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- Fun, food and fine art with kids @ The Lalit Great Eastern

On Sunday, t2 dropped in at a New Year party, where the average age of the revellers was between two years and six years. No, we aren’t kidding. The Great Ballroom at The Lalit Great Eastern hosted Kids’ Day Out, a fun-filled afternoon for little ones to have a blast.

The more you play, the better you grow was the theme for the party, organised with the help of Friendlytoyz, a portal catering to children’s needs. Playing games, eating cookies and cream, getting creative with pastels and crayons and carrying back all the goodies they made or got throughout the day — this was the perfect formula for a memorable Sunday afternoon.

The kids’ menu for the day had everything from ice creams and brownies to macaroni and cheese and fruit salads to get the tiny tots glued to their plates.

“After a Mini Masterchefs programme here was a hit, we thought why not do a kids’ day out? We have tried to keep the menu as healthy as possible without compromising on the taste,” said The Lalit’s executive chef Madhumita Mohanta.
Several activities kept the kids busy — Promise Jars, Painting, Craft Corner and more. “We let the kids do what they want. There are no restrictions,” said Neha Bhatnagar, CEO-founder of Friendlytoyz.


 

Text: Sibendu Das
Pictures: Chanchal Ghosh


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