We’ve brunched and dined our way around town from Kennedy Town to Kowloon to Central too – to bring you this roundup of Hong Kong’s best kid-friendly and baby-friendly restaurants where you can enjoy a great meal as a family. Whether it’s a kid’s menu, a play area, a highchair… whatever works best for you, we’ve got you covered!
Ready for BBQ, margaritas and island-inspired favorites from Hawaii, Cuba and Vietnam? From Maximal Group, the people behind Blue Butcher and Brickhouse, Limewood dishes out tempting grilled seafood and meats, along with lip-smacking margaritas right on the beach. Located at the kid-friendly hub on the southside - The Pulse - you can follow up a meal with a romp around the mall, play at the playground, or run around the beach. Kids Eat Free, Monday to Wednesday, for kids aged 10 and under (2 kid meals max per table).
Who it's great for? Families with kids of all ages.
What's in the area: The Pulse Shopping Mall, Maggie & Rose, the beach, the temple, and playgrounds.
Limewood, The Pulse, Shop 103&104, G/F, 28 Beach Rd, Repulse Bay, +852 2866 8668, www.limewood.hk.
Thinking of authentic Italian? Pici has gained the hearts of many for their handmade pastas and other Italian favorites. With their great combo sets for groups of four or more, it is an efficient way to try and taste almost all on their menu. With Pici opening its doors in Kennedy Town that is already family-friendly, it is a good addition to the existing vibe. Picci is in six locations across Hong Kong.
Who it's great for: Casual Italian with the kids.
What's in the area? Kennedy Town strolling, Seaview, tram station and loads of cafes
Pici Central, 24-26 Aberdeen St., Soho, Hong Kong. +852 2755 5233
Pici Wanchai, 16 St. Francis Yard, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2755 5523
Pici Kowloon, Shop G03, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok, +852 2557 7227
Pici Shatin, Shop 251 – Phase One, New Town Plaza, Shatin, +852 2776 6222
With splendid panoramas across Victoria Harbour, Hutong's popular Feng Wei brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays. Each month the restaurant offers activities such as Chinese fan painting, Chinese Rainbow Calligraphy and so much more. May events/activities are listed here. It's best for brunching families looking for top views, amazing Chinese cuisine, and entertainment. Kids under 12 eat free!
Who it's great for: Families looking to WOW guests and kids alike!
What's in the area? Head there and back on the Star Ferry - winning!
Hutong, 28/F, One Peking Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 3428 8342, www.hutong.com.hk
Everyone loves the Instagram-perfect views from the Peak, but if you are looking for an all-day outing, the patio at this historic stone cottage is hard to beat. The restaurant serves seafood platters to classic Asian dishes and traditional western meals, plus a list of comfort food for the kids – what more can you ask for? A meal here, plus a ride on the Peak Tram and a run-around in Mount Austin Playground, and you’ve got a great day out.
Who it's great for: Casual multi-cuisine dining with the kids.
What's in the area? Luggard road walk, panoramic views of Hong Kong, Peak Galleria mall, hiking trail to Pok Fu Lam, Madame Tussaud Museum and much more.
Peak Lookout, 121 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, +852 2849 1000, www.peaklookout.com.hk.
Located on the beachfront in Repulse Bay's The Pulse, families can enjoy authentic Italian delights, from artisan pizzas to eggplant parmigiana while enjoying the sounds of the sea. And, don't miss the tiramisu for dessert, all washed down with a negroni or limoncello infusions made with the freshest lemons direct from Amalfi. For those looking for a fabulous family-friendly dining spot right on the beach where kids can play in the sand or playground while you eat and sip, this is worth the visit! Dine and dance away into the night at their second branch located in the most happening part of Central, Wyndham street.
Who it's great for: Pizza and beach-loving families. Order in and eat at the restaurant or take a pizza to go to the beach with the kids.
What's in the area? The beach, The Pulse, temple play.
Amalfitana, G/F, Yu Yuet Lai Building, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2688 2001
Inspired by the British Indian Army mess hall, which dates back to the 1920s, Rajasthan Rifles brings back familiar dishes from that period. It has an unusual anglo-Indian charm that further accentuates the crew wearing an Indian army uniform. From Pav with Masala Scrambled Egg or Keema are some of the authentic colonial style delights, including the notorious Butter Chicken and the Prawn Vindaloo that are all served here. A kid-friendly, dog-friendly and alfresco restaurant, it is an ideal place for a family lunch, and you have the option to order a picnic basket to enjoy at the Peak.
Who it's great for: Casual Indian with the kids.
What's in the area? Great panoramic views of Hong Kong, walk around Luggard road and shopping options at The Peak Galleria
Did you know Yum Cha means Drink Tea in Cantonese? A super family-friendly restaurant, Yum Cha offers traditional and authentic Chinese dim sum with a twist to lure and excite kids to fall in love with dim sum all over again. Located conveniently across Hong Kong, including in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, Yum Cha is a perfect place for families to experience some culture while savoring in the delights.
Who it's great for: Casual dim sum with the kids.
What's in the area? Located across Hong Kong, plan your visit in advance.
Yum Cha, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3708 8081, www.yumchahk.com
Tsim Sha Tsui, 3/F, 20-22 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2751 1666.
Little Cove Espresso is a trendy, family-friendly restaurant in Sai Kung with refreshing new interiors and a laid-back feel. Located right amongst the seafood restaurants, it offers a welcoming break for vegetarians and all health-conscious people. Their menu is inspired by Mediterranean cuisine that includes breakfast, smoothie and lunch bowls. It is a little haven for families with kids on any day of the week.
Who it's great for: Casual comfort food with the kids.
What's in the area? Sai Kung village walk, dog-friendly cafes and much much more.
Little Cove Espresso, Siu Yat Building Block A, Shop 1+2, G/F, Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square, Sai Kung, +852 6397 0875, www.facebook.com/littlecoveespresso/
Yet another super kid-and family-friendly eatery across town, Shake Shack has stolen the hearts of many youngsters with its cool videos, alfresco dining, gorgeous views of the harbor and scrumptious bites. It is perfect for kids as it has room for fun and frolicking around while enjoying yummy fries and burgers. Apart from their original classic, Hong Kong exclusives, including Milk tea shake and Vanilla Custard egg tarts, are available now in six locations across Hong Kong.
Who it's great for: Casual fast-food with the kids.
What's in the area? The cinemas, the IFC mall and much more if you venture outside the mall.
Shake Shack, Level 4, IFC Mall, Central, +852 2522 5611; Pacific Place, Admiralty; Times Square, Causeway Bay; Elements Mall, TST; G Floor, Harbor City, 3 Canton Road, Kowloon; New Town Plaza, Sha Tin Center, Hong Kong.
The popular free-flow champagne brunch and Japanese feast at Zuma have been going strong for many years now. Make sure to bring the whole Brady Bunch with you, as kids under 4 (only 1 child per paying adult) eat free during Saturday and Sunday brunch! You’ll need to book either the first or second seating in advance and reserve by prepayment via their website or by phone.
Who it's great for: Awesome free-flow weekend brunching with large groups and out-of-town guests. Always a winner! There are semi-private rooms available for larger groups, but you must reserve in advance. Child-friendly - absolutely!
What's in the area? It's located smack in the middle of Central so you can do all your shopping in between eats.
Zuma, Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3657 6388, www.zumarestaurant.com/locations/hong-kong/
Filling a much-needed void in the Clearwater Bay area, St. Bart's is now a local favorite for families to brunch, for parents to enjoy a coffee and work or have a stylish date night. Set in the new development (Mount Pavillions) on Clearwater Bay Road, St. Bart's is an indoor/outdoor venue that is both adult and kid-friendly! The staff is amazing here - always playing and interacting with the kids over smoothies. More info here.
Who it's great for? Family brunches, dinners, and breakfasts (they open at 7am!).
What's in the area: Check out our Clearwater Bay Guide for families.
St. Bart's Clearwater Bay, Shop 1 on G/F Retail Block of Mount Pavilia 663 Clearwater Bay Road, Hong Kong, +852 2791 1189, email@example.com, www.casteloconcepts.com/our-venues/st.-barts-clear-water-bay
There’s a lot to love about Stanley – it’s a safe little haven to let the kiddos blow off steam, with a strip of restaurants commanding pretty views of the water. There's also Stanley Plaza's cozy cafes and go-to franchise restaurants, not to mention the cool pirate ship playground smack-dab in the middle of the spacious square! The top restaurants we love in the plaza are Classified and Beef & Liberty. Click here for the full list of top family-friendly restaurants in Stanley.
Who it's great for A fantastic place for quick meetups and playdates. It also caters to older kids, kids looking for scooters, pre-teens, and teens. It's a nice place on a gorgeous HK day.
What's in the area? Visit the temple next to the playground, head to Stanley market, or take a boat to Po Toi Island. For those heading from Central, Aqua Luna takes you straight there on a gorgeous weekend cruise - a hit with visitors.
Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, Stanley, +852 2813 4623, www.stanleyplaza.com. Click here for the Little Steps Guide to Dining in Stanley!
Classified, Shop No. G08A, G/F, Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, www.classifiedfood.com/eng/
Beef & Liberty, G04, G/f, 23 Carmel Road Stanley Plaza, Stanley, Hong Kong, http://www.beef-liberty.com/hk
Frites is a Belgium beerhouse that serves original dishes such as The Good Wife Sausage, the crispy 750g Pork Knuckle, and a great steak selection. The Mussel Pots range from FRITES House Mussels to the Asian-inspired Laksa. Kids can enjoy their dedicated kid’s menu. They also have dedicated events throughout the year so check their promotion schedule here to stay up to date.
Who it's great for: Weekend family-friendly brunching in Hong Kong, playdates, dad and baby dates.
What's in the area? FRITES has 8 locations across Hong Kong, so you can pair it with any weekend activity.
FRITES Central, 1/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2217 6671, www.frites.hk
FRITES Wan Chai, 28 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, +852 2877 2422
FRITES Causeway Bay, 38 Haven Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2142 5233
FRITES Quarry Bay, G/F Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Island East, Hong Kong, +852 2250 5188
FRITES North Point, Shops 4-5, G/F, Harbour East, 218 Electric Road, Hong Kong +3950 9000
FRITES Kwun Tong, Shop 3, 1/F, The Quayside 77 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, +3950 9000
FRITES Tseung Kwan O, Shop G03 & 103A, 1/F, Monterey Place
23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, +3950 9000
FRITES Tai Kok Tsui, Shops G08-11, G/F, West 9 Zone
38 Cherry Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, +3950 9000
The home of artisan cheeses, gourmet coffees, boutique wines, and handcrafted bread is open at the beachfront shopping mall, The Pulse. After a stroll on Repulse Bay beach, drop into Classified on Level 1 for a snack or meal that everyone will enjoy! Kids get their own all-day set menu with fish fingers, baked potatoes, mac + cheese, and other options, plus a scoop of sorbet. A perfect menu for a summer afternoon! Rise By Classified is the new Classified that will open in Kowloon. So watch out!
Who it's great for: Families of all ages, playdates, and those seeking alfresco beachy bites.
What's in the area? Repulse Bay Beach, the temple, and The Pulse!
Classified Repulse Bay, Shop no. 107, 1/F, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Hong Kong, +852 2351 3454, www.classifiedfood.com
Rise By Classified, Shop 5, G/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, TST Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.risebyclassified.com/
One-thirtyone combines a stunning location with amazing French food, and it’s kid-friendly to boot! Let the kids run around on the lush green lawn while you savour the sublime four-course meal (kids lunch menu available, or they're happy for you to bring a packed lunch for kids under 6). Make sure to request a table outside, so you can gaze out at the water and watch (glass in hand) as the little ones charge around the gorgeous garden. Note: they don’t have high chairs so bring your own cushion or ask them to stack some chairs.
Who it's great for: This is out of the way for many and high-end so a fabulous place for a celebration lunch or a place to take out of town friends.
What's in the area? Sai Kung town (but it is a taxi away)!
Pizzas, pastas, salads and steaks – there's plenty on the menu at spacious high-end Italian restaurant Meraviglia in Hong Kong Science Park, where kids are more than catered for too, with a range of different play areas set up at the weekends and a bouncy castle and pirate boat during the summer months. They also have a large indoor play area.
Who it's great for: Families looking for an Italian feast full of bouncy castles and play time. Warning- it's not cheap.
What's in the area? Kids loving scootering at Hong Kong Science Park! You can also rent bikes at hit the trails.
Meraviglia, S040, G/F, Lakeside 2, No. 10 Science Park West Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park, Phase 2, Pak Shek Kok, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 2210 7168, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.meraviglia.hk
A favorite in Sai Kung, The Conservatory is a breath of fresh.... omelets, chia coconut pudding, smoothies, and chocolate banana pancakes. The relaxed indoor/outdoor restaurant sits right on the square (where kids can run wild on the playground), offers awesome coffee, and a healthy breakfast menu for both kids and adults. Highchairs are available. Kid tested...parent-approved!
The Conservatory: 26 Wan King Path (The square), Sai Kung, +852 2792 1105, www.conservatorysaikung/
Right on Shek-O Beach, Cococabana is the ideal spot to grab lunch with the fam during a day at the beach, or after hiking Dragon's Back! Sit inside to get away from the sun, or outside on the deck, where you can watch all the beach action. Cococabana offers filling snacks like burgers, hotdogs and crepes from its quick cafe, as well as more substantial plates like its signature piri piri prawns, in the sit-down restaurant.
Who it's great for? Long lunches with beachy play with kids of all ages. Great to take visitors too! It's not cheap...but it's blissful.
What's in the area? Shek O Beach, Dragon's Back, Big Wave Bay surfing with the kids.
Hearty Italian-American restaurant Linguini Fini is launching the city’s first TINY happy hour! On Mondays-Fridays (excluding public holidays) from 5 - 7pm, kids under 12 years of age have the enormous benefit of eating off the Linguini Fini kids’ menu for free - only if an accompanying adult purchases an item from the à la Carte. The menu includes all the classic kids’ favorites like gooey and delicious Mac & Cheese, as well as fun, playful dishes such as Tomato Soup with Mini Grilled Cheese Sandwiches to dip. Kids do have it all, it seems.
Who it's great for: Busy families looking for one of the best family-friendly eating deals in town.
What's in the area? Central, Sheung Wan, and Mid-levels fun!
Kids can choose from the Sakana Sushi Set featuring unlimited mini salmon and prawn sushi with miso soup and orange juice. The Chocho Junior Bento Box is filled with prawn katsu, chicken kara-age and udon noodles. The Tatsu Junior Bento Box is comprised of prawn and vegetable tempura, chicken teriyaki ball and udon noodle soup, while the Mini Temaki Handrolls are available with salmon, crab and avocado, freshwater eel, Japanese omelet, or cucumber.
Who it's great for: Japanese and sushi-loving families.
What's in the area? In Central, families can head to Hong Kong Park afterward - a real treat! In Taikoo Place, they can go ice skating or see a movie at Cityplaza. You could also head to the cycling trails in Quarry Bay.
Shiro - Admiralty, LG1, 123 Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong +852 2117 9481, www.shiro-sushi.com
Shiro - TaiKoo Place, Lincoln House, 979 King's Road, TaiKoo Place, Hong Kong +852 2116 4969
Zaks offers alfresco dining, just a short ferry ride from Central! This is the largest restaurant on the water in DB, so you'll have plenty of room to stretch out with the kids (and all their gear). There's something to eat for everyone, including a varied kids menu with all the faves, and ice cream for dessert! Other perks are a play area for kids outside, a view of the HK Disneyland fireworks, and a free ferry ride back to Central!
Who it's great for: This is out of the way for many and high-end so a fabulous place for a celebration lunch or a place to take out of town friends.
Zaks, Shop G04, G/F & 103, 1/F, D'Deck, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, D'Deck, Hong Kong, +852 2987 6232, www.casteloconcepts.com.
Whether you are going for brunch or a late lunch, drive or ferry it over to Bathers for a great way to spend the day with the fam. Their smorgasbord is made up of everything from juicy burgers to salt and pepper calamari. And if you’re taking your tots, choose from the kids’ menu which changes daily. Book ahead to snag a cozy nook and leverage that seaside breeze.
Who it's great for: Families looking to book up for a day of lunching and brunching on Lantau's top beach.
What's in the area? Beach play, hiking in Lantau, and outdoor adventures.
Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau, Hong Kong, +852 2504 4788, www.facebook.com/BathersRestaurantHK
From play dates to parties, Origami Cafe is the perfect place for little ones to get together for lunch or dinner. As the latest family-friendly dining hot spot in town, it is specially designed by the world-renowned designer Alan Chan to provide a safe, fun and interactive play and dine environment for kids aged 0-7. Parents can enjoy their coffee and relax in the cafe area while the little ones are having fun in the play zone and at the first indoor sandpit in town! During sunny days, families can access the rooftop park of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and enjoy some outdoor fun in this space of 23,000 square meters. More information here!
Who it's great for? Families with young kids, playdates, baby-friendly.
What's in the area: Loads of space on the rooftop for running around and the park downstairs for some scootering.
Origami Cafe, North End, Zone B, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, 33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, +852 6063 7470, email@example.com, www.origami.com.hk
While it’s a popular after-work hangout on weekdays, 208 transforms into a buzzing family-friendly haven on weekends. Families of all stripes come down for a nice Prosecco-fueled brunch and to dine on delectable pizzas and pastas on Saturdays and Sundays. As expected, it’s a popular place so make reservations early to avoid disappointment.
Who it's great for: Pizza and pasta-loving families.
What's in the area? Browse the antique stores on Hollywood Road.
208 Duecento Otto, 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2549 0208, www.208.com.hk
Le Pain Quotidien's Wanchai location at one end of The Avenue offers ample al fresco seating, where diners can pass the time watching the world – and the trams – go by while enjoying the eatery's wide selection of bread offerings, sandwiches, salads, soups and other light bites. We love the range of vegan items on the menu too and delight in the rustic setting as well as the ample open-air space.
Who it's great for: Casual breakfast and brunch.
What's in the area? Lee Tung Avenue is always fun to explore.
Le Pain Quotidien, G40-41, The Avenue, Lee Tung Avenue, Wanchai (entrance on Johnston Road), +852 2520 1801, www.lepainquotidien.com.hk
Pizza on the beach, yes, please! Cafe Roma is still a bit of a secret, but we recently visited the restaurant and it has to be added to the list. Based on Park Island, you can pair this pizza outing with a trip to Noah's Ark. The restaurant is based right on the beach where you can watch the kids play while sipping a cold beer and eating fab pizza.
Who it's great for: Pizza on the beach!
What's in the area? Take a ferry for a Park Island adventure and eat on the beach then head to Noah's Ark. Our video here!
Cafe Roma, Ma Wan Rd, Ma Wan Island, Hong Kong, +852 3446 1226, www.caferoma.com.hk
It's weekend brunch time little foodies... and a view of the harbor is included! If you’re looking for a dining venue with a view that’s kiddo friendly and a bit more upmarket, then we have a slew of recommendations for you, all based in one location. Alfresco Lane offers a unique alfresco dining experience with superb harbor views of Hong Kong Island.
Who it's great for: Families looking to chillax with the kids at one of the coolest beachside restaurants in Hong Kong.
What's in the area? Pair up with a visit to one of Hong Kong's top museums in TST!
Alfresco Lane, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre & Empire Centre, 66 & 68 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, More Information
Tseung Kwan O is an up-and-coming trendy neighborhood. Situated in Sai Kung, it sits on reclaimed land offering waterfront views and a promenade for families to enjoy. The Velodrome Park is equipped with a skateboard park, playground, amphitheater, jogging track including wall climbing activity. With all there is to offer at Tseung Kwan O, new restaurants and stores are open every other week. Don Don Donki, the Japanese superstore opened its doors last year at Tseung Kwan O.
Restaurants At Tseung Kwan O
District 8 – A Parisian bistro offering Steak, French onion soup and other delicacies.
Chilli Lime – The restaurant offers Pan-Asian cuisine
Pastis Tapas – A casual Spanish dining with a French twist. There is something for the whole family to enjoy.
Pizza Pig – A stone oven pizza kitchen that offers a range of pastas in a super casual ambiance. The perfect end to a family biking activity.
Teppanyaki Mihara – A slightly high-end indulgence if you are in the mood for one.
Isola is a long-time favorite in IFC Mall. It offers a venue with indoor and outdoor dining options, wide areas between the tables for strollers, and you can easily access the changing rooms at IFC Mall if you are eating with a baby. The food is excellent and kids love the pizza. Buon appetito!
Who it's great for: Family brunching and a great place to bring friends.
What's in the area? Head to the rooftop at IFC mall after for views of the harbor Or, watch a movie at the mall.
Isola, Shop 2075, Level 2, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, gaiagroup.com.hk/restaurant/isola/
Located on one of the finest stretches of beach in Hong Kong in our humble opinion, sink your toes in the sand whilst devouring some yummy pizzas, pastas and a host of other easy Italian eats right on the beach. Combine the restaurant outing with a day lazing on the beach or as a treat after a hike.
Who it's great for: Casual beachside dining
What's in the area? The beach!
Lantana, 40 Cheung Sha Lower Village, Lantau, Hong Kong, +852 5565 7078, Website.
Family outing to a Dim Sum place is one of the favorite pass times in Hong Kong, especially on a Sunday. Check out our Hong Kong Dim Sum restaurant guide. Dim Sum is part of Hong Kong's culture and tradition that includes an assortment of seafood dishes, meats and vegetables that are either steamed, fried, or baked. Some of the commonly know dim sum places in Hong Kong are:
Din Tai Fung - www.dintaifung.com.hk
Crystal Jade - www.crystaljade.com.hk/
Dim Sum Library - www.dimsumlibrary.com.hk
Maxims - www.maxims.com.hk
Mott32 - www.mott32.com
Dragon-i - www.dragon-i.com.hk
Enjoy an alfresco BBQ meal with the gang at The Grill at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, where kids under 5 eat free every evening from 6:30pm-10pm! This family-friendly spot perched on the 11th floor offers highchairs, umbrellas, and fans for hot days. Enjoy grilled seafood and meats (kids will love the range of homemade sausages), plus veggies, salads, and desserts!
Who it's great for: Families looking to hang with the kids in style.
What's in the area? Wanchai play! There is a park right next door and a playground around the back of the swimming pool.
The Grill at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2588 1234, www.hongkong.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/grill/default-en.html
Looking for a touch of Latin magic to spice up your night? Look no further than El Charro Mexican Food. The menu is diverse and offers something for everyone, including vegetarians, and is ideal for sharing among friends. Kiddos can enjoy chips and salsa and tacos. Located in Cyberport Mall, this is an ideal place for families living in Pokfulam.
Who it's great for: Older kids looking to test their taste buds with Mexican Food.
What's in the area? There is a fabulous park right on their doorstep!
El Charro Mexican Cantina, The Arcade, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong, +852 2793 2522, www.elcharro.hk
Hailing from Taiwan, Mr. Tree is a great addition to the local family dining scene. Its 6,000-feet space is divided into two areas: one for dining and one solely for kids' play (for ages 6 and under). From ball pits to sandpit to slides, they've got everything you need to keep the kiddos happy and busy while you enjoy a cozy Saturday brunch!
Who it's great for: Family brunching with a huge playroom.
What's in the area? Head to D2 Place for a browse through up-and-coming HK designers.
Mr. Tree, 1/F, D2 Place Two, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Facebook Page
This is classic NYC-inspired pizza with a Hong Kong influence. Their pizza bases are sourdough which makes them a little easier to digest. As well as yummy pizza they also have delicious buffalo wings and specialize in Jewish treats. For mom and dad, they have craft beer direct from NYC and scrummy cocktails.
Who it's great for: Casual pizza with the kids.
What's in the area? Kennedy Town strolling.
Alvy’s, 8 Holland Street, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, +852 2312 2996, www.facebook.com/AlvysHK
More Little Steps Kid-Friendly Restaurant Guides To Hong Kong:
Central Family-Friendly Restaurants:
*Yum Cha *Various locations across Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui Family-Friendly Restaurants:
Causeway Bay Family-Friendly Restaurants:
Wanchai Family-Friendly Restaurants:
*The Pawn (weekend play area, kids under 12 are free)
Kennedy Town Family-Friendly Restaurants:
Shek-O Family-Friendly Favorites:
Peak Family-Friendly Favorites:
*Genki Sushi (Sushi delivered on mini trains)
Lantau Island Family-Friendly Restaurants:
Sai Kung Family-Friendly Restaurants:
New Territories Family-Friendly Restaurants:
*Whizbo Kids Cafe ( Ma On Shan)
Lamma Island Family-Friendly Restaurants:
* W Hotel