Eating out with the whole family can be quite complicated and sometimes you just don’t need that drama on a weekend. Skip the fast-food options because you can definitely take the kids to beautiful spaces where you can linger over great food and drinks in Macau. Yes, it’s possible moms and dads! These cool and child-friendly restaurants are worth a visit on your next family day.
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A parent’s ultimate mecca, Café Panorama is always a winner when it comes to family dining outings. With an amazing space for kids to roam around, it’s also pet-friendly so every member of the household is welcome. You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food. Choose from your favorite Chinese dishes to international specialties prepared with the freshest ingredients. It’s open all day long and serves three meals a day from an à la carte menu, plus a delicious buffet on the weekends. Gaze at the lovely views of the gardens outside as you tuck into delicious food worry-free while the kids enjoy themselves.
Take a stroll at one of Macau’s iconic districts, Taipa Village Macau. You’ll find so many lovely restaurants to choose from but there is a reason La Famiglia stands out from the rest of the dining spots. With a warm and relaxed ambience, the menu is simply delicious and delightful. They have an Italian menu with a pizza selection starting at MOP $108. This charming restaurant also offers Macanese and Portuguese cuisines for the whole family to enjoy. There are three stories of spacious dining areas to choose from and a magnificent view of the colorful city from their rooftop area.
Cha Bei is such a pretty place to dine at in the city. The food selection is healthy, the interiors are stunning and the ambience just feels good. Message your mom friends and take your little ones for high tea or a lovely meal at this stylish spot in Galaxy Macau. Indulge in an assortment of savories, petit fours, scones, and madeleines. There are varieties of pastries and treats to choose from and an impressive tea selection. The signature options include the pinot noir, an orange pekoe black tea with mild earth and coppery liquor, and the Casablanca, an aromatic sencha green tea with peppermint and strawberry flavors.
Sheraton Grand Macao’s Feast always has a relaxed family vibe no matter what day of the week. The hotel’s contemporary restaurant highlights the best in international cuisine that’s also visually stunning.The food is displayed in a myriad of colors and textures, ensuring that the kids will find their food interesting. Savor a wide selection of Portuguese dishes, Macanese cuisine, and a huge assortment of popular Asian food. You can also catch The Little Big Club All Stars Parade nearby at the Shoppes at Cotai Central. The kids will surely love the beautifully choreographed and energetic parade which takes place daily.
Going to a restaurant for a meal with your kids can be exhausting. That is why we try to keep it to a minimum per week. If you want to head out for a good weekend brunch or day out with the family, Portofino at The Venetian Macao is a great idea. The restaurant is always bustling with an energetic and warm atmosphere. While there is a mixed vibe of formal and casual, don’t let that put you down. Pizza and pasta always win at the end of the day. The price is worth every bite and reflective of the service and quality.
Café Bela Vista
Grand Lapa’s Café Bela Vista is a delightful dining place in the city. Take the whole family here for breakfast, lunch or dinner and you’ll find sumptuous Portuguese and Macanese dishes alongside international favorites. They present daily dishes that are very close to the heart of many locals while also giving tourists a true taste of the city. It’s set in a stunning colonial-style veranda which is the perfect al fresco beginning to your day. Just within the hotel complex, you’ll find The Kids Co., a special children’s area full of exciting indoor and outdoor activities. The center keeps kids entertained with playground activity, computers, video games, and special programmes during weekends and holidays for a fee while hotel guests receive two hours complimentary access daily and are charged per hour thereafter.