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Top Hong Kong restaurants for families

Little Steps Asia
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Let’s eat! Hong Kong is famous for its variety of restaurants catering to every palate on the planet. For families with kids in tow, the desire for fabulous foods combined with family-friendly perks is a must. From traditional dim sum with a twist to unique entertainment while you dine, here are a few of the best family-friendly restaurants to visit in Hong Kong!

Japanese dish of Zuma

ZUMA: kid-friendly restaurant in Central

A Hong Kong institution for free-flow family fun, the Japanese feast at Zuma has been a top choice for weekend brunches for years. This glam fam destination offers two weekend bookings, private rooms for larger groups, an al fresco terrace, and a play area for toddlers on the weekends. Children under three eat for free with one paying adult.

When to go?

Destination weekend family brunch in the heart of the city

What’s nearby to see? 

The location is in the heart of Central so it’s ideal for a long brunch before / after shopping.

Dim sum of Dragon-I

DRAGON-I: all you can eat dim sum in Central

This could be one of the best deals for all-you-can eat dim sum in the city and offers the wow factor due to its eclectic interior style. While Dragon-I is known as a nightclub after the sun sets, it is famous for their trendy dim sum lunches and brunches during the day. Children are welcome here and eat at discounted rates. For those looking to try a lot of different dishes in a fun environment, this restaurant is a top pick! Special note — they have a lot of vegetarian options now too.

When to go?

Lunch any day

What’s nearby to see? 

Shop along Hollywood Road for Chinese antiques and visit nearby Tai Kwun!

HUTONG: amazing family weekend entertainment in Tsim Sha Tsui

With 15 sharing dishes from Northern China, incredible views of Hong Kong’s skyline, cultural entertainment and more — Hutong’s Feng Wei Brunch is a bucket list family experience. Available on Saturdays and Sundays, the brunch is just as impressive as the restaurant’s interior. Prepare to be mesmerised by all the details including stone archways, delicate rickshaws, red lanterns, and a wishing tree at the entrance. You will feel like you are in old Beijing! Entertainment includes Chinese opera, noodle pulling, and portrait drawing workshops on rotation every weekend.

When to go?

Weekend brunch — Saturdays / Sundays

What’s nearby to see? 

Star Ferry, Harbour City, Nathan Road, Kowloon Park, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Science Museum, The Peninsula Hotel

Stanley Plaza

STANLEY PLAZA AND STANLEY MARKET: family favourites in Stanley

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Dim sum of Dragon-I

At Stanley Plaza, you will find Beef & Liberty and Classified as top options on the ground floor (note, the pirate ship playground is located here) while Stan Café at the top of the plaza is also popular with kids. For dining inside the Stanley Market, Henry’s is always a hit! Quaint and family-friendly, this restaurant is cosy and intimate while offering home-made delights from all over the world including pecan pudding and salmon fishcakes.


When to go?

Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner

What’s nearby to see? 

Stanley Market and Stanley Beach

Hot custard buns of Yum Cha

YUM CHA: creative dim sum

Get ready to smile, snap, and repeat! Yum Cha Get me there {{title}} {{taRatingReviewTotal}} {{taRatingReviewText}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info is a family-friendly restaurant with various locations in Hong Kong. This kid favourite is especially popular for their hot custard buns with googly eyeballs. Kids love poking the mouth with chopsticks and letting the custard flow (you get the idea). They have a slew of fun characters including pigs, doggy sausage rolls and more. The good news about this fun restaurant is that the food is not only entertaining but truly delicious making sure mom and dad are happy too!

When to go?

Lunch or dinner

What’s nearby to see? 

In Mong Kok, you can visit some of Hong Kong’s best markets for kids including the Goldfish and Flower markets. In Causeway Bay, you can explore the shops! In Central, you can visit Sun Yat Sen Park around the corner, and in Tsim Sha Tsui, you are near all the great attractions.


LIMEWOOD: beach vibes at The Pulse in Repulse Bay

Located right on the beach, Limewood Get me there {{title}} {{taRatingReviewTotal}} {{taRatingReviewText}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info offers food varieties and a kid’s menu inspired by recipes from Hawaii, Cuba, and Vietnam. From grilled seafood to tacos to yummy margaritas, there is something for everyone here! The location on the beach and at the trendy The Pulse make it a favourite for families. There is also a lovely promenade walk toward the right of the restaurant. Note, they now serve breakfast too!

When to go?

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

What’s nearby to see? 

The Pulse has a lot to offer! Explore the stores, coffee shops, and restaurants. On the opposite side of the beach, you will find a Tin Hau temple which is impressive and certainly one to check out.

Western food of Bathers

BATHERS AND TREASURE ISLAND: Lantau family-friendly favourites

Once you have explored the best of Lantau including visits to the Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha) and Tai O Village, it is time for a dining break and luckily this island has a lot to offer. Bathers is located on Lower Cheung Sha Beach Get me there {{title}} {{taRatingReviewTotal}} {{taRatingReviewText}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info and is perfect for sangria sunsets, early morning breakfasts with kids, and family-friendly lunches. Kids can run wild on the beach while mom and dad relax.

Treasure Island Beach Club

A more casual option for family-friendly dining is Treasure Island Beach Club Get me there {{title}} {{taRatingReviewTotal}} {{taRatingReviewText}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info which is located on Pui O Beach. Rent paddleboards, kayaks, and surfboards before or after your visit. Dine al fresco while sipping craft beer. There are board games for the kids, a beach to play on, and plenty of live music on the weekends.

When to go?

Families looking to book up for a day of lunching and brunching on Lantau's top beaches.

What’s nearby to see? 

Beach play, hiking in Lantau, the Big Buddha, Tai O Village, and outdoor adventures

The Peak Lookout

THE PEAK LOOKOUT: family-friendly favourite on The Peak

A favourite amongst residents with kids, The Peak Lookout is housed in a 19th-century Grade II historical building and offers families options of indoor and outdoor dining. The view of the South China Sea is perfect from the back patio. There are highchairs available and a kids’ menu offering both Western and Eastern delights. It is a great option to pair with the Victoria Peak Circle Walk and your visit to The Peak!

When to go?

Brunch, lunch, or dinner — any day!

What’s nearby to see? 

The Peak, Victoria Peak Circle Walk, Mount Austin Playground, and the Morning Trail Walk

Little Cove Expresso

LITTLE COVE ESPRESSO: healthy Mediterranean eats in Sai Kung

Prepare to be enchanted by this adorable restaurant located just behind the waterfront in Sai Kung. Little Cove Espresso serves up some of the city’s best Mediterranean-inspired food in Hong Kong. The menu is healthy and delicious offering favourites including avocado smash, raw mixed berry cake, home-made granola, and more. It’s the perfect way to start or end an adventure in Sai Kung with the kids. There are no cars in front of the restaurant which creates a great kid-friendly roaming area.

When to go?

Breakfast, lunch or early dinner

What’s nearby to see? 

Sai Kung hikes, sampan adventures to outer islands (the pier is nearby), and outdoor adventures in the area

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