10 Pet-Friendly Cafes in Singapore
Finding it hard to find a nice dining spot for you and your furry companion? Fret not. We have compiled a list of the best pet-friendly cafes that you can enjoy a delightful meal with your pet! Whether you live in the East or West, we've got you covered.  
1. Canopy Garden Dining & Bar
Located within the sprawling greenery of Bishan Park II, Canopy Garden boasts an ambience that is hard to beat. After an afternoon stroll with your pet, hop on down to this (mainly) alfresco dining restaurant that serves up wholesome brunch items and also delicious dinner mains. Try this: Eggs Benedict ($12; pictured). You can never go wrong with a well-cooked plate of eggs Benny and Canopy Garden aces this classic dish. Additional sides like sautéed mushrooms are available on order. Canopy Garden Dining & Bar, Bishan Park II, 1382 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 569931 (Image: Openrice user, lyn.yi.3)
2. Tanjong Beach Club
The sun, sand and sea is the perfect hat trick for a weekend jaunt for owner and pet, and Tanjong Beach Club is the perfect pit stop. Pig it out over favourites such as Truffle Fries and Blueberry Pancakes! Try this: Calamari. Perfect finger food. Crisp on the outside and perfectly cooked on the inside, be forewarned. These are highly addictive! Tanjong Beach Club, Sentosa, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098942 (Image: Openrice user, wastedreveries)
3. The Coastal Settlement
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Nestled along the relative wilderness of Netheravon Road at Changi, a visit to The Coastal Settlement promises quite the trip. The quaint restaurant | cafe | bar offers a taste of the rustic with an interior to match. Try this – Spam Fries ($14++; pictured). Crispy slices of spam are deep-fried and paired up with Japanese Mayonnaise. Sinful, but oh so good. The Coastal Settlement, 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529 (Image: Openrice user, littletinysun)
4. Jones The Grocer
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Jones The Grocer at Dempsey Hill is yet another cafe that looks favourably upon customers bringing along their furry companions. Other than an excellent brunch menu, they also offer freshly baked bread and other pastries. Try this – Jones Big Breakfast ($24). This is the full works with sautéed mushrooms, eggs, bacon and sausages served with sourdough bread. Jones the Grocer, 9 Dempsey Road #01-12, Singapore 247696 (Image: Openrice user, chubbybotakkoala)
5. Kith Café
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For pet lovers, few things come close to savouring unpretentious food with your pet by your side. Kith Café at Quayside Isle offers a seaside sanctuary for an afternoon of relaxation and delicious all-day-breakfast fare. Try this – Mexican Eggs. Poached eggs crowned on top of avocado, multigrain bread and baby spinach, with a side of smoked salmon, caviar and baked beans. Savoury and sweet all at the same time. Kith Café, Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way #01-08, Singapore 098375 (Image: Openrice user, bsmint)
6. W39 Bistro
With cafes sprouting all across the island, W39 Bistro comes across heads and shoulders above the competition in the west. West-siders rejoice as you can bring your pet here after a long walk, to have good food at pocket-friendly prices. The Eggs Benedict here only go for $9! Try this – Salted Caramel Chocolate Cake ($6.80). For those with a sweet tooth, this decadent and delicious cake will be your number one pick baked to perfection with the right balance of salty and sweet. W39 Bistro, 39 Jalan Mas Puteh, Singapore 128637 (Image: Openrice user, wenzes)
7. Sun Ray Café
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Tucked away in Serangoon Gardens, Sun Ray Café is a homely establishment that serves appetizing food with freshly brewed coffee made by a certified and skilled barista. Try this – American Breakfast ($14.90). Savoury eggs are paired up with a warm and sweet scone with sausages, hash browns and salad on the side. Sun Ray Café, Serangoon Gardens, 79 Brighton Crescent, Singapore 559218 (Image: Openrice user, cptslowyeo)
8. Happenstance Café
Happenstance Café is popular among dog lovers for thoughtful side menu specially catering to their furry little friends. Try this – Pasta Creation For Furkid ($6.50+). Designed for dogs, this bowl consists of pasta, zucchini and minced pork, making sure your pet has all the nutrients it needs. Happenstance Café, 35 Opal Crescent, Singapore 328425 (Image: Openrice user, summerlovestoeat)
9. Sin Lee Foods
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Bold and unconventional, Sin Lee Foods has never been just another cafe with its unconventional menu including highlights such as the Salted Egg Yolk Sweet Potato Fries. Try this – Chicken & Waffles. The star of the Sin Lee Foods menu, a juicy and tender chicken with just the right amount of crisp is perched on top a piece of perfectly cooked waffle. Must try! Sin Lee Foods, Blk 4 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee #01-164, Singapore 162004 (Image: Openrice user, lepakwithyaops)
10. Portico
With a rustic interior filled with wooden furniture and homely décor, the ambience of this place is like no other. Swarmed with positive reviews from customers since their grand opening, Portico serves up food that promises robust and complex flavours. Try this – Kombu Soba Noodles ($16; pictured). Every bite of these noodles is a party of flavours and the contrast in textures is a delight. Portico, 991B Alexandra Road #01-10, Singapore 119964 (Image: Openrice Editor)
Written by Cheryl Chong See Also: Check out these new spots for your cafe adventures Love cats? Check out these cat cafes not to be missed!
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