Pet-Friendly Cafes Across Singapore - Got Dog Menus!
For those of you who are much like me (i.e. someone who is #overlyattached to my furkids and can’t go for a meal without thinking about them), here are some cafés that are not only pet-friendly, but also have a dog menu for your furkids!
Why is having a dog menu important? Because packing food for them is leceh lah, honestly. They deserve a nice meal out every once in a while too, right?
The Garden Slug
Their Facebook description: “An old school-like coffeehouse that serves rustic food in generous portions. Indoor and breezy outdoor alfresco dining areas are available and pet-friendly.”
This place probably has the cutest dog menu names: Cockadoodledoo, Beef It Up!, Gone Fishin’, Woofmelette Barkfast, Vegan Pupcake… you get the idea. Each dish on the menu comes with meat, potatoes, vegetables, organic black rice and 100% virgin coconut oil.
If you don’t feel like going out, no problemo. You can place orders for both yourself and your furkids through their website, and have their awesome and pawsome meals delivered straight to your doorstep.
Address: 55 Lorong L Telok Kurau, #01-59/61, Singapore 425500
Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thu: 11:30am to 9:30pm; Fri: 11:30am to 10pm; Sat: 9:30am to 10pm; Sun and public holidays: 9:30 to 10:30pm; closed on Tue
Tel: 6346 0504
Sun Ray Café
From their website: “The food is made using human grade meats and vegetables and cooked without seasoning. All recipes we use are pet recipes and are safe for your fur kids. We even restrict ingredients that are toxic to pets in our human food, just in case the ever-hungry fur kids gobble them up from the floor. You would not be able to find whole onion or slices, whole chocolates and whole nuts that can cause indigestion to your fur kids. Just be careful not to drop mushrooms onto the floor.”
If you’re looking for doggy cakes to celebrate any occasion, Sun Ray Café offers cakes at these prices with at least two days’ notice:
• Fruit, 250g, $15
• Meat, 250g, $20
• Fruit, 500g, $25
• Meat, 500g, $30
Address: 79/81 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens Estate, Singapore 559218
Opening hours: Tue to Sun and public holidays: 9:30am to 10pm (last order 9:30pm); closed on Mon
Tel: 6283 8700
With a beautiful view of Punggol Park, this Resto Bistro is all about preserving authentic Asian cuisine. So, while you enjoy the sights and sounds of this gorgeous place, your furkids will also be able to experience this with you, with their own special menu:
• Crispy Salmon Cube with Carrot Puree (human grade)
• Deep-fried Salmon, Dice Potato, Carrot, Broccoli and Brown Rice and garnished with Dill (you can request for Pan Seared Salmon too!)
• Pan Seared Beef Cubes with Carrot Puree (human grade)
• Fully-cooked Beef Ribeye, Dice Potato, Carrot, Broccoli, Brown Rice and garnished with Rosemary
• Feed My Paws Pet Treats (subject to availability)
Address: 97, Hougang Ave 8, Punggol Park, Singapore 538792
Opening hours: Mon to Sun: 4pm to 11pm
Contact: 6282 8801
From their Facebook page: “Ménage Cafe was born from the passion we have for our furkids. A heaven where we can all live, love, woof.”
If you’re staying in Upper Thomson, Yishun, Sembawang, Bishan/AMK area, then this place is definitely one you should check out. Here are some of the delicious items on their dog menu:
• Sous vide pork loin
• Sous vide chicken breast
• Sous vide salmon steak
• Sous vide wagyu beef
• Duck and cheese meatballs
Atas right? “Sous vide” means “involving or denoting a method of preserving food by partial cooking followed by vacuum-sealing and chilling”. Hope that helps!
Address: 6, Sin Ming Road, #01-01/02, Singapore 575585
Opening hours: Tue to Fri: 12 to 10pm; Sat and Sun: 10:30am to 10:30pm
Contact: 9669 8372
Wooftopia Pet Café
Located at The Grandstand, this pet café has quite an extensive menu for pawrents but has a specialised 8-item menu for furkids! Some of their most unique items are:
• Chicken rice: Replicated with boiled chicken served with brown rice, cucumber, gogi berry paste as chilli, and boile blackbean as dark soy sauce
• Nasi lemak: Replicated with dehydrated chicken mid-wing, roasted ikan bilis and peanut, boiled egg and cucumber. Served with brown rice)
• Otay (a portmanteau of “otah” and “satay”): Mackereel as otah, pork as satay seasoned with turmeric powder
And of course, no meal will be complete without ice cream. At Wooftopia, they serve goat’s milk ice cream with an option of 100g or 300g for your furkid.
Address: 200, Turf Club Road, #01-29, Singapore 287994
Opening hours: Mon, Wed to Fri: 12 to 10pm; Sat and Sun: 11am to 10pm; closed on Tue
Contact: 6966 8818
Now, with all these doggylicious options, why should we ever have to choose between having a good meal ourselves and leaving our furkids behind?