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    you can also get the first years seat at toys'r'us...
    we had that for our first, but with our second, we've put her into the "chinese" style highchairs in the restaurants that we go to. as we eat mostly in chinese restaurants with hubby's family, our kids have gotten used to them. we ALWAYS place an adult on either side of the child and ALWAYS keep a very close eye on the kids while in the chair, but we've never had a problem.

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    Forgot to say:
    also Starbucks upstairs in Pacific Place
    Dan Ryans in Ocean Terminal
    Union Bar in IFC
    Tree in Horizon Plaza

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    I always carry a child harness with me so if we go to one of those places with the Chinese style highchairs, we just use the harness to secure our kiddie to the chair.

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    The Eat Right Cafe (in the lane off Shelley St just above Hollywood Rd. Same lane as Taco Loco) has an Ikea high chair and yummy breakfasts!

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    Cafe One in Causewaybay, the one just above Ikea,
    Baby Cake in Horizon Plaza

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    Are you sure Cafe One has 'proper' high chairs? If I remember rightly, it was (what I consider) an unsafe one - I think it was a Chinese-style wooden high chair with no straps. But I do remember leaving without eating as I didn't think it was safe for my little one (and I remember suggesting to the manager he might want to pop downstairs to Ikea and buy a proper one!!) lol

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    You are right, it's just wooden ones, but they have straps, you just need to ask for them... I went there a few times, my boy is 10 months, and there was no problem. I think it's ok for an hour or just a bit more, after that a baby will get nervous anyway (het gets nervous in his chair at home after 15 mn, so I consider myself lucky when he stays quiet in a restaurant during an hour !!:)).

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    Stanley : The Boat House
    Marriott : The cafe
    The restaurant in the middle of HK Park

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