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Adult friendly restaurants with high chairs :-)

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    Adult friendly restaurants with high chairs :-)

    Hi All, now The Boy is 10 months and ordering his own meals I find if we do a lunch out at the weekend that we end up going to the same few places as we know they have high chairs, was just wondering where everyone else ends up so we can expand our choices.

    I know there's a list of child friendly restaurants on here and we have been to a couple of those but I'm after a bit more variety.

    We go to Red Soho which has a high chair but no changing facilities.
    Coast underneath Red also has high chairs, not sure about changing.
    Posto Publico had a high chair when we went a while ago not sure about changing.
    Top Deck at the Jumbo has high chairs and changing table.
    Quarterdeck also has high chairs.

    Waygu, Waygu lounge and Dragon-i don't have high chairs :-(

    Where does anyone else go if you eat out?

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    how about getting a chair harness which can attach to any chair, and the possibilities will be endless.

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    :-) we've got one of those but I find he tends to end up with the table at nose level if there's no booster and when we use the one with a built in booster seat something about the harness means he can dive sideways and end up hanging off the side of the chair. It's probably just an awkward phase but at the moment I just prefer something a bit more solid to hold him in.

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    There's some info here:
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    10 months is quite young, but when your LO is a bit older, you might find the Hoppop booster seat/bag helpful as it raises your child up: Bloom and Grow Direct - Mail order specialist for pregnancy, baby and toddler products. This is one of my favourite baby items and I have used it for weeks at a time when we are on holiday when our vacation rental didn't have a highchair and out at restaurants and almost every weekend in Hong Kong.

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    My favourite resto in HK is at Kowloon Elements on the Rooftop garden. It's a Spanish place called El Pomposo. It's a tapas place, with outdoor seating (and indoor), high chairs (the wooden ikea ones), and the staff are really friendly to us when we bring our son, who started joining us even younger than your bubs. The food is incredible too, the music, ah, I really love going there. And the prices are not so bad either. I'm not sure about changing facilities though. They just have one unisex bathroom there and I don't recall ever seeing a fold down in there as we have never changed him there. We always change him downstairs in Elements' luxurious baby room. I used to just bring his own food with us but now that he's older (1.5) he just eats bits and pieces from the dishes we order.
    I really recommend you try it out. I feel it's a baby-friendly adult restaurant for sure.

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    Rice paper (Vietnamese) in causeway bay world trade center
    almost all restaurants on Stanley water front. Good place for weekend lunch as there are lots to see to distract baby.
    Most big Chinese reStaurants. But a lot of the chairs has no straps so I always bring my own.

    Not sure about changing table. I usually change baby on stroller if necessary.

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    baffelly, what sort of straps do you use? and where can I get them?
    thanks!

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