Level 2, 54A Boat Quay, 049843
Desserts, Western
+65 65365319

Mon: 11:00 - 22:00

Wed - Fri: 11:00 - 22:00

Sat, Sun & PH: 10:00 - 22:00

Closed: Tue

Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa is Singapore's first cat cafe. Enjoy the therapeutic environment where you pay a time-based fee to watch and play with the residing cats while you have your drink and desserts.

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Latest Review for Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa

Overall RatingBased on 7 reviews
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Well-Treated and Beautiful Cats

Food/Drink N/A | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Reviews: 14

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A $12 cover charge for the first hour, followed by $5 for subsequent half hours. No requirements on mandatory drink/ dessert purchases which were available at the premises. Before heading inside, we were advised to remove our shoes and sanitise our hands. We were also given a pamphlet that guided us to some of the rules, such as not waking up a sleeping cat or disturbing it having its meals. Flipping the page were short introductions about each cat! A great place to simply chill and have a chat around the cats rather than ordering a beer at the bars downstairs......

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Easier to see wild animals in safari than this place

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 1 | Service 1
Total Review: 1

This place was a big letdown from the unfriendly almost snobbish staff to the never ending rules. the staff make you feel as though you are visiting premier animals! honestly I have been in cages with wild lions and we were allowed more interaction to speak normally and pet the lions compared to this place! I'd rather go to a petting farm than visit this wanna be place! 

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Kitty heaven at Singapore's first cat cafe

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 74

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Singapore's first cat cafe has been much talked about. A common concept in Japan, with similar ventures popping up all across the globe. For those unfamiliar with the concept, the idea is that aside from the usual drinking and eating you get to hang out with, stroke, cuddle and even groom the cats. Is it as cool as it sounds? Having visited, we can safely say.....yes!

Now I myself am not the biggest cat fan, being more of a dog person, however there is just something so beautifully enchanting, entertaining, relaxing and down right cute about enjoying your tea and cake surrounded by posing, playing, placid and mischievous - because you'll find them all at Neko No Niwa!

After visiting several cat cafes in Japan, owners Sam and Sue wanted to bring the same experience to Singapore. They are firm proponents of cat therapy and the indescribable joy and relaxation that it comes with. Something we're now also full believers in having experienced it first hand. There's truly something truly calming about soaking up that cat karma. However, don't expect pedigree cats like those in the cafes in Japan - here it's all about rescue cats, those that were once homeless and abandoned. Even more reason to give them a cuddle we say!

So how does it actually work at the cat cafe? On entering (and we strongly advise making reservations because this place is taking off and getting BUSY!), you take off your shoes, wash your hands so you're nice and clean just like a kitty, and flick through the Cat Cafe Handbook where you can brush up on cat rules (you know, things like don't wake a sleeping cat, no pulling of a cat's tail etc.) and get to know a bit about each of the cats that call the cafe home; after which you're free to chill with and caress the cats while sipping and munching on whatever you order.

Although the main event here is really the cats, in terms of food and drink you can expect cakes, muffins, ice cream sandwiches and tarts alongside teas and coffees at very reasonable prices with drinks from $2.50 and and munchies from $2. All that plus a cuddle with a cat at only $12 for an hour (and $5 for subsequent half hour) make for a purrrrfect outing and probably our favourite so far this year!


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