Bangkok has a bewildering array of great places to eat, but not all of them are child friendly in terms of items like high chairs, kids menus, or other such family oriented amenities. Fortunately, there are some establishments that do this, like the uber-friendly Crepes & Co, where they not only have a games corner and comic books, but also a full menu for youngsters. Charley Brown's is another good spot that does the same, all to the tune of tasty Mexican food, as is Cafe Tartine, a French cafe/boulangerie which serves breakfast and brunch, where they show kid's movies, have colouring books, and feature great value kid's menus. For sheer entertainment, kids will love Katron Flying Chicken, where unicycle riding waiters catch catapulted chickens with skewers while they are airborne (and then deliver them via unicycle to your table!). For vibrant street life, the whole family should head to Chinatown and experience Lek and Rut Seafood, while those looking for something a bit more elegant should head up to Vertigo, on the roof of the Banyan Tree Hotel, where the best views in Bangkok await those willing to splurge out for a fancy dinner. One thing is certain, nobody will be going hungry here!