Hyatt Regency In Trinidad Launches “For Kids By Kids”

When traveling with a family, healthy food options are always tough to find – especially on a kids menu. Located in the heart of Port-of-Spain, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad just launched a new, innovative menu, “For Kids By Kids,” providing pint-sized guests more nutritious, fresh and interactive offerings. The new menu not only provides a healthy selection of kid-friendly foods, but also promotes the larger message of creating healthy people, a healthy planet and healthy communities.

The “For Kids By Kids” menu allows Hyatt Regency Trinidad to make the healthy choice the easy choice for guests. Sample items from the new menu include:

  • Breakfast: Top Your Own Taco, a whole wheat tortilla filled with scrambled eggs, cheese and fun toppings; Waffle Dipping Sticks with peanut butter, maple syrup and fruit sauces.
  • Lunch: Shaken Chopped Salad with roasted chicken, vegetables, brown rice and yogurt basil dressing; Build Your Own Whole Wheat Sub Sandwich with turkey, lettuce, tomato, cheese on a whole wheat mini-sub. (These offerings are also available during dinner hours).
  • Dinner: Natural Beef grilled and served with potatoes, roasted vegetables and garden salad; Vegetable and Sesame Rice Noodles with marinated tofu, corn, green beans, basil and cherry tomatoes.

In addition to the new main dishes, the “For Kids By Kids” menu will offer fruits and vegetables as the default side item and low-fat milk with free refills.

I love, love this! Hoping more hotels and chains take note and start doing the same!

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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