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CLARKE QUAY SUNDAY PLAYDATES 2018: BEST CHILDREN-FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS BY THE RIVER, GAMES & MORE

Press Release   •   Apr 03, 2018 15:30 +08

SINGAPORE, MARCH 2018 – Sunday Playdates returns with new family (and wallet) friendly restaurants that offer kid’s menus for the ideal weekend brunch at Clarke Quay. There will also never be a dull moment with fun games to keep them entertained all afternoon.

FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Mark your calendars for the first Sunday of every month as the Quay turns the Fountain Square into a children’s carnival. From 12pm to 5pm, the activities are free for play with inflatable castles and slides that are suitable for all ages. Engage in a friendly exchange at the sports game stands, or pit your skills at some of the old-school carnival booths. With a different theme every month, be sure to return for your monthly dose of fun.

If your littlies are looking for some thrill then head over to the Adventure Hub (next to Fremantle Seafood Market) where kids can bounce around on the trampolines (operator charges apply).

FOR RESTAURANTS WHERE KIDS DINE FREE

Hot Stones

No more having to pinch fries from daddy’s plate or share mummy’s main course because one kid dines for free with every two paying adults on Sundays* at selected restaurants! Choose from the Surf & Turf menu at Fremantle Seafood Market or cook your own steak on serpentine volcanic stone slabs at Hot Stones. Savour Japan’s freshest catch or small plates and hearty bento meals at Tomo Izakaya, or for an authentic Thai lunch with an urban twist, try the Tom Yum Lobster Bisque or Aroy Mak Tasting Platter at Talay Thai.

* Available all day. Valid for kids below the age of 7 only. Not valid for eve of and Public Holidays. Other terms & conditions apply. 

FOR KID’S MENU & FAMILY FEASTS

Kushikatsu Tanaka

Enter Kushikatsu Tanaka and be greeted by the high energy of the servers. This Japanese chain with more than 160 outlets from Osaka opened its first outlet in Singapore at Clarke Quay. Famous for their assorted deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables, they are also well-known for their DIY dishes such as the Potato Salad, Takoyaki and Chititori Hot Pan. Kids can enjoy a free soft drink* if they win in a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors with the staffs. Kid’s meal is also available at $5++ for kids below the age of 7.

* Only one attempt per child. Valid for kids below the age of 12 only. Half-priced soft drink if draw with staff. Usual charge of $5++ is applicable if lose to staff. Prices before GST and cover charge.

Wings Bar

Take dining to new heights at Wings Bar, an aviator-themed concept with a hangar above the runway floor. The crew members are donned in jumpsuits to mimic aircraft service personnel, and the restaurant whips up their best-selling Barbecue Ribs with Bourbon Glaze and Buffalo Wings. They open on the first Sunday of every month for lunch with a special kid’s menu of Nuggets with Sides, Baby Cheese Burger, Ice-cream Sundaes, and other desserts. Conveniently facing the Fountain Square, adults can easily keep an eye out as the children play at the games.

Sports screening is also available for selected matches, making it the perfect spot for when the whole family is here for Sunday Playdates.

Privé Clarke Quay

Alternatively, Privé Clarke Quay (also situated next the carnival play area) offers a weekend all-day breakfast selection, and a list of bubbly and wines for those who desire a fancier brunch.

Bayang

Feel like you’re on a vacation in Bali with resort-eqsue interior featuring inlays inspired by traditional wayang or shadow puppets, Indonesian favourites and grilled meat and seafood at Bayang. The casual dining restaurant is known for their Satay Campur (marinated minced meat or fish grilled on lemongrass sticks), Beef Rendang and Ayam or Ikan Penyet. If the dishes are a tad too spicy for children, then ask for the kid’s menu. It comes with a choice of main course like Fried Noodles or Fried Rice, beverage and dessert for $11++ which the kids will surely approve. 

Xiangtianxia Hot Pot

The best way however to have a little bit of everything and satisfy everyone’s cravings is through hot pot, and no better place than at Xiangtianxia Hot Pot from Chengdu.

Fun Fact: they have more than 500 outlets worldwide, and Clarke Quay is the first in Singapore. Have it the way you like hot pot by choosing up to three soup bases (such as Tomato, Wild Mushroom, and the signature Szechuan Ma La), sample different cuts from the Mini Nine Platter or order the Premium Barbie Wagyu Beef.

Long Jiang Classic Noodle & Congee House 

Seafood lovers can rejoice as Long Jiang Classic Noodle & Congee House serves premium seafood porridge and noodles at affordable prices, curated by Chef Francis Chong 張偉忠, President of Society of Chinese Cuisine Chefs (新加坡中厨协会). It’s a real treat for any family occasion as the Signature Ocean Treasures Porridge and Braised Cheesy Lobster Bee Hoon come in plush pots, which are perfect for sharing for three to four people. Also on the menu are other well-loved local dishes such as Fried Hokkien Noodles, KL Soya Sauce Chicken, and wok-fried staples. 

FOR CAPITASTAR MEMBERS & MORE INFORMATION

Earn 3 times STAR$ for lunch receipts (12pm to 3pm daily) scanned at Clarke Quay*.

Visitwww.clarkequay.com.sg for more details. Regular updates can also be found on Clarke Quay’s Facebook @ClarkeQuay and Instagram @clarkequaysg.

* 3X STAR$ are awarded upon scanning of valid lunch receipts from participating outlets at Clarke Quay. Applicable for receipts from Monday to Sunday, between 12 pm to 3pm. The award of STAR$® is limited to maximum 5,000STAR$® per member per day. Passion Card-CapitaStar members whom have activated their privileges can accumulate up to a maximum of 7,500STAR$® a day.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information here is accurate at time of publication. However, changes to the information may have occurred since going to press. Clarke Quay may not be held for errors and/or omissions however caused. In the event of any disagreement, the outlet’s management reserves the right to have the final decision. Photos are for illustration purpose only.

About Clarke Quay

Located along the iconic Singapore River at the fringe of Singapore’s Central Business District, Clarke Quay sits on a historical commercial site dating back to the 19th Century. Today, Clarke Quay has been boldly restored and refurbished into five beautiful waterfront godowns under a climate controlled canopy illuminated by coloured lighting, creating a modern and cosmopolitan ambience amidst the tradition and history. Owned by CapitaLand Mall Trust and managed by CapitaLand Mall Asia, Clarke Quay plays host to a wide array of more than 60 restaurants, wine bars, and entertainment outlets, attracting about one million visitors every month.

Clarke Quay was crowned Singapore’s best nightspot at the 2014 AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards, organised by AsiaOne, Singapore’s leading news portal. Clarke Quay was awarded the 2015 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor and identified by TripAdvisor as one of 50 iconic places to visit in Singapore, based on the travel website’s data on most-reviewed attraction and eateries.

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Media Contacts
Elene Foo (Ms)
Manager, Marketing Communications
Clarke Quay
Tel: +65 6557 7063
Email: elene.foo@capitaland.com

Aaron Goh (Mr)
Executive, Marketing Communications
Clarke Quay
Tel: +65 6557 7061
Email: aaron.goh@capitaland.com

Cristal Tan (Ms)
Executive, Marketing Communications
Clarke Quay
Tel: +65 6557 7052
Email: cristal.tan@capitaland.com

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