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The Best Restaurants in Hong Kong for Kids

Eating out in Hong Kong shouldn’t be difficult as most restaurants are family-friendly and offer impeccable service. There’s plenty of menu choice from traditional vegetarian dishes to familiar western fare- here’s our list of the Best Restaurants in Hong Kong for Kids!

Eating out in Hong Kong shouldn’t be difficult as most restaurants are family-friendly and offer impeccable service. There’s plenty of menu choice from traditional vegetarian dishes to familiar western fare- here’s a list of our favourite restaurants in Hong Kong for Kids.

#1. Charlie Brown Café

Not just for Snoopy fans! Your kids will love Charlie Brown Café, a themed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui, decorated with the bright Snoopy and Woodstock characters. The theme extends to the cute desserts such as the strawberry mousse shaped like Lucy’s head and the tiramisu has a picture of Charlie Brown.

#2. 3/3rds

Situated in an industrial building in Wong Chuk Hang, family-friendly café 3/3rds is the perfect place to stop for a quick bite. They serve locally-sourced, organic soups (that you can sample before you make your choice), interesting salads and every kids favourite food, oven-baked pizzas. Recommendations include the sweet and savoury Parma ham pizza and the divine Valrhona chocolate and hazelnut brownie.

#3. Chi Lin Vegetarian

Wow! A restaurant under a waterfall! You will find Chi Lin Vegetarian in the beautiful Nan Lian Gardens and it’s always packed with locals so you know it’s good! The large menu is bursting with delicious vegetarian choices and the restaurant is push-chair friendly & supplies high-chairs for the little ones. A seat near the window will have the kids enthralled with the waterfall!

#4. Rosie Jean’s CaféEating out in Hong Kong shouldn’t be difficult as most restaurants are family-friendly and offer impeccable service. There’s plenty of menu choice from traditional vegetarian dishes to familiar western fare- here’s a list of our favourite places to eat in Hong Kong with Kids!

Rosie Jean’s Café is a great little find! Wonderful friendly service, a large outdoor seating area and they have a kids playground attached! There’s a huge array of toys to keep the little ones occupied & everyone will love the menu! We recommend the perfectly fluffy omelette and sweet treats!

#5. Super Views at Café Deco

Café Deco at the Peak is famous for its amazing views of Hong Kong and its delightful ‘East-meets-West’ menu that includes Italian, American and Nepalese fare. There’s also a fantastic beer and wine list but it’s not just a place for mum and dad! There’s a fab kids play area with lots of toys and activities and a spotless baby changing area.

Looking for fun free things to do in Hong Kong? Check out our Top 10 Free Things to do in Hong Kong with Kids.

#6. Zuma

Zuma is a very cool restaurant in The Landmark that serves good quality sashimi, skewers and Japanese dishes. Kids under 10 eat for free and have the option of letting off steam in a separate soft play area. We recommend the scallops and the gorgeous green tea banana cake with coconut ice cream and peanut toffee sauce. Yum!

#7. Bookworm CaféEating out in Hong Kong shouldn’t be difficult as most restaurants are family-friendly and offer impeccable service. There’s plenty of menu choice from traditional vegetarian dishes to familiar western fare- here’s a list of our favourite places to eat in Hong Kong with Kids!

The Bookworm Café is located on Lamma Island away from the hustle and bustle. Its the perfect place to relax with a great atmosphere and a lovely outdoor eating area. Stroll down to Hung Shing Yeh beach afterwards and make a day of it!

 

 

Are these the best restaurants in Hong Kong for kids? We’d love to hear your suggestions, so please let us know below.

If you’re travelling with kids to other city destinations, check out Free Things to do in Sydney or Free Things to do in Brisbane.

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