and florist bar for you to explore on a fulfilling day out.
📍 511 Upper Jurong Rd, #01-01, Singapore 638366
🕒 10am–9pm (Tue to Sun, closed on Mon)
Hop aboard Kontiki, a nautical-styled waterfront restaurant overlooking the Marina Bay cityscape. With indulgent All-American comfort food like Smokey BBQ Pork Ribs (S$32), Grilled Bone Marrow (S$10), Mac and Cheese (S$$13) and more, your canine sidekick is bound to be salivating by your side as they enjoy the sea breeze!
📍 11 Rhu Cross, #01-02, Singapore 437440
🕒 3pm–11pm (Tue to Fri), 10am–11pm (Sat and Sun, closed on Mon)
Hathaway is a warm and homely pet-friendly cafe with Old English-styled decor. Its brown and rattan accents are great for a cosy day out with your pooch. Not to mention, they also make for lovely photographs that you can upload onto your little friend’s personal IG page.
The pet-friendly cafe also serves a variety of Malay-inspired cuisine like Nasi Ulam (S$8). Ah Nya’s Fish Curry (S$32), Octopus Bakar and Sambal Udang (S$42) and more. At the end of the day, both you and your pup will feel warm and satisfied — just like after a visit to granny’s.
📍 Block 13 Dempsey Rd, #01-07, Singapore 249674
🕒 10am–9pm (Mon to Wed), 10am–10pm (Thu and Fri), 9am–10pm (Sat, closed on Mon)
6. Sun Ray Cafe
Sun Ray Cafe is a pet-friendly cafe that’s very dedicated to ensuring that your fur kid has a ball of a time with a fully air-conditioned indoor seating area for dogs.
They even have a separate menu filled with human-grade and nutritious food like Homemade Pet Beef Shepherd’s Pie (S$13) and Doggie Meat Muffin (S$4) for the fluffy little guys.
For the hoomans, they also carry a variety of baked goods and mains like pasta and burgers. Being a bit of a self-proclaimed coffee connoisseur, I would say that their coffee is top notch. The Brighton (S4.50) is extremely fragrant with notes of chocolate and orange in the coffee.
📍 79 Brighton Cres, Singapore 559218
🕒 8.30am–9.30pm (Daily)
Have a mini getaway to the Balearic Islands with your pupper without leaving the country, at Coastes. This beachfront pet-friendly restaurant oozes leisurely vibes, and coupled with the soft golden sand, sea breeze and savoury beach bites, makes for the perfect place to go for a paradisal day out with your dog.
As you soak in that vitamin D from the sun, your little playmates can also enjoy running around and playing in the sand on the beach.
📍 50 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-06, 099000
🕒 9am–9.30pm (Mon to Thu), 9am–10.30pm (Fri to Sun)
8. Five &2
Located around Punggol Park (where you can go for a stroll after your meal), Five &2 is a pet-friendly restaurant that prioritises lending a helping hand to those in need. Be it the underprivileged, persons with disabilities or ex-inmates, the restaurant is extremely responsive to the needs of all.
Whether you’re looking for a good cause or just a good place to have a meal with your furry pal, this is a great place to add to your list. The restaurant serves a variety of Asian-fusion cuisine like Sarawak Curry Chicken Shephard’s Pie (S$16.80) and Dried Tom Yum Seafood Linguine (S$18.80). There’s also a FurKids Menu with human-grade items like Homemade Beef Patties with Green Pea Puree (S$15.80).
📍 97 Hougang Ave 8, Punggol Park, Singapore 538792
🕒 4pm–11pm (Sun to Thu), 4pm–12am (Fri and Sat)
9. The Dempsey Project
For ones who have a taste for the finer things in life, The Dempsey Project is a gourmet restaurant to check out for a fancy schmany date with your lil’ lover.
With intricate dishes prepared with homegrown ingredients like Smashed Avocado on Sweet Potato (S$20), Mediterranean Mezze (S$29) and a variety of cheese platters, There’s also a supermarket for you to shop exclusive items from cheese to vegetables like broccollini if you want to whip up your own spread at home.
📍 Block 9 Dempsey Rd, #01-12, Singapore 247697
🕒 8am–9pm (Sun to Tue and Thu), 8am–10.30pm (Wed, Fri and Sat)
10. Wildseed Cafe & Bar
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city at the pet-friendly Wildseed Cafe & Bar. This floral cafe not only has a garden-themed indoor dining space, but also a breezy outdoor area filled with flowers and plants for a pretty and relaxing day out with your pet and friends.
Many of their menu items are also lovingly decorated with fresh flowers like their Coconut Pea Flower Shortcake (S$11), making it extremely IG and TikTok-worthy as well. The bakes might be too pretty to eat, but be sure to lap it up quick before your pooch gets to it first.
The kind folks at Wildseed Cafe & Bar also provide complimentary toys for your dogs, so that’s definitely a plus.
📍 Level 1, 3 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Dr, Park, 798387
🕒 8am–4.30pm, 5pm–11pm (Sun to Thu), 8am–4.30pm, 5pm–12pm (Fri and Sat)
11. The Garden Slug
Run by animal lovers, The Garden Slug is a rustic pet-friendly cafe proud to be serving generous portions of slow food (made by hand from scratch).
The cafe is humble and non-pretentious, whipping up dishes like Hearty Goulash Meltdown (S$23.40) and gratifying platters like All-Day Big Breakfast (S$17.82) to fill not only your tummies, but also your hearts with a taste of home.
If you’re looking for some good grub and a place to hang out with your pets, this charming place might just become one of your favourite haunts.
📍 55 Lor L Telok Kurau, #01-59/61, Singapore 425500
🕒 11am–9.30pm (Mon to Thu, closed on Wed), 11.30am–10pm (Fri), 9.30am–10pm (Sat and Sun)
Do note that some of these places might require reservations, especially due to the fact that some of them may have limited outdoor seating for pets, so make sure you call to check or book a spot before heading down to avoid disappointment.
There you have it, a thoughtfully-curated list of pet-friendly places for yummy bites and great vibes. Bone appetit!
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