What Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco restaurants are family-friendly?

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When you travel to the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco with your kids, head to the Five-Star hotel’s restaurant, Seasons, for an extensive children’s menu that will satisfy even the pickiest of palates.

Seasons is the hotel’s only restaurant, so it’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the kids’ menu has fun, nutritious dishes for each meal. For breakfast there’s hot and cold cereals, sliced fruit and cinnamon toast, or treats from the griddle like French toast strips, silver dollar pancakes, waffles and scrambled eggs with bacon or sausage. Your kids can sip milk or chocolate milk, orange or apple juice, or indulge in hot cocoa studded with mini marshmallows.

For lunch and dinner, there are healthy options like a veggie sticks combo with ranch dip, or a chopped green salad with honey dressing as well as staples such as PB&J, hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken tenders, fish sticks and grilled cheese. If the kids take after their parents and have a refined palate, they can try the junior gourmet menu, with entrées like mini seared salmon filet over basmati rice and veggies, or a small beef tenderloin with whipped potatoes and seasonal vegetables.

For a sweet treat, there are chocolate chip cookies, chocolate pudding with whipped cream, milk shakes and chocolate fudge brownies. Or let your kids get creative and make their own sundaes. If you don’t feel like trekking downstairs for a meal, you can also order almost all of the Seasons kids’ menu through room service.

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