If you’re someone who’s overly attached to your pet (let’s face it, we all are), then you’ll understand the eternal struggle over the weekend where you have to decide whether to spend your rest day out and about or at home accompanying your love-deprived fur pal.

With the increase in pet-friendly cafes though, you can now get the best of both worlds by taking your pet out with you as you head for that well-deserved weekend brunch. Here’s a list of dog-friendly cafes perfect if you’re a clingy owner.

1. Canopy Garden Dining & Bar

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Located in the heart of Bishan Park, Canopy Garden Dining & Bar is one of the more well-known animal cafes in Singapore, largely due to its close proximity to the popular dog run nearby.

With a varied brunch menu, you can enjoy a hearty meal here to refuel after a morning runabout with your dog. The Ragu Alla Bolognese is very much recommended.

  • Address: 1382 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park 2, 569931
  • Website: http://canopygardendining.com.sg/

2. Coastes

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All the way over at Sentosa is Coastes, a rustic and casual beach eatery littered with sunbeds and deck chairs right up to the water’s edge.

Coastes has something for everyone because aside from being pet-friendly, it’s nearby several kid-friendly amenities while nightfall also brings with it a romantic ambiance perfect for couples.

  • Address: 50 Siloso Beach Walk 01-06, 099000
  • Website: http://www.coastes.com/

3. The Green Door

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Tucked away in a quiet cosy corner of Dempsey is The Green Door, whom describe themselves as a ‘garden bar perfect at which to meet before and after dinner’.

Despite priding themselves on their cocktails and drinks menu, their food offerings are not to be written off, with their Signature BBQ Pork Ribs being a firm fan favourite.

Water bowls for pets are provided as well, so you can toast your fur pal while sipping on that mojito.

4. Ah B Cafe


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Known by regulars as ‘ABC’, Ah B Cafe is part of Sunny Heights, a full-fledged doggie daycare with a cafe boasting a solid food menu and chill ambiance to boot.

While their Teriyaki Chicken is pretty decent, many actually come here for the range of cakes on their pet menu.

5. We Are The Furballs

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Now if you’re someone who doesn’t have your own pet to bring around for brunch, fret not because We Are The Furballs is a dog cafe in Bugis with resident dogs. Treats can be purchased over the counter, which will immediately transform you into a dog magnet.

After you’re done cuddling up to the pups (if you’re ever done, that is), you can head over to the cafe section for a drink and a round of board games with friends.

6. Ulu Ulu Pet Cafe

As the name suggests, this cafe is tucked in Kranji Farm Resort and to reach there may be quite a hassle. But the quaint environment makes this place even more charming than the usual hunts. Apart from dishing out human and pet friendly meals, Ulu Ulu Pet Cafe also provides pet playgrounds, pools and training workshops for your furkids. To ensure safety of all pets, owners are required to produce the vaccination card before entering the pool.

7.  Sun Ray Cafe

Any Singaporean dog owner would know Sun Ray and this is probably one of the most popular brunch spots in town. The owners take pride in their home roasted coffee beans and award winning baristas. The menu also features some of the brunch favourties such as eggs benedict and chili crab pasta. Sun Ray cafe also supports 3 beneficiaries either monthly or half yearly.  They are World Wildlife Fund, Bone Marrow Donor Program and Noah’s Ark Natural Animal Shelter.

  • Website: www.sunray.sg
  • Address: 79 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens, S(559218)

8. I.N.U Cafe & Boutique

This cafe cum retail space is a popular choice for furkids’ birthday celebration. It provides generous room for mingling and special set-ups. It also organises weekend market that features pet products from various vendors. Unlike most cafes, I.N.U Cafe has a zi char menu that would please owners who have a preference for Chinese food. This allows owners to bring their parents while creating an opportunity to have a great family day out with their furkids!

Not a fan of dogs? Check out our list of cat petting cafes in Singapore!

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