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
Chef Julien Royer’s new contemporary French restaurant at the sophisticated National Gallery only allows children above the age of seven.
With just 28 seats, a spot at this tempura restaurant in Regent Hotel is much coveted by elite business travellers. The place only allows children to dine in on weekends and public holidays.
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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