Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha is excited to introduce the newly-developed Kids Menu at The Gem Garden.

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG®) has partnered with Nutrition Australia to launch a new Holiday Inn Hotels & Resorts Kids’ Menu, available not only at Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha but across the Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA) region. Featuring flavourful and playfully-presented dishes to appeal to the small ones’ big imaginations, the new menu has been created with nutrition at the heart, so parents can rest assured knowing their kids are being fed well.

The new menu has been developed in partnership with Nutrition Australia, a non-profit organisation inspiring healthy eating through nutrition education, information and advisory services. Menus are based on a criteria developed by Nutrition Australia Victorian Divisions’ Accredited Practising Dietitians, to ensure that all the Kids’ Menu dishes are nutritionally-balanced.

Some of the menu criteria included ensuring that all meals contain a nutritious balance of foods from the core food groups; are low in saturated fats, added sugar and salt; promote food variety; and reflect current standards and dietary guidelines. All meals will provide a balance of vegetables, meat and wholegrain foods plus fruit or dairy where relevant, offering a variety of colours, flavours and textures to educate and encourage kids to enjoy healthy eating.

A set of 34 main meals (including 12 regional dishes), 7 desserts and 10 drinks have been developed in total to ensure that hotels from across the region can cater to local and international tastes. From those diverse options, Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha has hand-picked 7 main meals, including regional dishes, to suit the palates of children who visit Al Barsha – Dubai.

Some of the dishes on offer at Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha include: Mexican Tortilla Triangles, Fish Filet, Choco-Banana Shake.

Mr. George Sarkis, Director of F&B, Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha said:

We’re really excited to launch this new menu at The Gem Garden, which is a reflection of our ongoing dedication to our youngest guests and their experience at Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha. This new menu is designed to cater to the whole family. Parents no longer have to worry whether their kids will have nutritionally balanced, delicious, playful meals when travelling, whilst kids will finally have food options that taste as good as they look!” Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha is perfect for a family getaway, being close to The Mall of The Emirates, Ski Dubai, Dubai Marina. The hotel also features Kids swimming pool, ensuring that kids are entertained throughout their stay.

Guests can book rooms and make the most of the ‘Kids Eat & Stay Free’* programme at Holiday Inn Dubai – Al Barsha by visiting –


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