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Considering that both of the restaurants at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York are quite upscale, we suggest either room service or a quick meal at Nougatine if you’re travelling with young kids. While Jean Georges offers top-notch cuisine and service, the dining experience can take several hours. Nougatine, the more casual restaurant has some upscale versions of familiar dishes like fried calamari, a Kobe beef burger and roasted chicken that will appeal to a young palate. During warmer months, the Mistral Terrace, which serves the Nougatine menu, is an additional kid-friendly option. But if your kids need to move around during dinner at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, room service not only gives kids choices, it provides them with a menu tailored to their tastes. While they order mac and cheese from the kid’s menu, you can order your own gourmet meal. A kiddie menu highlight is the mocktails. Kids can choose from drinks such as the Orange Smash, with fresh squeezed orange juice, milk and white chocolate Kit Kat, or the Chocolate Supreme, a chocolate milkshake made with Valrhona chocolate and topped with housemade vanilla marshmallows. Room service at this New York hotel is a win-win with fine food appealing to both the young and the not so young anymore.
The restaurant at Trump International Hotel & Tower that is best for families with children is Nougatine, though in-room dining is another good option.