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WEEKEND SPECIAL

 This weekend, bring your little one out at absolutely no cost!

Do you miss your date nights? Where all you had to do was pay for two and not the little ones that popped out over the years? Having a family does not mean you have to scrimp and save all day and have hawker food 365 days a year.

For the one or two special weekends in the year, give yourselves a treat and head for a fancier meal. Check out this list of eats that offer your children a hearty meal without you having to fork out anything for them! We promise that saving $20 - $30 will put you and the rest of the family in a much better mood.

Click on the restaurants' respective addresses for their exact locations and directions there.

Saturday

UNIVERSAL STUDIOS

If you're planning to give your family a real good treat and spend a Saturday at Universal Studios, start the day early with a Sesame Street Character Breakfast and also beat the park queues! Feast on fabulous Western and Asian buffet selection, while meeting your favorite Sesame Street characters (watch out for Cookie Monster though)! Kids under three dine free and kids over three dine free with every two paying adults.

Free for kids: 3y/o & below, 3y/o & over (with 2 paying adults)
Address: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

Sunday

FOUR SEASONS

The Four Seasons Hotel’s One-Ninety Restaurant serves Sunday brunch  from 12pm – 3pm, and offers a supervised Kiddie’s Playland featuring a bouncy castle, coloring, face painting and gameconsoles, and comes complete with a kids’ buffet spread. Children under 5 dine free, so lash out and treat yourself to the free flow Veuve champagne!

Free for kids: Under 5 years old 
Address: 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646

HOG'S BREATH CAFÉ

It's happy hour all day long on Sunday at Hog's Breath Café at Chijmes! This Australian Steakhouse offers kids under 12 a free meal with each adult meal, and that includes a kiddie soft drink and ice-cream for dessert! What's more, there's also a supervised play room to keep the wiggly ones entertained, and you sane. Pss...don't miss the famous Hog Tail fries! 

Free for kids: Under 5 years old
Address: Chijmes, 30 Victoria Street, Block A, #01-26/27, Singapore 187996 

 

FREE ALL WEEKEND!!!

BRUSSEL SPROUTS

With three scooter-friendly locations at Robertson Quay, East Coast and Sentosa, Brussel Sprouts already has appeal for families, but with the added incentive of kids under 10 eating free all weekend its a no brainer! Kids favorites include meatballs, sausages, pasta and fish. And with the free flow of fountain soft drinks and a scoop of ice-cream, they'll begging to go back.

Free for kids: Under 10 years old
Address: Robertson Quay, Big Splash, Sentosa Cove
Click location for map.

 THE BANK BAR + BISTRO

 This offer may just be worth venturing into the CBD with the kids on the weekend! The Bank Bar + Bistro offers free kids meals all weekend with an extensive menu from comfort food to healthier options. This cozy yet spacious international restaurant also has a great playroom with soft mats, toys and tv. Sit back in the comfy chairs and enjoy a cocktail as the kids play happily!

Free for Kids: Free Entree for kids with every main course
Address: One Shenton #01-01, 1 Shenton Way, Singapore 068803

MORGANFIELDS

Step back in time to the roaring 50s and enjoy some blues music with your family and some great soul food. Kids under 8 years or 120cm eat free all weekend and public holidays at Morganfields! Get your fingers sticky on the signature pork ribs, while kids can choose from fish fingers, chicken tenders, hot dog, meatballs or a pork burger and there’s fun activites on the menu to keep them occupied.

Free for kids: under 8 years old or 120 cm
Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-23, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617

 

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