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Cafe Deco -- If the spectacular views of Hong Kong don't hold your kids' attention at this solid international eatery, the children's play corner will.

Dan Ryan's Chicago Grill -- These two restaurant/bars serve some of the best burgers in town, as well as huge deli sandwiches. There are plenty of other American dishes, and a children's menu as well.

The Flying Pan -- If congee (rice porridge) is not your kid's idea of breakfast, this restaurant specializing in American breakfasts offers lots of familiar Western choices, including a children's menu offering French toast, waffles, and grilled cheese sandwiches.

Spaghetti House -- Locations all over town and low prices make this family chain a winner. The menu is filled with two dozen different kinds of spaghetti, as well as a wide range of pizza.

Top Deck, at the Jumbo -- A short shuttle by boat through Aberdeen Harbour should catch any child's attention, but this alfresco seafood restaurant on top of a huge floating restaurant follows through with a children's menu and, during Sunday brunch, a play corner, allowing parents to relax as they soak in the views and feast on everything from salmon and sushi to steaks and curries.

Wildfire -- Before heading to Stanley Beach, take the family to this restaurant on the top floor of the historic Murray House, with dreamy views of the South China Sea from its outside terrace, a play area for children, and handcrafted pizzas, salads, pastas, and main dishes like barbecue pork ribs at reasonable prices.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.