Dogs are commonly known as a man’s best friend. It’s no wonder since they provide us with unconditional love and devotion while expecting nothing in return!
After a hectic week, why not take the opportunity to unwind and celebrate their love by bringing your furbaby out for a day of fun at a dog café?
No pet? No problem! Pay a visit to a dog petting café to indulge in some doggy goodness instead.
From enjoying a nice meal with your furkids by your side to having fun frolicking around in the presence of some furry friends, this list has got you covered!
These are cafes that allow patrons to bring their dogs along, but do not have menu items for dogs.
Open Farm Community
Google rating: 4.1 1073 reviews
Facebook rating: 3.6 147 reviews
Situated among lush greenery, Open Farm Community offers seasonal fare made with produce that are freshly harvested from its garden. It’s well known for its innovative dishes that are a feast for your tastebuds and eyes.
If you’re bringing your pooch along, the cafe has an alfresco dining area where you can relax with your furkid while enjoying your meal.130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819
(Nearest MRT: Orchard)
Mondays – Fridays, 12pm – 11pm
Saturdays – Sundays, 11am – 11pm
The Coastal Settlement
Google rating: 4.2 1079 reviews
The Coastal Settlement is hidden in a remote part of Changi. This quaint little cafe is decorated with vintage knick-knacks and memorabilia, designed to pay homage to the rich colonial history of its premises. Over here, you can expect a curated selection of dishes that features a modern take on local delights like Nasi Lemak.
The place is surrounded by gorgeous green fields and vast open spaces. This is great if you want to explore the area with your dog after a hearty meal.200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529
(Nearest MRT: Tampines)
Mondays – Fridays, 1030am – 1030pm
Saturdays – Sundays, 830am – 1030pm
Google rating: 4 690 reviews
Facebook rating: 3.4 60 reviews
Nestled within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Casa Verde is a dog-friendly cafe that offers a wide array of cuisines. Their menu consists of tantalising dishes ranging from local delights like Laksa to western classics like Fish and Chips.
Its kid’s menu features crowd favourites designed to satisfy even the fussiest eaters, making it the perfect place for a family day out.1 Cluny Rd, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
(Nearest MRT: Botanic Gardens)
Mondays – Sundays, 8am – 10pm
Canopy Garden Dining & Bar
Google rating: 3.8 332 reviews
Located in the heart of Bishan Park, Canopy Garden Dining & Bar is one of the more well-known pet-friendly 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.1382 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Bishan Park 2, Singapore 569931
(Nearest MRT: Ang Mo Kio)
Mondays – Thursdays, 9am – 1030pm
Fridays and PH eves, 9am – 11pm
Saturdays – Sundays, 8am – 11pm
PH, 8am – 1030pm
Google rating: 4.2 160 reviews
Ask anyone who has been to Five &2 and they will only have praises to sing. This classy cafe boasts a fusion menu that is well-loved by all their customers.
Moreover, to improve the access of resources to the less-privileged, Five &2 donates one wholesome meal to a child for every five meals sold.Punggol Park, 97 Hougang Avenue 8, Singapore 538792
(Nearest MRT: Hougang)
Mondays – Thursdays, 5pm – 11pm
Fridays, 5pm – 1am
Saturdays, 4pm – 1am
Sundays, 4pm – 11pm
Some other dog-friendly cafes you can consider visiting are:
These are cafes that have menu items for both owners and dogs.
Sun Ray Café
Google rating: 4.4 385 reviews
This café has clinched multiple awards and is well-known for their aromatic coffee and specialty teas. The best part is – there is no GST and service charge!
Their customers absolutely love the wide selection of food and beverages at affordable prices. You will have to experience this intimate joint for yourself to know what we mean!79 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens, Singapore 559218
(Nearest MRT: Serangoon, Kovan)
Tuesdays – Sundays, 930am – 10pm
Closed on Mondays
Google rating: 4.2 83 reviews
Facebook rating: 4.1 217 reviews
Differentiating themselves with a comforting bowl of bingsu, Happenstance Café is tucked in the North-East region of Singapore. Many have highlighted the homely interior that felt welcoming for pup parents and their fur kids.35 Opal Crescent, Singapore 328425
(Nearest MRT: Potong Pasir, Geylang Bahru)
Mondays – Fridays, 12pm – 9pm
Saturdays – Sundays, 11am – 9pm
Ah B Café
Google rating: 4.1 73 reviews
Facebook rating: 4.7 224 reviews
Ah B Café has curated an extensive menu of Western and Japanese food for dogs and their parents. Regular visitors are pleased with the café’s cosy and clean environment. They have also cited the flexibility of different serving sizes for their fur kids as one of the plus points.
There is, however, a minimum spending of $18 per pax for adults and $13 per pax for children with a maximum 3 hours per visit.110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000
(Nearest MRT: Sixth Avenue)
Tuesdays – Fridays, 130pm – 9pm
Saturdays, 1030am – 9pm
Sundays, 1030am – 7pm
Closed on Mondays
I.N.U Café & Boutique
Google rating: 4.1 71 reviews
Facebook rating: 4.5 136 reviews
To ensure that all customers can dine comfortably, I.N.U Café enforces a strict dog leashing policy. They have designed an extensive menu that includes healthy food for your furkids made with human-grade ingredients such as yogurt, fruits and vegetables and oats.
For pet parents who are driving, there is free parking available at Zhongshan Mall from 12 – 2pm on weekdays and for any 2 hours (1st entry) on weekends and public holidays.530 Balestier Road, Monville Mansions #01-06/07, Singapore 329857
(Nearest MRT: Toa Payoh, Novena)
Sundays – Thursdays, 12pm – 10pm
Fridays – Saturdays, 12pm – 11pm
Ménage Café Singapore
Google rating: 4.1 22 reviews
Facebook rating: 4.8 41 reviews
Ménage Café was mentioned on The Smart Local sometime back in September 2018. Featuring delicious meatballs for your pets, they also have a Western menu with pastas, burgers and their signature fish and chips for you to indulge in.
The space is brighter than a lot of the other cafes and is very Instagrammable – perfect for a date with your friends’ furkids!6 Sin Ming Rd, #01-01/02, Singapore 575585
(Nearest MRT: Marymount)
Tuesdays – Fridays, 12pm – 10pm
Saturdays, 1030am – 1030pm
Sundays, 1030am – 10pm
Canine Café Singapore
Google rating: 4.5 4 reviews
Facebook rating: 5 11 reviews
The Canine Café was opened by the Canine Wellness & Rehab Centre and is located just beside their hydrotherapy centre. It makes a great place to chill and have a sumptuous Western meal after your dog’s session.
Being a popular venue to hold dog parties, they have a full pet food menu for your precious fur kids. Do ensure to make a reservation to avoid any disappointments as seats are limited.12 Jalan Gelenggang, Singapore 578192
(Nearest MRT: Yio Chu Kang)
Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am – 7pm
Saturdays – Sundays, 1030am – 7pm
Closed on Mondays
Dog petting cafes
These are cafes that have resident dogs for customers to interact with but do not allow visitors to bring their own dogs under AVA regulations.
Google rating: 3.4 175 reviews
Facebook rating: 3.8 402 reviews
We are The Furballs is the first dog petting café in Singapore with adorable resident dogs. If your child is at least 10 years old, he/she can enter the premises with the supervision of an adult.
Do note that this café does not serve any food to visitors; per entry, you are entitled to one free standard drink. Also, to attract the attention of these furry creatures, you may have to purchase treats ($3 per packet) from the counter.
This dog petting café is an experience like no other! As slots are limited, be sure to reserve a slot before heading down, especially during weekends.Bugis+ #07-07, 201 Victoria St, Singapore 188067
(Nearest MRT: Bugis)
Sundays – Thursday, 1pm – 10pm
Fridays – Saturdays, 1230pm – 1030pm
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