TIME OUT Where to go with your fam­ily this month.

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There is some­thing re­lax­ing about eat­ing amid lushƉ­green­ery –

even your ac­tive kids are likely to be­come calmer. Skyve Wine Bistro, for in­stance, brings the gar­den in­doors with land­scaped walls and plants hang­ing from its high ceil­ing.

On the menu, you’ll find dishes with a myr­iad of in­flu­ences, from French to Ja­panese, Ko­rean, Mex­i­can and even Sin­ga­porean. You can cus­tomise them, too – choose mee kia in­stead of lin­guine to go with the Kalbi Beef Brisket ($20) or Seafood Mari­nara ($20). Gluten-free pasta (ad­di­tional $3) is avail­able here, too.

Your lit­tle ones will also en­joy the Pork Cheek Burger ($25), served with truf­fle fries and kim­chi, as well as But­ter­milk Fried Chicken ($20) with brioche and salted maple syrup. Visit www.skyve.sg.

Take your chil­dren to see a vam­pire this Hal­loween

– a vam­pire fish, that is. It’s one of the four un­usual-look­ing new species that have joined the aquar­ium, along with the bump­head par­rot­fish, ele­phant fish and pad­dle­fish.

At its an­nual Spooky Seas event, your lit­tle ones can join the scav­enger hunts to learn about dif­fer­ent ma­rine spec­i­fies and learn to mimic their be­hav­iour at in­ter­ac­tive sta­tions. It runs un­til Oct 28 and Sin­ga­pore res­i­dents en­joy dis­counts on bun­dled pack­ages. Visit www. rwsen­tosa.com/seaa.

Meet­ing your mummy friends?

Head to An­toinette for yummy eats from its new menu, like dou­ble prawn lin­guine ($26) and wagyu beef tagli­atelle ($26). Then, share one of its five new cou­ture cakes, which are in­spired by fash­ion icons (from $9 per slice).

Pair your meal with one of its five new drinks – Huat Ah! ($18) is a re­fresh­ing mix of earl grey tea, pan­dan juice, pineap­ple and ly­chee puree, fresh pineap­ple and vodka in an eye-catch­ing pineap­ple­shaped con­tainer.

The full menu of new savoury dishes is avail­able at its Pen­has Road out­let, while the Man­darin Gallery branch car­ries se­lected items. Visit www.an­toinette.com.sg

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