Although a new school year has already started, children have to go back to school, parents can still bring them to some cartoon-themed restaurants and enjoy great family time! In the past, cartoon-themed restaurants can only be found in Japan and Taiwan. However, in recent years, cartoon-themed restaurants have become more and more popular in Hong Kong. Besides Kumamoto Bear Café and Mumming Café, there are also Mr. Potato Café and Hello Kitty Le. Petit Café. Here we are going to introduce 2 restaurants with different cartoon characters as the theme.
1) B.Duck & Buffy Tea House
B. Duck Tea House is landing in Mong Kok! “Yum Cha and Dim Sum” have always been an adult choice, and most children may not be a fan of it. Therefore this restaurant combines this traditional dining with the theme of B.Duck to create a B.Duck & Buffy tea house. The store is full of cartoon decorations, and the snacks also have a cartoon look. It is definitely an attractive place for families to hang out!
Address: 1/F, 1/F, 575 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Business hours: Monday to Friday – 10:30 am to 10:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays – 9:30 am to 10:30 pm
2) Donut Café
Walking into the cafe, we believe that children will already be attracted by the large spacecraft that is 6 meters high. The on-site amusement facilities are mainly divided into multiple game facilities and children’s areas. Children aged 3-8 can play and explore freely on spaceships, rope nets, and slides; while young children (under 3 years old) can play in the soft building blocks area and circus tents on the lower level, or in the mini-supermarket, which allows them to play creatively through role-playing! Apart from the game facilities, the restaurant has designed a series of healthy and delicious menus with the popular foreign Impossible Meat(vegetarian meat). In addition, there is a variety of colorful and appetizing desserts.
Address: 398 Tsuen Wan Section, Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan
D·PARK Discovery Park L1 Donut Village
Reservation phone: 2617 6773 (accept 7 days before booking)
Bringing children with autism to various special restaurants can give them a chance to integrate into the social environment, and also advocate the belief that autism should be widely accepted by the public, a mile to a smile.