A hungry family of eight finds there is enough variety to satisfy some very different tastes Siblings Sunny, Cindy, Marion and Paul each have very different personalities - and different tastes in food. Sunny, 12, eats anything as long as he can put ketchup on it. Cindy, 8, is a vegetarian and wants a lot of vegetables. Marion, 6, is the fussiest eater and only eats food that she thinks looks pretty. Paul, 2?, has just declared independence in what he eats. He likes all things sweet, naturally. The four were going to Hong Kong Disneyland with their parents and grandparents. There are more than 100 dishes served at Disney's restaurants. Surely the siblings will all find something to tickle their fancy. This family of eight were among 30,000 others visiting on the same day, but there never seemed to be a shortage of food. It's 10am, and the park has just opened for the day. 'Main Street Corner Cafe has a pretty Mickey Mouse Waffle that comes with strawberry chocolate chips and whipped cream ($25) and that is what I am eating for breakfast!' Marion declares. Paul wants strawberries and cream. 'Fine, you can have strawberries and whipped cream on my plate,' Marion said. The adults oblige and the family strolls down Main Street to the Victorian-style Corner Cafe. Sunny looks at the menu and declares: 'I am the big guy, so I will have an omelette, chicken sausage, bacon, mushrooms and grilled tomato ($40) with a lot of ketchup!' 'I want cornflakes, fresh fruit and a muffin ($40),' Cindy said. Mum, Dad, Grandma and Grandpa go the Chinese way, sharing bowls of congee ($40 each, including chicken and pork and all served with pan-fried rice rolls and Chinese tea) and pan-fried thick noodles with pork and vegetables ($40), served with sweetened soya milk and Chinese tea. After breakfast, the family does some shopping in the Main Street area before taking the Disneyland Railroad for a grand tour of the park. After that, the gang heads for Tomorrowland and the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. Sunny, Cindy and Marion want to go on the Space Mountain, but little Paul is too short, so he has to stay with his grandparents at the self-service Starliner Diner. When everyone is back from the ride, they find Grandma and Grandpa sharing a char siu pork burger served with lettuce, cucumber and spring onion on a mantau bun ($35), and Paul enjoying some sweet marinated barbecued chicken wings ($40). Cindy said: 'I've heard that they have some very nice vegetable curry at the Royal Banquet Hall in Fantasyland, can we go there?' 'I've heard the sausages there are really good. They twirl each one into a coil and cook it in a hot pan, and when people want it they cut off portions. It sounds fun and I can have it with ketchup,' Sunny said. Marion wanted the sushi there, while Grandpa fancied dim sum. Off they went to the Royal Banquet Hall, decorated in Gothic style complete with shields, heraldry, banners, tapestries and sculptures of Disney royalty. The banquet hall has 720 seats - indoors and out - and was inspired by the film Sleeping Beauty. There are four themed kitchens for dim sum, kettle classics, grilled items and Japanese sushi and tempura. Afterwards, the gang split up to enjoy the attractions at Fantasyland. Sunny soared high on Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Cindy visited the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Marion had her picture taken with Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh and other Disney friends at Fantasy Gardens and Paul went mad spinning on the Mad Hatter Tea Cups ride. After some storytelling at The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, the family enjoyed the Cinderella Carousel, Mickey's PhilharMagic (starring Maestro Mickey Mouse and 'Con-DUCK-tor'), making wishes at Snow White Grotto and viewing excerpts of Disney classics at The Golden Mickeys show. At dinner time, father suggested The River View Cafe. Built by Disney's Jungle Navigation Company, this open-air restaurant is a popular resting place for visitors before they head to the jungle adventures of Adventureland. River View Cafe serves Chinese set meals ($65 a person) that suit different group sizes. This family went for the set meal for five to seven people. Dishes include Chiu Chow fish ball soup, sweet and sour pork with pineapple, deep-fried fish fillet with cream corn sauce, Hangzhou chicken with black mushrooms, wok-fried sliced beef with black bean sauce, garden vegetables, steamed rice and seasonal fruits. Marion said the dishes looked pretty. Sunny wanted ketchup on his chicken and Paul liked the cream sauce because it was sweet, while Cindy got an extra helping of garden vegetables ($70). After dinner, the family, all well-fed and satisfied, rounded off the night with a Jungle River Cruise then headed for the fireworks.