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    Three child-friendly restaurants in Bangkok

    While Bangkok is home to a multitude of excellent restaurants, not all qualify as child-friendly for various reasons. We recently went to a few very enjoyable places and I thougt I’d mention them for the traveler parent with preschoolers in tow.
    The Food Loft, located on the 6th Floor of the Central Chidlom, is a revamped version of a food court. Think ethnic food booths (Western, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Desserts) with clean tables at the back, dining room with fountain flowing and DJ table ready for groovin’. The prices are a bit steep for Bangkok but it’s clean good fun for the kids. Their stylish highchairs and super-clean restrooms make for extra bonus.

    The Dusit Thani Shogun Japanese restaurant makes for a great outing if you choose the Teppan Yaki option as your family will be able to enjoy of talent show right at your table. Teppan Yaki is a full meal cooked on a gas grill right in front of your eyes, the chef swinging his arms in graceful maneuvers on the grill to cook your meat, vegetables and rice to perfection. Children just love it. The other thing they’ll enjoy is the giant bib everybody gets (kids and adults) and the children plastic tray with matching Hello Kitty cutlery. What’s not to like?

    Every international hotel in Bangkok offers first class buffets but the Dining Room at the Grand Hyatt Regency is one of a kind. First, if your little ones get antsy, the lobby is surrounded by lush palm trees and a stream flowing through rocks and pebbles. Second, the children will certainly find something they like, if only the chocolate fountain for dessert! Third, there are Chinese carps and big goldfish in the street level ponds. Last, the hotel is two doors away from one of Bangkok’s best attractions, the Erawan shrine. If you’re lucky, you may be able to see Thai traditional dances offered by worshippers to make their wishes come true.

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