English menu? Yes
Kid’s menu? No
General kid friendliness of menu: Lily’s offers a wide variety of American favorites.
Even the pickiest eater should be able to find something.
Staff: Co-founders Lily and Joe are attentive and accommodating, but service can be inconsistent in their absence.
Bathroom: Lily’s has clean, sit-down bathrooms – but no changing tables.
Best items for kids: There are plenty of dishes to choose from. For those blustery days,
try the chicken noodle soup with homemade chicken stock (RMB 20), cheeseburger (RMB 35), or beef tacos (RMB 45).
Kids’ play area? No, but Lily’s is located just north of the Landgent Center, which has a branch of the UME International Cineplex.
Seating: Lily’s has booths, tables, and tall stools to perch from. Booster seats are available.
Price: RMB 150-200
Accepts credit cards? Yes
Must-order item: Any dish named after Lily: Lily’s Salad, Lily’s Pizza, Lily’s Burger, etc. The diner also has surprisingly good nachos for RMB 49 a plate.
In a nutshell: Lily’s is a Chinese-run diner with hearty and affordable American fare.
Featuring all-day breakfast and a speedy delivery service, it is a great choice for
families craving some Western favorites from back home. The diner also has a brand-new location in Sihui.
Daily 8am-midnight. 2-18 Tianzhiqiaozi Complex, 31 Guangqu Lu, Chaoyang District
(6592 5548) 朝阳区广渠路31号院天之骄子2号楼2-18
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