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    The 4 Best Dog Friendly Cafes In Singapore

    This one is for our furrent readers out there.

    We love our furbabies and there’s nothing we can’t do for them. We only want the best for them and to give their cuddly selves the love and attention they deserve. Luckily for us, most establishments in Singapore are now open even for our babies! These days, we can bring our pets almost everywhere and let them experience all the sights and smells the world has to offer—from parks, beaches, malls and even cafes!

    Dog cafes and even dog-friendly cafes are on the rise lately. They have become common in most neighbourhoods in Singapore. If you’re looking for a great place to enjoy your morning coffee and kaya toast with your dog, chances are you can find one near you!

    In this article, we will list down four of the best dog friendly cafes in Singapore that will be perfect for you and your friend!


    The 4 Best Dog Friendly Cafes In Singapore

    Wooftopia Pet Café

    Location: 200 Turf Club Rd, #01-29, Singapore 287994

    Operating hours: Monday from 12pm to 8pm, Wednesday to Friday from 12pm – 9pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 9pm. The cafe is closed on Tuesdays.

    Wooftopia is exactly what a dog eutopia on earth would look like: A pet-friendly menu where you can craft your baby’s very own dish for an affordable price, a spacious and clean environment for you and your dog to socialise, plus friendly and accomodating staff!

    As mentioned, the pet menu allows you to make a dish that fits your pet’s preference. You are allowed to choose two from the four available meat choices (chicken, pork, beef, and salmon), a side (broccoli, carrots, eggs, pumpkin sauce or fruits), a glaze (coconut oil or pure honey) and sprinkles (thyme, coriander, basil or rosemary).

    Their “people” menu is also great—a standard bistro menu of burgers and pasta—and plenty of delicious options for you. They have a huge array of drinks to choose from too! If you are in the mood for some coffee, tea, milkshakes or bubble teas, Wooftopia has them all.


    The cafe’s colourful photo spot and beautiful pink velvet chairs make for a wonderful doggy #ootd photo opportunity.

    I.N.U. Cafe and Boutique

    Location: 530 Balestier Rd, #01-06/07 Monville Mansions, Singapore 329857

    Operating hours: Daily, 12pm to 10pm

    The I.N.U Cafe and Boutique is a good place to bring your dog to socialise with other dogs. This place is obviously a crowd favourite so your baby will surely have a good time playing with other furiends! In fact, they are often at full capacity that you have to book a reservation to save you and your furbaby seats.

    The cafe serves primarily Chinese cuisine. For your dog, they have great options too! From steaks to ice cream, your baby will surely love your time at this cafe.


    Need more reason to drop by? They sell some dog-care products too! You can take home the cafe’s top-notch service with you through their huge array of nutritional food, shampoos, treats and more at their cosy pet store.

    TWO X FOUR Dog Cafe

    Location: 2 Pandan Valley, #01-210 ACACIA COURT, Singapore 597626

    Operating hours: Monday from 12pm to 9pm, Thursday from 12pm to 7pm, Friday to Sunday from 11am to 9pm. This cafe is closed on Wednesdays and Tuesdays.

    Some of us don’t have dogs and just enjoy the company of dogs. Well, TWO X FOUR welcome those people! Most dog owners frequenting this cafe are friendly enough to let you play with their pet. 

    In terms of aesthetics, the cafe has a pleasant two-level seating structure, with bar seating on the top floor and regular cafe seating on the first. Its space is slightly smaller than Wooftopia or Menage’s, so larger furry friends may have difficulty getting around. The modest photo spot on the second floor, where your dog can “grow” wings, is undoubtedly the cafe’s highlight.


    The café specialises in western cuisine and offers a diverse selection of alcohol at a reasonable price. They also serve food and treats for dogs to keep your furry baby occupied. The cafe also sells toys and accessories in addition to food. There are also resident doggos in the restaurant, so you may still play with dogs on slow days (which are rare in this cafe).

    Sun Ray Cafe

    Location: 79 and 81 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens Estate, Singapore 559218

    Operating hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30am to 10pm, Public Holidays from 9:30am to 10pm. This cafe is closed on Mondays.

    Sun Ray Café is a dog-friendly restaurant where you may dine with your pets. This cafe serves delicious cuisine and beverages and is a nice spot to unwind.

    They also sell treats for your pet, allowing you to have the wonderful experience of eating with your dog. This dog cafe’s prices are also reasonable!

    The café has become well-known throughout Singapore, having been recognised as a multi-award winning dog cafe. One of the best things about this cafe is that you may try all of their many dishes and be pleasantly surprised by the food’s quality and delectability.

    Sun Ray is known for their passion for cuisine and service, treating each client with the utmost respect and caring for their beloved furiends! Most of their customers praise them for this, and you’ll be astonished at how fantastic their shop is.

    Now that you’ve seen our picks, it’s your turn to tell us which dog-friendly cafe you like the most! Which place offers the best service and food, and which one offers the coolest dog-friendly space? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

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    Annie Goh

    Annie Goh was born and raised in Singapore, and grew up on a steady diet of hawker food, fine dining, and everything in between thanks to her parent's passion for food and adventure. After spending the early part of her career travelling the world, Annie how now come home to share her love of Singapore with the world.

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