When a Michelin chef meets a bright, open play area…
Origami Kids Cafe was created to offer quality family time – something we are definitely on board with. Located on the rooftop of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, this bright, airy space strikes the perfect balance between interactive indoor activities and outdoor time. The area merges educational play for the kids with a relaxing café for the whole family. The carefully crafted play area is complete with a wooden gym, slides, an indoor sandpit, a reading corner and more. It even hosts creative workshops – for, both, kids and parents!
The dining area whips up a Hong Kong take on Chinese fusion. Its chef, chef Xiu Jian Lin, is actually straight from a Michelin restaurant, so you don’t have to worry about compromising on quality or taste on your next playdate. And since the café tables have full view of the play area, it’s an ideal spot to unwind over a glass of wine, whilst the kids run wild. In other words, it’s a solid location for a kid’s birthday party.
Planning on becoming a regular? There are Nemo, Dolphin and Whale cardholders – which give you a range of privileges and benefits. Think: discounts on food, invitations to members-only events, plus promotions for party bookings (like free cake). Need we say more?
Origami Kids Cafe, Rooftop, North End, Zone B, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, 33 Shing Fung Road, Hong Kong, 6063 7470, Open from Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm), www.facebook.com/origamikidscafe, www.origami.com.hk
Read more: Sassy Mama’s Guide to Indoor Play Centres