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Though Aurora is a fine-dining Italian restaurant that is decidedly grown up with its hundreds of bottles of wine paired with its Riedel and Reynaud glassware; there is no age limit for children. You’ll find that the kitchen welcomes young diners and is happy to please their delicate of palates with simple Italian fare such as al dente pasta flavored with olive oil and Parmesan. But the best meal for your tots at Aurora is the brunch, when, every Sunday, a full spread of breakfast delights is enhanced by entertainment from clowns and magicians. The buffet is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Forbes Travel Guide editors suggest you make a reservation to ensure you don’t have to console disappointed, not to mention hungry, children.
Worried about bringing your kid to Aurora for a meal? Not a problem. There is no age limit at our restaurant, so it doesn’t matter if your child is 5 or 15. It is important to note, however, that the level of sophistication in our dishes is quite high, so if you’re working with a picky palate, a better idea might be to choose another restaurant or order off the in-room dining menu (if you’re staying at the hotel) at Altira Macau. The room service menu includes a variety of kid-friendly foods such as hot dogs, chicken nuggets, fish and chips, spaghetti, chicken noodle soup, burgers, fried rice, plain congee and numerous desserts.