Haute Secrets: Café Rouge Launches Kid-Friendly Fridays

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Cafe Rouge

Tucked away in Souk Madinat Jumeriah, Café Rouge offers the perfect escape for families on the weekend. The French bistro recently launched kid-friendly Fridays, now offering fun activities for kids and a mini menu with a focus on “French-inspired fun” for both kids and adults.

Cafe Rouge
Cafe Rouge offers sophisticated French cuisine with perfect wine pairings in a bistro atmosphere.

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The al fresco area is the perfect place for kids to move around under the supervision of restaurant staff so their parents can enjoy their meal. Among the activities offered are face painting, interactive games, and balloon shows. Children under the age of ten will enjoy a specially tailored menu with dishes like sautéed chicken strips with roasted potatoes, pasta, breaded chicken goujons, and turkey, ham and cheese with French fries. Café Rouge makes eating greens fun as well, serving up all kids’ dishes with a large salad or portion of sweet corn and garden peas. There’s also ice cream and other goodies for kids.

Their parents will also enjoy a special menu on kid-friendly Fridays filled with Café Rouge’s best and most popular signature dishes like Croque Monsieur, which is a three-layer turkey, ham, and Gruyere cheese sandwich, or Poulet Escalope, which is a chicken breast escalope breaded and fried. For dessert, the adult menu includes items like Crème Brulee with raspberry sorbet or Dark Chocolate Ganache, which is served up with rich chocolate ice cream.

Cafe Rouge
The Croque Monsieur is a light but tasty dish that’s perfect for a weekend brunch.

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Café Rouge was originally founded in London in 1989 by Karen Jones and Roger Myers. They wanted to bring great French cuisine and wine to the U.K. in a bistro atmosphere. The Dubai location was their first outside of the U.K., and if you haven’t checked it out yet, you should definitely try it. There’s even a private dining area for those who want a bit more of an intimate affair.

Cafe Rouge
Cafe Rouge has a private dining area for those who want a bit more of an intimate affair.

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Kid-friendly Fridays are from noon until 3 p.m.  Café Rouge also extended its Saturday brunch into Friday. Brunch includes popular menu favorites and starts at AED 150, including house beverages. The kids menu is priced at AED 39.

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