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Top 5 pet-friendly restaurant to visit

PawjourrMarch 22, 2021~ 3 mins read

Pet-Friendly restaurants are hard to come by in Singapore due to the high difficulty of obtaining the Pets Allowed license. However, check these 5 pet-friendly restaurants, which strive through all the small inconveniences to provide pawrents a place to enjoy with our furbabies. 

Five & 2

It’s always a great time to be at Five & 2, bustling with many furkids, hoomans, and friendly staff, there are always many people around the area. With a huge variety of cuisines available, including Italian, Thai, Korean and Local food. Their menu is never boring, it will surely guarantee you a slurp-worthy feast. 

What I love most about Five & 2 is their strategic location, it is located right next to Punggol Park, where you can take your furbabies on a leisure walk before or after your meals. Five & 2 also provide plastic water bowls ? for your furbaby. It is truly a wonderland for all furbabies and pawrents.

Attention to all Easties! Head down to Five & 2 at Punggol Park for a relaxing time with your furbaby.


@wildseedsg Look at all these pet influencers shining in front of the camera! 

Housed in a colonial bungalow and surrounded by lush greenery, Wildseed cafe is the perfect place for you and your furbaby to relax on a weekend. With a spacious seating arrangement, there’s plenty of space for the doggos to walk around. One of the highlights of Wildseed, would be the exquisite decorations. The outlet at Alkaff Mansion, excelled in its floral decoration, presenting a peaceful and fairytale life- scene. 

It is pet-friendly and is filled with big spaces of greenery which is very useful for pawrents to bring their furbabies on walkies. If you have extra time to spare, do give Wildseed a visit this weekend!

Looking for an opportunity for your furkid to shine? Check out Wildseed Cafe today!

Lola Cafe 

Looking for a homely place to hang out with your friends and furbabies? Lola cafe is the place to go! Lola cafe identifies itself as a backyard cafe, that focuses on having a causal environment and serving food that is made from the heart. The menu is one of the best, with many signature dishes, you will surely have a slurp-worthy feast! 

#Protip1 – it would be good to call in for a reservation before heading down to the cafe, as there is limited outdoor seating. ? We hope this tip helps you to ensure your seat at the Lola Cafe.  

Be sure to check their signature dish: Honey Paprika Crisp Wings when you visit Lola Cafe

Cafe De Nicole’s Flower

Known for their incredible floral decorations, and all-day breakfast menu, you’re in for a treat for both your eyes and your taste buds. The service crew can be seen picking fresh flowers from the florist section, to decorate the plate. Be rest assured, that your plate of dessert is freshly made and served!?

Cafe De Nicole Flower allows your pets indoors so that you can enjoy the breath-taking view with your furbaby.

Be sure to visit Cafe De Nicole’s Flower over the weekend with your furbaby.


Tired of garden-themed cafes? Try Kontiki for a refreshing change of scene. Kontiki is located near Marina Bay, where one can view not only the spectacular Kalling river but also Marina Bay City skyline.

They serve American cuisine, made perfect for a comforting gathering with your family and friends. Apart from the jaw-dropping scenery at Kontiki, the best part of Kontiki would be the pet-friendly feature. 

There’s plenty of space outdoors for the doggos to walk around. Rest assured that your furbaby will be protected from the scorning sun, as every outdoor table is attached with an umbrella. 

Looking for a scenic sea view ? ? Be sure to check out Kontiki!

That’s all for the list, we hope that you have found this article useful for you and your furkid. If you need more suggestions, do visit Pawjourr for more pet-friendly restaurants!

* This blog is designed to be a community where pet owners can learn and share. The views expressed in each post are the opinion of the author and not necessarily endorsed by Pawjourr. Always consult your veterinarian for professional advice.



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