How to engage kids while you eat

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Delhi is the capital city and when it comes to browsing of restaurants, there are plenty of options. But have you ever searched for restaurants that can engage your kids while you eat? Well, your search is over at my blog. Now mothers can have their food peacefully and their kids will be in the safe hands for that time.

Kids friendly restaurants in Delhi

Whenever a mom sits to eat, the child always plays cranky and weird. As if the kid has a feeling that why is my mom so calm and not irritated and shouting? At that time, the mom wishes that somebody please keep these kids engaged while I eat a portion of my meal quietly. Isn’t it the story most of the times? But not anymore.

I have shortlisted some of the best restaurants to solve this problem.

  1. Jungle Jamboree– This is the most talked about restaurant in the town at present. This place has a kids zone just in the front. You can certainly keep watching your kids playing and enjoy your food. And the food is great.
  2. Ambience Mall, Vasant KunjThis mall is amazing. It is beautifully made and has almost everything. Today, every mall has a play area where kids can be busy and parents can have their meal. But in this mall, one of the gates of play area opens up to the food court. So you can keep a watch while you eat.
  3. Select CITYWALK, Saket – This mall has completed 10 years successfully and still going strong. The play zone here is famously called HANG OUT. When you enter this space, it feels like in a different world. There are games and dining inside only. You can spend the whole day here.

There are much more options coming up every other day to make eating a pleasure. And we will be happy dining with kids.

Linking this post with Amrita and Deepa for Monday Mommy Moments


4 thoughts on “How to engage kids while you eat

  1. Do you really think eating out with children is a good option? I personally think the food in restaurants is definitely a no no especially on an everyday basis. I brought up my children on khichadi and palak, methi paratha and of course some meat for the early part of their lives and they haven’t done too badly. Restaurants were only for special occasions but it is nice to know of restaurants that welcome children so that parents can also enjoy themselves!

    1. Yes I also take then out occasionally. In fact my 5 year old boy likes to eat only rotis so either I go to an Indian restaurant or feed him at home first.
      But today restaurants have play area to keep them busy while the moms eat. Thanks Unishta.


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