Looking for a kids-friendly restaurant in Hong Kong that can make the kids enjoy the food and atmosphere might be a little extra effort. That is why, we are here to ease you! Here are our top-picks for kids-friendly restaurants in the “+852 area” that your family should have a visit! (Don’t worry, they are all equipped with play area, changing room and pram accessibility)
- The pawn
(Location: Wan Chai) The wooden-style furniture inside The Pawn creates a really cozy and family-friendly ambience for the kids. Do not forget, they just recently put a little magic in creating the kid’s corner area! In this way, both you and your little ones could enjoy their Western-style delicacies while playing in the playground (with a kid’s menu too!). Kids up to 12 years old will eat for free for the brunch kid’s menu (one child per adult, additional children will be charged HKD248 per head). A restaurant located in the most iconic landmarks and part of the historical building back in years ago? Absolutely a GO!
(Location: Evrywhere!) If you are looking for a place that provide kid’s brunch menu for the whole week, Classified is a good place! It offers your little future change-makers both kid’s breakfast and all-day menus in a modern-comfort food style. A good plus from them is the location. It is spread across Hong Kong from Kwun Tong, Sheung Wan, Central, Stanley, Sai Kung, Tai Hang, Happy Valley, Repulse Bay and Sai Ying Pun! All the locations have an enchanting atmosphere that would make your kids stay and enjoy their meals. What are you waiting for?
(Location: Causeway Bay, Central, Wan Chai, Quarry Bay)
If you are a fan of classic European food, or simply just want to taste it.. Frites is a fantastic place to visit! Plus, they have their own “Beer Bible” menu with a list of all drinks that you can and can’t think of. Apart from that, they sparkled magic tricks and created a Frites Cafe, the same concept of Frites but dedicated to the kids because it has kid’s menu and.. a mini pop up cafe where your little ones could explore their imagination by doing a role play as customers, barista or dishwasher! Classic European food, while sipping a nice drink and watching the kids grow up? Super magical.
(Location: Tsim Sha Tsui)
Let’s get back to the basic Chinese cuisine, which goes to.. Hutong! This gem is reviewed as one of the most authentic Chinese delicacies in Hong Kong. The name Hutong itself means old small alley streets that you could find in Beijing. Consistent with the name, they swirl their magic wand to the interior design and voila! The Chinese-style wooden doorway, red lanterns and a wishing tree that welcome your family will give a clear picture about the real Hutong atmosphere. And don’t forget the marvelous skyline view of Hong Kong. They are famous with their “Feng Wei” brunch menu which offers you great dim sum and other authentic Chinese dishes from 12:00-15:00. Even though they have no kid’s menu, youngsters under 12 years old could eat free there! They also have various interesting live performances, including Chinese Rainbow Calligraphy, Monkey Puppet show, Yin-Yang Kung Fu Tea Pouring, Dim Sum Workshop and many more to learn the Chinese tradition, which we consider able to entertain your kids! Authentic Chinese restaurant with a breath-taking view of Hong Kong? It’s like a dream.
(location: taikoo place and admiralty)
Who could resist a delicious Japanese delicacy? Because Shiro is reviewed to be a gem that could serve a fantastic Japanese food for your kids, after yours. They have varieties of bento, sushi, tempura sets and desserts as well, starting from HKD188 (with additional service charge of 10%). Not only that, they have “Origami Shiro Junior” menu! Yes, they will create your kid’s meals into an origami-shaped art. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s explore the kid’s imagination through the chef’s origami menu!
The last but not the least!
Obviously the most kid friendly food is served in our lunchboxes at school every day! For more information visit ou website: www.thenewluncher.hk
Janice is the one in charge to take care of our lunchers and their parents over the phone or by email. She also has the best tips for Hong Kong parents!