Best Coffee Shops And Cafes In Singapore

A Family-Friendly Guide

Best Coffee Shops With Kids In SG

Wake up and smell the coffee java junkies! Little Steps has sipped, dipped, and enjoyed caffeine kicks all over Singapore to bring you the ultimate guide on where to get a good cuppa with your bubs. These coffee shops, bistros and cafés are oh-so-child-friendly, so plan on bringing the whole crew! Whether you’re planning a mommy meet-ups, a play date, or Sunday morning R&R with the family, you are officially sorted. So get ready to perk up!

  • Interior Of Kith Cafe Singapore

    Kith Cafe

    We just love this Aussie-inspired haunt! At Kith, high-quality beans are sourced internationally then roasted locally, making for rich and flavorful coffee. Kith also has a seriously scrumptious collection of freshly baked goods perfect for hungry munchkins. Their Robertson Quay and Quayside Isle branches offer ample outside space for kids to roam, plus tubs of toys for them to play with!


    Kith Cafe, Robertson Quay, 7 Rodyk Street, #01-28, Singapore, +65 6 341 9407; Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way, #01-08, Singapore, +65 6 734 9007, www.kith.com.sg

  • Exterior Of Toby's Estate Singapore

    Toby's Estate

    Another worthy mention on the Robertson Quay circuit is Toby's Estate. Housed in a former warehouse, this Australian export has tons of space for strollers and highchairs inside, as well as a number of alfresco tables for parents who want to keep a closer eye on their kids. Savor their house roasted specialty coffees and order an artisanal pastry - you'll want seconds!


    Toby's Estate, 8 Rodyk Street, #01-03/04, Singapore, +65 6636 7629, www.tobysestate.com.sg

  • Coffee And Pastries From Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore

    Tiong Bahru Bakery

    Tiong Bahru Bakery is now the byword for luscious French patisserie in Singapore, and Kougin Amann, a Breton cake, is its most revered creation. TBB procures a good selection of coffees and teas to pair with its fanciful treats, which are perfect for sharing. It can get crowded here at times, but highchairs and a glass display at toddler height makes it easy to bring the kids here.


    Tiong Bahru Bakery, Tiong Bahru, 56 Eng Hoon Street, #01-70, Singapore, +65 6 220 3430; City Hall, 252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore, +65 6 3334160; [email protected], www.tiongbahrubakery.com

  • Coffee At Jimmy Monkey Singapore

    Jimmy Monkey

    This cozy coffee shop serves the island's only Slayer espresso from beans roasted onsite. Jimmy Monkey serves one of the strongest cuppas in town, and there's even alcoholic milkshakes for naughty parents. Though it is not a kid-friendly venue per se, there's an outdoor paved area to let cheeky monkeys go wild! With limited space inside, it's best to leave strollers at home. 


    Jimmy Monkey, 9 One-North Gateway, #01-51 One-North Residences, Singapore, +65 6777 8470, [email protected], www.jimmymonkey.com

  • Exterior Of Brunetti Singapore


    Besides brewing one of the most robust cuppas in Singapore, Brunetti also offers an extensive, mouth-watering eat-in menu including waist-busting tortas, pasticceria and creamy gelatos. The sprawling outdoor dining area means there's loads of room for strollers and scooters. To top it off, there's a small playground (though technically it belongs to the hotel next door).


    Brunetti, 163 Tanglin Road, #01-35/36, Tanglin Mall, Singapore, +65 6 733 9088, www.brunetti.com.au/Singapore

  • Interior Of South Coast Singapore

    South Coast

    South Coast sits along the walkway flanking the Marina Bay Shoppes, overlooking the Singapore Harbour. Sample the pub grub on offer, complemented by a definitive assortment of coffees and teas. Though there is no air-conditioning at South Coast, kids are well catered for here with their own menu, coloring tools and loads of outdoor space!


    South Coast, L1-85, The Shoppes at Marina Bay, Singapore, +65 6688 7600, www.southcoast.com.sg

  • Interior Of EatPlayLove Café Singapore

    EatPlayLove Café

    Budding crafters will love this innovative café. Enjoy a latté in peace as your brood gets busy sticking, cutting, and drawing using a boggling myriad of bits and bobs for just SG$5 an hour on weekends, and for two hours on weekdays. Tuck into a spicy Thai curry when hunger pangs strike. Kids have their own menu at EatPlayLove, and party packages are available too!


    EatPlayLove Café, 28 Aliwal Street, #01-07, Singapore, 6444 6400, www.eatplaylove.com.sg

  • Interior Of Revolution Café Singapore

    Revolution Café

    Early risers in the West should pay Revolution Coffee a visit. Its potent brews will jolt you out of your morning fugue and kids will find their pancakes truly delish! There's loads of space inside for strollers and highchairs, plus coloring sheets and children's books to keep fidgety tots busy. Outside, there's a trike for riding on in the open space facing the café.


    Revolution Café, 21 Media Circle, #01-03A, Singapore, +65 6 777 2110, Facebook Page.

  • Coffee In A Cone At Yahava KoffeeWorks Singapore

    Yahava KoffeeWorks

    A little off the beaten track, Yahava has garnered a loyal following for its freshly ground dark, velvety brew. Plop yourself on one of two couches next to the small play area for a stress-free cuppa. Alternatively, if you're a coffee connoisseur, try their free daily tasting sessions, and don't forget to bring a bag of one of their finest blends home!


    Yahava KoffeeWorks, 4 Jalan Gelenggang, Singapore, +65 6554 7080, [email protected], www.yahava.sg



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