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Incredible Asian food, a cafe-style environment and dogs – lots and lots of dogs – unite at Singapore’s Paw Pet-radise Cafe on Balestier Road. Truly a paradise for pet-lovers, this Balestier cafe invites you to bring along your pup for an unforgettable meal together, with plenty of choices for both dog and owner. And if you love dogs but don’t have your own, swing by to play with the Paw Pet-radise Cafe’s three resident pooches!
Nice restaurant and atmosphere. Really enjoyed with my family. Will recommend
we enjoy the foods there. dogs have fun there too quite spacious
Feels like microwaved food. Didn’t enjoy the meal there. Will not go again.
Singapore’s dog lovers know that Paw Pet-radise is the place to go when looking to enjoy a fantastic meal with your furry friend. Located at Monville Mansion on Balestier Road, this pet-friendly cafe offers an area for your dog to roam around and mingle with other dogs. Featuring plenty of room for your pets to get active, this Balestier cafe provides a creative space where pet owners can relax and eat knowing that their furkid is having fun, too!
The menu at Paw Pet-radise features numerous international options in addition to premium coffee beverages and Asian dishes. Human diners are welcome to choose from tasty menu items like spicy kimchi tofu stew, teriyaki chicken bento, salted egg calamari, cheese fries, beef bibimbap, coconut ice cream and waffles. Best of all, pets get their very own menu featuring pan-fried beef and even bento boxes! And the cafe is stylish, too, so you’ll find any excuse to spend time with your dog here. Paw Pet-radise Cafe is known to fill up – be sure to reserve ahead when planning to dine at this pooch paradise in Singapore’s Balestier.