Introducing the Swensen’s Space Adventure Kid’s Meal

Swensen’s is the name that all of us are familiar with. It is also one of the first few restaurants that I patronized when I came to Singapore 13 years ago. Whenever I hear of Swensen’s now, their trademark tiffany lamps, a relaxing meal and yummy ice-cream sundae immediately come into my mind.

Now that I’m a mother, I like to bring my family for a nice meal at Swensen’s too. Little Edison is a big fan of their kid’s meal, and he has joined the Swensen’s Kid’s Club for more than two years now. Every month, he gets a free Kids’ Club Sundae whenever he orders a kid’s meal.

Recently, we were invited to try out their latest Space Adventure Kid’s Meal. Our boy is truly excited.

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The meal includes a choice of 7 main courses, corn cup, choice of soft drink, apple or orange juice, and an exclusive Take-Home Spaceship at $9.50. You can top-up $1.50 to upgrade the drink to Qoo Fuji Apple or White Grape. You can also top-up $2.90 for a Kid’s Sundae.

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We tried the Chop-Chop Chicken Macaroni and Fishy Chippy. The breaded fish fillet is fried to perfection served with Smiley-Face potatoes and corn cup. The macaroni is tosses in sweet tomato sauce with chopped chicken strips and yummy roasted parmesan cheese.

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Swensen’s Space Adventure Kid’s Meal makes a healthy and delicious meal even the pickiest eater will like!

Visit their restaurant or website for more details.

Sakae Sushi, Marina Square

When I’m dining out with my family, I want a restaurant that has a welcoming atmosphere, food that everyone will enjoy, a healthy kid’s menu, special cutleries and high chairs for young children. I also prefer a restaurant that is not too packed as our boy loves to tour around whenever he is bored.

Fortunately, it’s not difficult to find such a family-friendly restaurant in Singapore. What’s more, there are even kids eat free deals available. Some restaurants even have entertainment corners for children.

Last weekend, we went to Sakae Sushi at Marina Square. After playing for almost an hour at the indoor playground (second floor, right outside Kiddy Palace), Little Edison was hungry and I thought it’s the best time to bring him for some healthy Japanese food.

This is the first time we visited the Marina Square outlet. We were delighted with the Japanese-styled cross table where we can either sit cross-legged or extend our legs out to the space below the table. There is a sturdy booster seat for young children too.

We ordered two adults meals and a mini udon with tempura kid’s meal for Little Edison. He wasn’t very impressed though. He ate half a bowl and left the remaining half for me. Luckily, the sushi on the conveyor belt attracts him. As he was seated just next to the conveyor belt, he can reach for the sushi that he likes very conveniently.

This is the mini udon with tempura kid’s meal for Little Edison. Excluding the Wasabi, that’s for sure.

Overall, the food is okay and the service is very prompt and attentive. I only wish that they have more varieties for kid’s meal. I give it a 3/5.

What about you? Do you like Sakae Sushi?