I got this photo from Piccolo Mondo in MidValley, just next to Toys R Us and Madam Kwan’s.
My children were looking for pasta and spaghetti and hence, Picolo Mondo seems to be convenient stop.
I must say that Piccolo Mondo is one of those few restaurants that is sensitive to the needs of a young family. They provide Bambino (children in Italian) menu and even serves in colourful cups, plates and cutleries.
Most of the restaurants that I visited usually overlook this very important point. Many of them have tiles or other hard type of floor and hence, dropping a plate means disaster.
The next restaurant I visited while in KL that has children in mind are The Marche at The Curve. The Marche even has a section for families with young children where they provide colourful chairs and tables. There was also a small play area where the kids can roam in.
Restaurateurs ought to take care of these little touches because in my opinion, couples with young children usually have a higher spending power as they are at the peak of their career. Hence, why not tapped into catering for them? Moreover, they are not likely to hang around the place, taking up valuable spaces as they are on the run most of the time.
Do share other favourite places of your where children are welcome.