On a sunny Sunday while we where biking around, my daughter and I decided to stop for brunch in Solana mall. I had heard of Tribe; they have a kids play area so I decided it was safe to take my four year old.
The restaurant looks green and very calm. We searched for the giant pear door opening, and my daughter was off to play in a minimalist play area. I thought she would get bored very fast, but I was wrong and she was entertained till her food came, a kids’ tuna sandwich with kale. She enjoyed the tuna and I ate the kale. The restaurant was buzzing with families and friends gathering on Sunday and enjoying organic fare.
I enjoyed the adult menu with loads of healthy options and opted for a breakfast with smoked salmon. The menu caters to any kind of dietary restriction. I savored a refreshing pot of Chai tea, and without guilt ordered the vegan brownie and chocolate ice cream for my daughter. The restaurant has a kids toilet which my daughter loves, and a baby changing spot, kids’ cutlery and a special healthy kids’ menu.We both absolutely loved the desserts, and we can’t wait to have a tea and natter with other mommies while our kids are playing.
Pauline van Hasselt has been working for beijingkids since October 2016. Born in Wassenaar, The Netherlands, she moved with her husband and her 3 year-old daughter to Beijing in June of last year. Prior she lived in the Netherlands, Belgium, Paraguay, Texas, and London, studying and working as a chef. Pauline enjoys biking around Beijing, finding markets and new restaurants, reading crime and fantasy books in bed, and most importantly, turning her house into a home for her family.