Bangkok, maybe a paradise for everyone. But finding places where you can buy food with your kids can be challenging. The majority of the time, something that is too exotic is unsettling for the kids. Especially when they are having issues with sensory overload, let me tell you, the smell of sesame oil can be challenging for everyone. Moreover, the problem with street food is that; they are a considerable risk for sensitive tummies. Additionally, the fast-food companies are hardly instilling our bodies with anything good for us. But don’t worry, this article will point you in the right direction; even the eaters that are the pickiest will have a plethora of options in front of them.
The restaurants in this article are family and kids’ friendly restaurants, and they are located all over the city. These are a combination place where the tourists can have a nice meal, and their kids can also enjoy it. Moreover, these restaurants sometimes have special treats for the kids.
Helix at EmQuartier, situated in Sukhumvit
Sectioned at EmQuartier shopping mall, Helix is a fancy yet futuristic dining section. This restaurant is a fantastic choice for the ones who are finding a place to dine in with their family. This section has about fifty restaurants in totality, and all of them are suitable for pushchairs. These restaurants offer regional food as well as fancy independent food. And on tops, there are restaurants which provide value for money kind of food. The plus point of this area is the ambiance, there are hanging plants, and lastly, there is a cascading waterfall which built inside the mall.
The opening hours of this hotel is 10 am to 10 pm
The Location: 693 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
The Tel: +66 (0)2 269 1000
Benihana Japanese Restaurant
Who doesn’t like Japanese cuisine? The Benihana, Japanese Restaurant offers about two of the most popular dining option from Japan, from which one is the fusion sushi section, and other cooking islands offer teppanyaki, for those of you who don’t know its hot plate cooking. The reason why they are famous is that they offer oversized sushi, which is their signature dish, and the other reason why they are famous is because of their teppanyaki chefs who are larger than life and entertain the customers while serving food. Theor cooking is a memorable show, and the kids love cooking because it is done engagingly. They will see the chefs juggling the salt and pepper shakers and also catching the eggs in their hats.
The opening hours of this restaurant is the mid-day to 2:30 pm and 5 pm to 10:30 pm. For Saturday brunch, the timings are from midday to 3 pm.
The Location: Ground Floor, Anantara Riverside Resort, 257/1-3 Charoennakorn Road, Thonburi, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
The Tel: +66 (0)2 476 0022
Hajime Robot Restaurant
A Japanese – inspired barbeque restaurant, Hajime is one place that is going to amaze kids. The moment your order the food from the digital menu that is on your tableside. The Hajime Robot, which is a Samurai Robot, is going to `bring the food for you and cook it too. The menu of this restaurant has all the typical Yakiniku style dishes, which include chicken, vegetables, pork, and beef. The system of the restaurant works at one price for all you can eat. So its better if you arrive early and also ensure that you are there for the in house entertainment.
Because the robot will dance for you on the pop-up songs, and this scene is going to be delightful for your kids and everyone in the family.
The Opening Hours for these restaurants is Daily from 11 am to 11 pm
Location: 3rd Floor, Monopoly Park, Rama 3 Rd, Chong Nonsi, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 683 1670
Kra-Ton Flying Unicycle Chicken
The Kra Thon Flying chicken has a crazy name, and the restaurant is crazy too because of its unusual unmatched shenanigans. It’s a popular trail family restaurant which is on the outskirts of Bangkok. The ambiance of the restaurant is also instagrammable. They serve freshly cooked chicken that is thrown from the slings towards the waiting staff, which is balancing on the unicycle. The waiting staff will cath the chicken on the spiked helmets, and then the cycle and bring the food to your table.
Be it anybody from kids to grownups; everyone is going to remember this spectacle because it’s so unusual. The restaurant also serves some selection of Thai soups, curries, and salads. But the reason why everyone visits that place is because of the chicken. The restaurant also has a live band and karaoke. Though it’s a bit of gimmick, it’s a whole lot of fun.
The Opening Hours of this restaurant is Daily from 5 pm to 1 am
The Location is 99/1 Bang Na Trat Rd, Bang Na, Bangkok 10130, Thailand
Tel: +66 2(0) 399 3557
Fun Café at Funarium Playground located in Sukhumvit
It is not a place for fine dining, but if you want to give a treat to the kids and let them have a fun day in the ball or climb the frame or the drawing-room, then this place is for you. You can let your kids enjoy a very simple yet tasty meal of Thai or western at the café. The menu of the café caters to everyone, be it, kids or adults. The bestselling cuisine is papaya salad and the grilled chicken. The playground at the Funarium is open for kids aged till 13.
The Opening Hours for this restaurant are Monday–Thursday from 9 am to 6 pm, Friday–Sunday from 9 am to 7 pm
The Location is 111/1 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Watthana, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 665 6555
One of the most favourite things about the people in the entire world is Pet café. The pet café in Bangkok is a growing trend, especially across the Asian continent. The cafes offer their visitors to enjoy a drink and snacks and let them play with furry friends. The concept of these restaurants started with cat cafes, but after a few years, it turned into pet cafes because of the puppies and the rabbits. The quality of food may vary from restaurant to restaurant, but the cafes promise an overload of cuteness for the families that are visiting.
Pet cafés in Bangkok are a growing trend across Asia, offering the chance to enjoy a drink and snack in the company of a furry friend. It started with cat cafés a few years ago and has now grown to include puppies and rabbits, too. The quality of the food may change, but all of these Bangkok cafés promise a cuteness overload for visiting families.
You will find them in various locations
Siam Paragon 4th Floor
A great place for hanging out, Siam Paragon offers tasty meals, and the ambiance is pleasant because of the environment is air-conditioned, there is access to the pushchair, and there is plenty of food choices. Moreover, the fourth floor of the Siam paragon is the house of a huge amount of restaurants. The only downside is that it can get crowded. Enter the mall, head up to the fourth floor, and you will land at a place that is way more relaxed and the dining experience, which suitable for the families.
You will find a lot of restaurants serving various kinds of cuisines; the area is designed with typical Thai motifs, like the dragons, etc. there are a lot of Japanese restaurants, seafood restaurants and etc.
The Opening Hours are daily from 10 am to 10 pm
The Location is 991 Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 610 8000
Ruan Songnaree located in Sukhumvit
If you are looking for a place that is perfect when it comes to having a nice family meal in Bangkok, then Ruan Songnaree. Their menu is very impressive, and they are great when it comes to dealing with foreigners. Their staff is well versed, and they speak fluent English. The food is authentic Thai food, and they accommodate the western palates. On tops, these restaurants are the easiest to find because they are located centrally. They are also famous for delivering delicious yet authentic food. The décor the restaurant is also very traditional and gives the authentic Siamese feel. Tere are a lot of art installations, silk tablecloths and the wooden tones are warm
The Opening Hours are daily from 11 am to midnight
The Location is 12/20 Sukhumvit Soi 33, Khlong Tan, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 662 2804