Little Steps has completed a roundup of all your kid’s favorite menus across Hong Kong. Whether it’s Disney-themed afternoon tea served at the palace-style Disney Hotel, a secretive speakeasy with umbrella-hidden doors, or legendary Chinese feasts, there is something for every child’s tastebuds. Start a weekend routine and start tripping around Hong Kong with your favorite little people, and explore some of the recommended menus.
If your fam loves camping, then Little Steps recommends that you head to Campsite without delay! The cool restaurant is inspired by rustic camp cooking; feast-on-nature is Campsite's motto, a tribute to the magnificence of Mother Nature. The chefs are dedicated to creating dishes cooked with fresh and sustainable ingredients in a glamping-style environment. The modern interiors emit a calming ‘camping’ energy, including their camping-inspired menus such as tasty favorites like the cheesy Dutch oven potatoes, campfire wagyu steak, or the prime tenderloin burger, camping mac n’ cheese, and classic sweet corn soup. Finish off with campfire s'mores, banana boats, or vanilla garden waffles. Walk off your lunch calories along the Quarry Bay promenade.
Campsite, Shop 5, G/F, K11 Atelier, 728 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, www.campsite.com.hk
Foxglove is a fun and contemporary speakeasy-inspired restaurant and bar concealed behind an umbrella shop selling handmade Fox Umbrellas from England. The umbrellas are presented in beautiful brass-edged cabinets that provide a smokescreen for their fictional character Frank Minza, a death-defying English adventurer with a taste for rare spirits and bold cuisine. Kids love the sense of mystery! Enjoy the a la carte dim sum menu, which includes some kid-friendly choices such as the cheeseburger spring roll, deep-fried prawn wontons, and bbq pork cheung fun. They'll love the desserts and deep-fried Nutella balls, three little birdies pineapple cake with ice cream, and their famed sponge cake with chocolate and condensed milk. Toe-tapping tunes include Baleàric, boogie, and Bossa Nova from Foxglove's resident and visiting DJs.
Madame Fù’s is legendary in Hong Kong, and every child should dine there at least once! It's a beautiful contemporary Chinese restaurant located in the Tai Kwun heritage compound, offering a range of delicious signature dishes such as Chinese dim sum, truffle chicken, soups, desserts, and more. Innovative menus include Guangzhou classics with kids' favorites like Madame Fù's golden pork belly with mustard and Sichuan chili chicken. Madame Fù's brunch features a range of Chinese classics with unlimited Peking duck and freshly made dim sum, including crystal shrimp dumplings, seafood and honey pea dumpling, and char siu bao. There are also all-time favorites for your main course, such as Sichuan wok-fried shrimps and firecracker chicken. Two different menus cater to gluten-free and vegan diners. Finish up with an indulgently scrummy ice cream sundae.
Madame Fu, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2114 2118, www.madamefu.com.hk
All kids love to have a splash around, so why not book a day pass from the Grand Hyatt’s Plateau Spa in advance and spend the day at the hotel playing in and out of the pool and then having a lazy weekend brunch? The alfresco restaurant offers a smorgasbord of refreshing salads, grilled premium quality meat and seafood, and mouth-watering desserts every weekend. The Grill is set amidst the lush gardens surrounding the pool of the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Island and faces the world-famous Victoria Harbour. Chill out to the summery tunes from the DJ.
The Grill, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, +852 2588 1234, 1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong, https://www.hongkong.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/restaurants-and-bars/the-grill/
For special treats, Little Steps thinks that Hutong is worth getting the kids dressed up in their finery for a night out! The restaurant takes its inspiration from the Sichuan and Shandong provinces. The interiors are really fun and centered around old hutongs, or alleyways of old China with elegantly carved stone archways and wooden screens, antique metal-studded old-wood doors, billowing rich silk curtains, and time-worn rickshaws. The comprehensive dinner menu includes kids' favorites such as hand-shredded chicken, mushrooms, and wok-fried noodles, aromatic beef ribs braised in lotus leaf, and flaming Peking duck served with cucumber, scallion, duck sauce, and Chinese pancakes. Remember to leave room for dessert!
Hutong, 18/F, H Center, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 3428 8342, https://hutong.com.hk/
At Little Mario's, the pizza dough is made fresh throughout the day using only the freshest and finest ingredients, with no additives, artificial flavors, or preservatives. Beyond the Margheritas and Hawaiian pizzas, intriguing toppings include Italian sausage and chicken tikka. But there's more to the menu than pizza at Mario's. Other items include plenty of crowd-pleasers: spaghetti bolognaise, chicken wings for the kids, parma ham and caesar salads for the adults, and even some favorite Indian dishes, including butter chicken and chana masala. Little Steps knows that your kids will love the Little Marios bomba all-day breakfast pizza – there is nothing little about this feast!
Little Mario's Kwun Tong, various restaurants across the city, https://www.littlemarios.hk/
If you are an island-lover, then you'll appreciate Limewood. Award-winning chefs cleverly mix fayre from Hawaii, South America, the Caribbean, and South-East Asia centered around barbecued seafood and cured meats. The kid's menu bursts with some all-time favorites, including their grilled chicken burger and fries, shredded chicken quesadilla with gooey mozzarella, tomato, and sour cream, or chicken skewers with coconut rice. Kids can choose their own mix of ice cream served in a sprinkles-covered chocolate-dipped cone! The crispy churros with cinnamon sugar are equally as popular. Limewood has fun events each week, such as Taco Tuesday and Steak Night Thursday. Situated in Repulse Bay, you've got some gorgeous views too! After dining, wander around the mall, pop to the playground, or run off some energy on the beach. Kids under 10 dine free Monday to Wednesday.
Limewood, The Pulse, Shop 103 and 04, G/F, 28 Beach Rd, Repulse Bay, +852 2866 8668, www.limewood.hk.
Oola is all about easy-going food and drinks, all day. The distinct Mediterranean vibe is perfect for a quick lunch, or long, lazy weekend breakfasts with the kids. Their dishes include healthy choices, super-sized burgers, and fusion dishes, all lovingly prepared. There's a great kid's menu for those under 12, including a yummy breakfast pizza with scrambled egg, sausage, bacon, tomato, mushroom, and potato. Another firm favorite is the cheese quesadilla loaded with chicken and served with avocado smash. Oolaa has its own version of baked mac n cheese, a creamy mixed cheese sauce with macaroni pasta. Parents can enjoy the fine wine corner while kids choose their favorite flavored milkshakes and smoothies. The restaurant is located in Capri Residential District, on TKO's peaceful waterfront promenade.
Oolaa TKO, Shop G16, G/F, Capri Place, 33 Tong Yin Street, https://www.oolaagroup.com/restaurants/oolaa-tseung-kwan-o
Kids will love train-obsessed Genki Sushi. You will have a restaurant nearby; it has more than 65 stores across Hong Kong. They are the first sushi chain to adopt a fully automated three-tier Kousoku express delivery system. Scan the restaurant's barcode, select the dishes from the menu, and your food is delivered straight to your table by a brightly colored express train. Choo-choo! Kids love waiting for the trains to arrive! The food is always fresh. Choose from sushi, sashimi, gunkan, rolls, appetizers, light snacks, or delicious hot food. Little Steps loves the salmon with avocado sushi, California or soft shell crab with avocado roll, or you can choose one of their set menus.
Genki Sushi, over 65 stores across the city, https://www.genkisushi.com.hk/
Which kid doesn't love a bit of Disney magic? Take a leisurely afternoon to Hong Kong Disneyland and the eponymous palace-inspired hotel to Walt's Café and indulge in a Disney-themed afternoon tea. The vintage seaside resort has a garden maze shaped just like cartoon icon Mickey Mouse and an expansive swimming pool to splash around in. The café is open all day from breakfast through to dinner. A Little Steps favorite is their Disney afternoon tea with freshly baked Mickey scones with Devonshire clotted cream and homemade jam, caviar with crab meat pickled onion tart, beef skewer with potato and garlic, parma ham and cream cheese on dark bread sandwiches finished up with assorted desserts including white almonds, green apple, and red raspberry character cookies. Kids enjoy freshly squeezed juice while moms and dads sip a sweet and sour prosecco cocktail.
Walt's Café, Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 3510 6000, https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/hotels/hong-kong-disneyland-hotel/
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