Singapore’s vibrant cafe scene isn’t just for humans anymore. It’s a haven for our furry friends too!

If you’re looking for the perfect blend of delectable treats, cosy ambience, and a warm welcome for your furkids, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve scoured the island to bring you a curated list of the best pet-friendly cafes in Singapore that cater to both your appetite and your pet’s wagging tail.

pet friendly cafes in singapore near me
Photo: Acoustics Coffee Bar / Instagram

Aside from the usual places like East Coast and Dempsey, our pet-friendly cafe guide extends to all corners of Singapore, even including indoor options too!

1. Bee’s Knees at The Garage

Dog-friendly Picnic Buzzket. Photo: Bee’s Knees

Nestled within the lush surroundings of Botanic Gardens, Bee’s Knees at The Garage beckons both pet parents and their furkids for a delightful day out.

Begin your pet-friendly adventure with a refreshing stop at this charming cafe. Before embarking on your park escapades, indulge in nourishing delights. Savour the cool and invigorating Acai Sorbet ($13), perfect for beating the tropical heat, or opt for the revitalizing Fresh Fruit Salad ($13) for a burst of natural flavours. For those seeking heartier fare, the Truffle Carbonara Pizza ($29) awaits, promising a satisfying fusion of truffle goodness and classic Italian flavors.

While Bee’s Knees is already located within Botanic Gardens, you can further immerse yourselves in nature by dining picnic-style instead. Bee’s Knees has recently introduced their latest ready-to-set-up Dog-friendly Picnic Buzzket. These convenient ‘buzzkets’ come equipped with everything you need for a perfect picnic session, including a reusable mat, comfortable cushions, battery-operated candles, and scrumptious meals for either two or four people. Meanwhile, the dogs get dog toys, a dog bowl, treats, and a bandana. 

Bee’s Knees at The Garage

Location: Bee’s Knees at The Garage, 50 Cluny Park Road, Level 1, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 257488
Opening hours: 8am-10pm

2. Acoustics Coffee Bar

Pet friendly cafes in Singapore, located at Chinatown Neil Road
Photo: Acoustics Coffee Bar / Instagram

Acoustics Coffee Bar has long established themselves in Singapore’s cafe scene since it opened two years ago. At the start of this year, they have also joined our small pool of local coffee roasters

Situated along Neil Road, this cafe offers a sheltered dining area for pet owners. While it’s technically outdoors, the al fresco dining area remains fairly cooling, ensuring a pleasant dining experience.

An Iced Black ($5) is a must-try, featuring a single origin from Brazil, which boasts prominent notes of fruit cocktail, green grape and almond. They rotate their single origin every few months, so this might not be on the menu when you visit. Meanwhile, for mains, we recommend one of their affordable lunch sets if you’re visiting on a weekday afternoon. Otherwise, their crowd favourites are the Acoustics Laksa ($21), Salmon Lemon Buttercream ($18) and Acoustics Breakfast ($24).

Acoustics Coffee Bar

Location: 61 Neil Rd, Singapore 088895
Opening hours: 
Mon-Thu: 8:30am-5:30pm
Friday: 8:30am-9:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am-7pm
Sunday: 8:30am-5:30pm

3. Open Farm Community 

Farm to table dining concept in Singapore with a pet friendly an al fresco dining area
A standalone restaurant with their own urban farm. Photo: Open Farm Community

Get a palate cleanse at Singapore’s pioneering urban farm and restaurant. Open Farm Community is a farm-to-table concept at its finest, allowing diners to indulge in dishes where some of the ingredients are just a short walk away from the very tables they sit at.

Open Farm Community new menu is designed to enhance the communal dining experience, encouraging diners to share in the joy of savouring these thoughtfully crafted dishes together. Each plate boasts bold flavors that celebrate the freshness and richness of the ingredients used. The Seasonal Vegetables Platter ($22) features an assortment of vegetables prepared in various styles, while the Heirloom Tomatoes ($16) provides a refreshing option that cleanses the palate, paired with the tangy and bright flavours of dehydrated strawberries, shiso ponzu, and caper berries.

Don’t worry, as Open Farm Community’s menu extends beyond vegetables. The Grilled Mangalica Pork Collar ($48) melts in your mouth, and the Udon Cacio e Pepe ($32) features a beautiful contrast of textures and captivating aromas.

The outdoor dining area is pet-friendly, and the restaurant recommends booking three to four weeks in advance for the weekends.

Open Farm Community

Location: 130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819
Tel: +65 6471 0306
Opening hours:
11 am–4 pm, 6–11 pm

4. Ménage Cafe

Indoor dog friendly cafe in Singapore at Xin Ming Road
Amazing backdrops for cute photos with your furkids

Although Ménage Cafe was founded for pawrents to bond with their furkids, this pet-friendly cafe offers such delectable dishes, you would return even without your pets.

This indoor dog-friendly cafe along Sin Ming Road offers a wide variety of western mains and Asian-fusion dishes. We recommend the Prawn Laksa Pasta ($17.9) and Tom Yam Pasta ($17.9) for the gorgeous gorgeous girls who love their carbs. Alternatively, for a meatier option, the Duck Confit ($19.9) falls off the bones.

Ménage Cafe is equipped with the essentials to ensure a safe space for your pups to roam around freely. Two gates are built in to prevent any pups from escaping, and in case your pup makes a mess, you can easily clean it up with their mop and sanitiser. More importantly, to ensure that no one is left out, the cafe offers dog-friendly dishes comprising of brown rice, steamed tuna, and broccoli, starting from $9.

Ménage Cafe

Location: 6 Sin Ming Rd, #01-01/02, Singapore 575585
Opening hours:
Monday: Closed
Tue- Fri: 12- 10pm
Saturday: 10:30am- 10:30pm
Sunday: 10:30am- 10pm

5. MOIC Dessert Bar

Museum of Ice Cream Singapore. MOIC Singapore's new pe-friendly desser bar
Photo: MOIC

The whimsical Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) has opened Dempsey’s first-ever pet-friendly dessert bar.

Located right beside the museum, MOIC Dessert Bar is decked in red and pink — just as Instagrammable as the museum itself. The greenery and wide selection of ice cream offers the perfect respite to beat the heat, especially after a satisfying round at its very own dog run (this is the only cafe on the list that has its own dog run!). Aside from ice cream, which starts from $5 for a single scoop, MOIC Dessert Bar’s menu also includes a selection of pastries such as Croissant ($5) and Mushroom Danish ($6), pizzas, and cocktails.

Museum of Ice Cream

Location: 110 Loewen Road, Dempsey Singapore 248837
Opening hours:
Monday: 12-6pm 
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 12-6pm 
Thu-Sun: 12-8pm 

6. The Brewing Ground

Eggs Benjamin at The Brewing Ground — sourdough, sous vide egg, beurre blanc, sauteed spinach, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms
Eggs Benjamin

Tucked away in an obscure corner in Joo Chiat, The Brewing Ground serves one of the best brunches in Singapore. Bonus point: it is also pet-friendly.

This cafe offers beyond good brews and food. Instead, it serves as a platform for relationships to brew, as people come together to dine and chat. But, back to the brunch fare. The classic eggs benedict is elevated with beurre blanc and sous vide egg, offering richer and more complex flavours. Presenting, the Eggs Benjamin ($23). For a lighter option, the Burrata Tartine ($20) offers a tart and refreshing profile with a mix of roasted cherry tomatoes and balsamic glaze.

The Brewing Ground’s pet-friendly area is at their spacious backyard, providing your furkids plenty of space to roam about. Don’t worry about the heat and rain, as the seats are properly sheltered.

The Brewing Ground

Location: 406 Joo Chiat Place, #01-24 The Yards
Opening hours: 7:30am-5pm

7. Tiong Bahru Bakery

Photo: Tiong Bahru Bakery / Facebook

Tiong Bahru Bakery needs no introduction, but did you know they have a handful of outlets that are pet-friendly?

The alfresco areas of Tiong Bahru Bakery’s Foothills, Safari and Chip Bee Gardens outlets provide you an opportunity to munch one of the best croissants in Singapore with your furkids.

Aside from their renowned Plain Croissants ($4.2), indulge in delectable savoury pastries such as the Brie & Roasted Mushroom Croissant ($12.6) and Salmon & Spanish Quiche with Salad ($14.7)

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Location: 70 River Valley Rd, #01-05, Singapore 179037
Opening hours: 7:30am-7pm

8. The Urban Hideout

The Urban Hideout's gelato and waffles

Not a croissants person? How about a freshly-made waffles?

The waffles at The Urban Hideout, a pet-friendly cafe at Sembawang, is simply perfection. Fluffy interior, with just enough crisp on the surface for a good contrast. Pair it with a scoop of their creamy gelato, made with less cream and free of eggs, and churned at a slower speed, resulting in a silkier texture. The Signature Waffle with Gelato starts from $11.9.

The Urban Hideout’s menu extends to brunch and dinner. The Eggs Royale Waffles ($18.9) is a classic, with poached eggs, smoked salmon, and avocado on waffles. Meanwhile, The Overload Burger ($24.9), with their handmade wagyu beef patty, provides a hearty end to the day. 

The Urban Hideout

Location: 60 Springside Walk, #01-05 The Brooks I, Singapore 786020
Opening hours:
Monday: Closed
Tue-Fri: 12-10:30pm
Sat-Sun: 10:30am-10:30pm

9. Common Man Coffee Roasters

Anchorpoint outlet. Photo: Common Man Coffee Roasters

Cafe by day, natural wine bar by night, Common Man Coffee Roasters have stirred up quite a storm with its latest concept change. Not to mention, the unveiling of their newest outlet at Anchorpoint. 

Common Man Coffee Roaster’s pet-friendly outlet includes Anchorpoint, Martin Road, and Quayside Isle. Their classics include the Turkish Common Man Breakfast ($29), a Mediterranean spin on the common brunch fare, and the Chilli Chicken ($32) features a hefty chicken breast, complemented with a flavourful harissa. Of course, you can’t leave with a cup of joe. Every bean is sustainability sourced from all around the world, and freshly roasted in Singapore. 

Common Man Coffee Roasters

Location: 368 Alexandra Rd, #01-01, Singapore 159952
Opening hours:
Monday: 7:30am-5pm
Tue-Thu: 7:30am-10pm
Fri-Sat: 7:30am-11pm
Sunday: 7:30am-10pm

10. Bearded Bella

Photo: Bearded Bella / Instagram

Located between Tanjong Pagar and Chinatown, Bearded Bella combines Melbourne-inspired vibes with a touch of whimsy in its charming, light-filled space.

Indulge in their delicious brunch offerings, such as the Grilled Cheese and Prosciutto Sandwich ($24) and Green Harissa Duck Burger ($29).

Don’t forget to try their speciality coffee, carefully sourced around the world, and roasted in-house (yes, get ready to smell like freshly roasted coffee after a visit to this cafe). 

Bearded Bella is also one of the few pet-friendly cafes in Singapore. On top of that, they also serve doggo treats by The Barkery Singapore from $10.2 per portion.

Bearded Bella

Location: 8 Craig Rd, Singapore 089668
Tel: +65 9880 0775
Opening hours:
Mon-Wed 7:30am-5pm
Thu-Sat: 7:30am-10pm
Sunday: 7:30am-6pm

11. Canopy Garden Dining

Outdoor seating area of Changi City Point’s outlet.

Decked in plants and wooden furniture, Canopy Garden Dining offers an opportunity for your pets to reconnect with nature.

This garden-themed cafe is one of the most Instagrammable pet-friendly cafes in Singapore. Potted plants line the shelves, while hanging vines cascade from the ceiling. Organically-shaped lamps add a warm, gentle glow, elevating the ambience of the space.

This pet-friendly cafe offers a wide selection of dishes on their menu, ranging from hearty mains like the Chicken Parmigiana and Carbonara ($20).

Canopy Garden Dining is located at Changi City Point, Hort Park and Bishan Park.

Canopy Garden Dining

Location: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #01-70/71 Changi City Point, 486038
Opening hours: 10:30am-10:30pm

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