I once overheard a Chinese mom pressuring her young son to finish a McDonald’s: “If you eat it up, you are a little hero.” Well, for Children’s Day (June 1), every kid should be a hero for eating whatever they want. After the jump, we’ve got a selection of colorful buffets.
Ahoy Matey Brunch at Pirate Bay
Lido-area restaurant and play center Pirate Bay is inviting young pirates to look for the fountain of youth. Young diners are encouraged to dress up as pirates or mermaids if they don’t want to walk the plank. (If you don’t have anything, the staff may just lend you some rags.)
RMB 199 per person, including a pass to play center. Check out the details here.
Upgraded Buffet at Aroma
Aroma at the Ritz-Carlton, Beijing has just introduced more main courses in its a la carte menu, including Angus Wagyu beef, Australian lamb chops, Canadian pork chops, and Boston Lobster. Moreover, the restaurant has just opened its outdoor terrace.
Buffet: RMB 386, half price for ages 6-12, free for children under 6. 6-10pm Mon-Fri and Sun. For reservations, call 5908 8161.
Eat and Bounce at Cafe Noir
Café Noir at Traders Upper East Hotel has just opened it outdoor seating area facing the quiet garden behind the hotel. Take your time with the Sunday brunch on Children’s Day while your children play in the bouncing castle at the lobby. And when you are done, take a walk in the garden with the kids. Check out prices and details here.
Greenfish Buffet Selections for Young Diners
Greenfish at the Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street is tailoring its food choices to young diners. The easily-reachable dishes include organic fruits and veggies, mini-burgers, and mini-pizzas with smiley faces. Check out the details here.
For more dining options, check out beijingkids Events.
Photos: Courtesy of Pirate Bay, Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Traders Upper East Hotel and Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street