5 Kid-Friendly Restaurants To Bring The Little Ones To

These dining establishments offer more than just a gastronomic experience

Your child can't sit still? No worries.

We have narrowed down five restaurants that will definitely keep the little ones occupied without depending on the dreaded iPad.

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2. Get crafty at Eat Pray Love Cafe

Children at Eat Pray Love Cafe are not all over the place. Instead, they’re quiet as their imaginations run wild at the cafe’s arts and crafts corner – a place where there’s an endless supply of books and art materials to keep the children occupied ($5 per hour) throughout the day. Sporting an eclectic facade with vintage furniture and baby blue walls, the Thai-Western restaurant also beckons with its homely offerings of Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce ($10.50), Thai Green Curry Chicken ($7.50) and Mango Salsa Chicken Burger ($12.50), perfect for parents to take a load off while keeping watch of their little humans from afar.

#01-07, 28 Aliwal Street,  Aliwal Arts Centre, S199918 

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