Child-free restaurants in Singapore

Looking for a place to dine in peace? Joyce Huang reports on restaurants around the city with a no-kid policy
By Time Out Singapore editors |
Photo: Rory Daniel
Restaurants, Chinese


icon-location-pin Raffles Place

Not wanting to disrupt the fine dining environment of innovative cuisine paired with stunning views of the Marina Bay, Me@OUE implements a minimum age of ten.



icon-location-pin City Hall

Chef Julien Royer’s new contemporary French restaurant at the sophisticated National Gallery only allows children above the age of seven.

Restaurants, Thai

Tamarind Hill

icon-location-pin Habourfront

Nestled within the Labrador Nature Reserve, this fine-dining restaurant that serves traditional and contemporary Siamese cuisine has a 'no-child' policy – that means no one under 14.

But if you've got kids...

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