In "kids" offer, you can get the "kids meal" and another meal. For this other meal, you can choose between "Chicken meal" or "Beef meal".
I feel like using the phrases (Another meal) and (for this other meal) is not suitable. I asked someone I know what do you call a meal for adults, he said that it's just called a "meal". So how can I make sure that our clients understand that there's only one type of kids meal and two types of "Adults" meal and they can choose one of them?
Are the phrases correct and okay to use? I need the sentence to be as short as possible.