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Restaurants in Singapore Zoo

Singapore zoo dining consists of various authentic and fast-food restaurants making you eat the tastiest food in the country. The food options are vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and even vegan. You can either choose to have a full breakfast buffet or chill with some snacks and hot coffee. People usually plan their whole day and come to eat breakfast at these restaurants. Later, they grab some snacks before leaving the place. A variety of cuisines such as Singaporean, Korean, Western, and Italian. You can try some snacks like sandwiches, burgers, fries, and the tastiest ice creams.

All of the restaurants have chill and fun vibes for you and your loved ones to relax and eat. It is a hug for a popular place that possesses two outlets, one is at the entrance of the zoo and one is inside. Chomel Bistro is a popular restaurant that offers Singaporean and Korean food. Chawang Bistro specializes in different kinds of pasta while New Zealand Natural offers the coolest and the tastiest ice-creams. Ah Meng Restaurant and Ah Meng Bistro are the other two restaurants offering affordable non-veg meals and a variety of snacks. All the restaurants at the venue follow Covid-related guidelines including social distancing, mask, and sanitization.

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KFC
KFC - Most People’s Choice QSR

All-time favorite, the infamous KFC- The finger-licking good sensation is just outside the Singapore Zoo's entrance. To round up their day, people typically get KFC buckets, fries, boneless chicken, chicken strips, burgers, and cold drinks. It is open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Friday, and from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.

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Inuka Cafe

Located in the food court at the entrance of Singapore Zoo, this restaurant delivers the most refreshing drinks and is named after "Polar Bear. This Singapore zoo dining serves hot drinks, beers, toasts, and desserts as well as healthy meals such as boiled eggs, apples, and sweet potatoes by the humblest staff which opens daily from 08:00 AM. to 06:00 PM.

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Chomel Bistro

This is a real Singaporean restaurant as it serves delicious Singaporean foods including nasi lemak, laksa, fried bee hoon, and so on. This Singapore zoo dining, located in front of the Singapore Zoo's entrance, also provides Korean cuisine, such as chicken kimchi ramen and is open daily from 10:00 AM. to 06:00 PM.

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Chawang Bistro

Located in Singapore zoo, this restaurant is popular for serving the yummiest Salmon Penne Pasta in just 7 minutes! Other things include hot dogs, pasta, cakes, soups, and gourmet coffee. This restaurant provides vegetarian and non-vegetarian options that are Italian, and Western cuisines. Few options for vegan meals are also available in this restaurant. The opening hours of the place is 11:00AM to 6:00PM.

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New Zealand Natural

New Zealand Natural is a global franchise ice-cream restaurant that offers premium frozen yogurt and yummiest ice-creams in different variants. These include the options of fat-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, and vegan ice creams. These ice creams are made using 97% fat-free frozen yogurts and fresh fruits. Besides the ice cream, this Singapore zoo dining offers you to try fresh fruit juices. It is open every day from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM.

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Ah Meng Restaurant

A casual and affordable restaurant for kids, this place is suitable for group visits. Popular meals include Haksa, tandoori chicken biryani, Taiwanese chicken cutlet, dim sum, chicken rice, BBQ half spring chicken, and many more such delicious items to choose from. This Singapore zoo dining room is open from 10:30 AM to 04:00 PM from Monday to Friday and from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM on weekends and public holidays.

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Ah Meng Bistro

Ah Meng Bistro is an outdoor seating Singapore zoo dining serving snacks like sandwiches and desserts. Besides the delightful snacks, it serves tea of the healthiest specialty promoting good health and wellness. You can have either breakfast or lunch at this place as it is open from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM from Monday to Friday and 10:30 AM to 05:30 PM on weekends and public holidays.

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KFC (Rainforest Kidzworld)

Due to the immense popularity of KFC, there are two outlets of KFC in this place. One is at the entrance of the Singapore zoo and another one is inside the Rainforest Kidzworld. This is the one where kids and their parents are frequently seen to be having rice bowls, chicken, burgers, and fries. This place is open from 10:30 AM to 05:30 PM Monday to Friday and from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM on weekends and public holidays.

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FAQ's of Singapore Zoo

What are the types of shows to enjoy at Singapore Zoo?

The most popular shows at Singapore Zoo include the splash safari, which is owned by a sea lion, the animal friend show, which features domestic pets, and Rainforest Fights Back with the scariest species like snakes. These wonderful events are generally held at the Shaw Foundation Amphitheater twice a day, in the mornings and nights keeping you entertained for about 15-20 minutes.

What kinds of Cuisines to enjoy at Singapore Zoo?

At Singapore zoo dining, different cuisines such as Singaporean, Korean, Italian, and Western are available with a dozen of American and other snacks.

What are the different types of zones at Singapore Zoo?

There are different animal and zones at Singapore Zoo including Orangutan Island, Treetops Trail, Reptile Garden, RepTopia, Fragile Forest Biodome, Primate Kingdom, Tortoise Shell-ter, Australasia, Wild Africa, Elephants of Asia, The Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia, and Rainforest Kidzworld.

What is the difference between Singapore Zoo and Night Safari?

The Singapore Zoo only operates during the day while the night safari park’s gates open at 07:00 PM in the night. These are two different parks that are neighboring each other, the Singapore zoo experience is all about sunshine and daylight while the Night Safari takes you on a tour of nocturnal animals.

What are the other things to do at Mandai Wildlife Reserve?

1. Enjoy the Night at Night Safari: Visit the world’s first nighttime zoo, the Night Safari- a home to nocturnal creatures. You will be able to witness a Fishing cat trail, leopard tail, monstrous squirrels, and Malayan flying fox lurking through the darkness in moonshine.

2. Catch the Fun with Splash at River Wonders: The river wonders, formerly known as river wonders encompasses a zoo and an aquarium located beside the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. This place is set up as a tropical rainforest possessing the most magnificent aquatic animals. This place is home to catfishes, alligators, and anacondas.

3. Witness the Exquisite Birds at Jurong Bird Park: You can check out this aviary for catching sight of 3500 birds belonging to 400+ different species. This place protects the endangered species and makes you say hello to enchanting hornbills, playful parrots, eagles, Bali mynah, and 4 different species of penguins!

Can I bring food to the Singapore Zoo?

Yes, you may bring your food to the picnic sites in the Singapore zoo. Aside from the presence of cafes on-site, the zoo acknowledges the need for bringing the food and hence authorizes it.

How long does it take to complete a visit to the park?

Minimum 4 hours are required to extensively explore the zoo. If you want to experience everything and say hello to most animals, it will take one whole day.

Can I bring my own stroller or wheelchair into the park?

You are welcome to bring your wheelchair or stroller to the Singapore Zoo. However, you can get access to these for free at the main entrance. If you plan to take the tram, fold the wheelchair and stroller before boarding.

What should I wear to Singapore Zoo?

You can visit the zoo wearing light and comfortable clothing that keeps the heat away. You should wear comfy shoes as you'll be walking around the zoo.

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