With kids in school, my wife and I found time to have an early valentine’s day lunch at Indochine, Gardens by the Bay. There’s a minimum spending of $80 per pax but I wonder how the restaurant will enforce this.
To celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday, there are a huge number of activities organised throughout the island. For one, the RSAF Black Knights will be performing for 3 consecutive days during noon from 7 to 9 August. In order to endure the wait and expecting the crowd, I decided to bring my kids to have some fun at the Gardens by the Bay. It should be possible to see the planes from there and not need to brave the hot sun at the fully exposed Barrage.
Unfortunately, it started to rain just before noon but the planes flew anyway. I didn’t manage to get a nice photo though.
This is my first time to Tree house cafe and the first thing my kids notice is the nice playground in the cafe. The food is fine, but I guess the playground is the key thing to them. Like all family ‘friendly’ restaurants, the good thing about having an in-house playground is that the adults can have their meal in peace.