Beijing's best high-end restaurants that welcome kids

Treat your kids at these top restaurants in Beijing

Dim sum at Jing Yaa Tang

Want to try Beijing’s best high-end restaurants but not sure if they welcome kids? These kid-friendly venues have high chairs, play areas, kids' menus and nappy changing facilities. Just choose one you fancy, get everyone dressed up and enjoy a special meal out!


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Chinese

Duck de Chine

What Great Peking duck in a sophisticated setting. Time Out Food Award Winner 2010. 

Where Jinbao Jie in Dongcheng. 

High chairs Yes. 

Nappy changing facilities No. 

Kids’ menu Yes, including steamed shrimp dumplings (24RMB for four), dry plum-infused pumpkin (38RMB), deep fried bean curd (48RMB) 

Kids’ play area Yes, a garden. 

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98 Jinbaojie (Dongcheng, Dongcheng)

Jing Yaa Tang

What Delicious dim sum and duck. Time Out Food Award Winner 2016. 

Where The Opposite House, the boutique hotel in Sanlitun. 

High chairs Yes. 

Nappy changing facilities No. 

Kids’ menu No, but kids under four eat free at Jing Yaa Tang’s all-you-can-eat dim sum lunch. 

Kids’ play area No. 

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11 Sanlitun Lu (Sanlitun, Chaoyang)

Made in China

What A plush primer to Chinese gastronomy.

Where Grand Hyatt Hotel, Dongcheng district. 

High chairs Yes. 

Nappy changing facilities No. 

Kids’ menu No.

Kids’ play area No. 

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1 East Chang an Avenue (Wangfujing, Dongcheng)

Western

Bistrot B

Critics' pick

What Impeccable French bistro fare at The Rosewood. Time Out Food Award Winner 2016.

Where Near Hujialou.

High chairs Yes.

Nappy changing facilities No.

Kids’ menu No, but chef can make tailor-made dishes on request.

Kids’ play area No, but there is a cupcake decoration activity for kids at the weekend brunch. 

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1 Chaoyangmenwai Dajie (Chaoyang, Chaoyang)

Feast (Food by East)

Critics' pick

What Friendly dining at East Beijing. Time Out Food Award Winner 2016.

Where Next to Indigo mall.


High chairs Yes.

Nappy changing facilities Yes.

Kids’ menu Yes, including chicken schnitzel (48RMB) and fish and chips (48RMB).

Kids’ play area Yes, with cartoons, swing and slide set, tents, balloons and more plus an on-site babysitter. 

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22 Jiuxianqiao Lu

Migas

What Innovative Spanish tapas. Time Out Food Award Winner 2016.

Where Nali Patio in Sanlitun.


High chairs Yes.


Nappy changing facilities No.

Kids’ menu No, but the chef can prepare something off the menu. At weekend brunch, kids under four eat free and those aged ve to ten are charged half price.

Kids’ play area No. 

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81 Sanlitun Lu (Sanlitun, Chaoyang)

N'Joy

What An international buffet-style restaurant that uses ingredients from its own organic farm.

Where NUO Hotel in Lido.


High chairs Yes.


Nappy changing facilities Yes.

Kids’ menu Yes, including vegetarian pizza (58RMB), golden chicken tenders or fish fingers served with French fries (58RMB), ice cream selection with chocolate sauce and Smarties (38RMB)

Kids’ play area No. 

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2A Jiangtai Lu

Other cuisines

Pak Pak (CBD)

Critics' pick

What Good Thai in a classy setting.

Where Near The Place in the CBD.

High chairs Yes.


Nappy changing facilities No.

Kids’ menu Yes, including chicken satay with peanut-coconut sauce (48RMB for six sticks).

Kids’ play area No. 

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10 Jintong Xi Lu (CBD, Chaoyang)

The Taco Bar

Critics' pick

What Tasty Mexican. Time Out Food Award Winner 2016.


Where Courtyard 4 in Sanlitun.

High chairs Yes, but only two.

Nappy changing facilities No.

Kids’ menu No, but the chef can customise the tacos and quesadilla.

Kids’ play area No. 

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Nan Sanlitun Lu (Sanlitun, Chaoyang)

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