Best Family-Friendly Australian Restaurants In Singapore

Coffee, Brunch, Steaks & More!

If you’re looking for some good tucker from the land down under, then check out our go to guide for all things Aussie. From casual cafes with the kids, to fine dining restos for date night, we’ve eaten our way through snags, avo on toast, and steaks to find you the best Australian grub on the island.

  • Salted__Hung

    The menu is perfect for those of you who like to share. The menu is split into six categories of cured meats, grilled favorites, roasted greens and desserts. Try the fermented, fried and braised, or the grilled, seared and charred, for dessert the frozen, churned and baked is a must. This is for meat lovers and date night. Let the kids stay at home.


    Salted & Hung, 12 Purvis Street, Singapore, 188951, +65 6358 3130, http://saltedandhung.com.sg/

  • boomarang-bar-FC

    Riverside Aussie resto Boomarang is a favorite for an alfresco brunch. Tables spill out onto the river walk allowing parents to relax while kids cycle, run, and chalk hopscotch diagrams all within their watchful eyes’ reach. The weekend menu is dotted with fun names like Little Tackers Breakfast for the kids and humbly priced bottles of vino and bubbly for the grown-ups. It also serves all-day Aussie breakfast dishes such as corn cakes, smoked salmon brioche, the Boomarang benedict and omelettes galore.


    Boomarang, 60 Robertson Quay, #01-15 The Quayside, Singapore 238252, +65 6738 1077, www.boomarang.com.sg

  • BurntEnds-2015-interior

    This is where you come for modern barbecue. Burnt Ends offers casual dining with some seating at the counter-top table which looks directly into the open kitchen. The Menu is written daily to ensure that the best and tastiest is served. Smoking, slow roasting, hot roasting, baking, grilling oh my! Get ready for a unique BBQ experience like no other.



    Burnt Ends, 20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391, +65 6224 3933, www.burntends.com.sg

  • whitegrass_interiors-6000px-3_155_0

    Whitegrass is a fine dining restaurant that fuses Australian and Asian tastes. This has a warm, welcoming environment and isn’t at all stuffy. Head Chef Sam Aisbett has worked at some of the best restaurants in Sydney.




    Whitegrass, 30 Victoria Street, #01-26/27, Chijmes, Singapore 187996, +65 6837 0402 http://whitegrass.com.sg


    Located in the Swissotel, this is an elegant yet casual eatery offering high end pieces of Australian meat. Start your weekend with their Weekend Brunch. Available on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 2:30pm, the 5-course brunch menu is a great way to start the weekend. For moms looking to let their hair down with the girls, Stilettos Wednesday is where ladies can enjoy free flow of bubbles and selected drinks at only S$35++ per guest!


    Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, 2 Stamford Road, Level 3 Swissotel, The Stamford, Singapore, 178882, www.wooloo-mooloo.com/sg/wooloomooloo-steakhouse.aspx


    An Australian-inspired restaurant and bar where ‘outback meets chic’, Barossa is famed for its Beef, Burgers and Beers! Signature dishes like the Rib Eye Tasting Platter serving up three types of premium Rib Eyes, Blue Cheese Steak Burger and Barossa Kurobuta Grain-fed Pork Rack are some of the comfort foods you wouldn’t want to miss. Check out their pre-theater packages and set lunch.



    Barossa, Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, #01-11, Singapore 039802, +65 6534 5188 http://barossa.com.sg

  • salt_grill

    Perfect for date night, the restaurant boasts stunning floor to ceiling windows, showcasing the magnificent height of the dining room and bar area. With a menu that focuses on quality Australian and local produce and an impressive wine list to match, Salt grill & Sky bar offers diners with breathtaking panoramic views of Singapore, both day and night.



    Salt Grill, 2 Orchard Turn, #55-01 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801, +65 6592 5118, www.lukemangan.com/restaurants/salt-grill-and-sky-bar-singapore/

  • osia_interior

    Osia is a fine dining restaurant in the heart of Sentosa. Composed of healthy, light seasonal dishes featuring the freshest ingredients from Australia as well as the Pacific Rim and Asia Pacific regions, the Osia experience is artfully complemented by sought after New World wines and attentive, delightful service in an elegant yet convivial atmosphere.



    Osia Bar & Restaurant, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, 098269, +65 6577 6688, www.osiarestaurant.com/home/osia-singapore

  • rokeby-jalan-riang

    Rokeby is an Australian-inspired bistro conceived after the cafe-lined street in Perth Western Australia. Rokeby serves Australian wines and offers a variety of Australian beers. This is the place to go for couples, families and groups of friends to get together to enjoy quality food and drinks. This is a laid-back and relaxed bistro, doing it the Aussie way!


    Rokeby, 15-9 Jalan Riang, Singapore 358987, 9106 0437, http://www.rokeby.com.sg

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