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At Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star InterContinental Singapore, parents will look forward to dining at Japanese restaurant Chikuyotei and classic Chinese spot Man Fu Yuan, but they may pause at bringing children to the fine-dining restaurants. However, the luxury hotel offers a great solution: a special room service menu designed just for kids.
Noted chef Theo Randall, who owns one of the top Italian restaurants in London, and children's cookbook author Annabel Karmel came up with the kid-tested InterContinental Planet Trekkers Menu, a list of healthy dishes disguised as fun food. The wide-ranging selections include "Wok and Roll Pad Thai" (minus the chili), broccoli sweet corn fritters and spaghetti Bolognese with "Hide and Seek Vegetables." Dessert also takes a nutritious slant with watermelon popsicles and lychee frozen yogurt.
Ash & Elm, a new restaurant at the hotel, serves up European cuisine. Suited for all guests - couples, business executives, families and group gatherings, Ash & Elm offers a variety of culinary highlights from its three culinary theatres, namely the Charcuterie & Cheese Room, Wood-Fired Oven as well as Charcoal Grill.
If you want to grab a meal outside of the Singapore hotel, take the kids to nearby Bugis Junction, where you’ll find food courts, restaurants and a number of familiar fast-food chains.