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Boasting quality freshly-made pasta, Pici is always a good choice with kids. Find me a child who doesn't like tucking into a good bowl of spaghetti! Dishes are affordable and designed to be served family-style, so pick a few (the pappardelle with slow-cooked beef cheek or the lasagne are safe bets for kids) and let everyone dig in.
Emmer Pizzeria & Cafe
Shop no. 407, Level 4, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
From the team behind the much-loved Beef & Liberty is a new pizzeria, Emmer Pizzeria & Cafe. The name Emmer comes from an old, organic grain that is blended with rye and Italian flour to make the base for these pizzas. The restaurant claims it makes the pizza healthier (lower in gluten and higher in nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins and minerals) and much tastier. Conveniently located at Pacific Place, it is sure to draw in the family crowd.
1/F, 77-91 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
If you love Japanese food and want to introduce it to your kids, Honjo is the perfect place. It offers amazing varieties of Japanese cuisine but with unique, new flavours.
The Pizza Project
G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
G/F, 5 Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Central - 2311 1815; Wan Chai - 2577 7227
Recently-launched "The Pizza Project has already won our stamp of approval. Located in SoHo, it's the ideal pit stop after a busy day out. This place is all about amazingly delicious pizzas and quick, no-fuss dining. Its simple one-page menu is centred around a selection of affordable (a Margherita is just $70!), handmade pizzas made with fresh ingredients with a crunchy crust. While there's no dedicated children's menu, there's enough to please the kids. If they aren't in the mood…
14 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong
15 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
2801 6881, 2520 0690
Positioning itself as a neighbourhood Neapolitan pizzeria, Motorino focusses on simple, fresh pizza and antipasti. You can learn how to make pizzas yourself by joining one of their pizza-making parties, that's available on weekends for adults and children.
3/F, Block 3, Tai Kwun No.10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Madame Fù is a contemporary Chinese restaurant located in the iconic Tai Kwun heritage compound. Spanning the entire 3rd floor of the old police headquarters, Madame Fù offers a unique dining space with a wide range of signature dishes, including dim sum, western desserts and afternoon tea.
Food + Dining
Food + Dining
Basement Level, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Cantonese grill and dim sum specialist, John Anthony has set high standards of eco-consciousness in its menu, sourcing and even in the design of the restaurant. It offers charcoal grill-roasted meats and handmade dim sum paired with bold influences from regions along the Spice Routes. Expect the unexpected with progressive cooking techniques, globally sourced ingredients and unique harmonies in flavour.