Allow your kids to get creative with their food at Slappy Cakes! With an interactive table setup that lets you design and cook your own pancakes, dining at Slappy Cakes is an ingenious way to get your curious little one to eat. Kids 10 and below get a complimentary serving of buttermilk pancakes when you dine on any day from 2 to 6 pm with a minimum order of P500. Slappy Cakes has branches at Eastwood City, SM Aura Premier, and Bonifacio Global City.
2. Banzai: The Great Teppanyaki Theater
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Eating at Banzai is a great way to introduce different cuisines to your small child. Not only is the food prepared by Japanese chefs who employ the authentic Japanese technique and preparation, the whole experience of being inside the restaurant transports you to the Land of the Rising Sun with performers dressed up like ninjas, samurai and geisha. There’s also an area where you can have a photo taken donning these native costumes yourself. Kids who are below 3.5 feet can enjoy the buffet for free any day. Banzai is located at Building J, By the Bay Leisure Park, Seaside Boulevard, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.
It’s important to teach your child to eat healthy at a young age, and when you dine at The Ostrich Farm, it’s easy to impart this lesson. You see, ostrich meat is the healthiest in the world, and it’s even healthier than turkey. That’s not to say that it’s not tasty – kids with picky taste will love it here! Drop by any time and get a free kids’ meal for your little one with every P500 order.
What kid does not love pizza? Well, California Pizza Kitchen gives back the love to its young customers with Kids Eat Free Daily. Every day, from 2 to 6 pm, kids age 10 and below can eat for free (a maximum of four pizza slices per kid is allotted) with a minimum purchase of P500. California Pizza Kitchen has branches at Glorietta, Alabang Town Center, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, and Greenbelt 5
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