Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Dinner with kids in fancy London restaurant? Top 10 family-friendly restaurants in London

Do you love the idea of traveling with your children, but worried about managing mealtimes?

Food for Kids

At Boutique London Serviced Apartments we believe that an important part of  your travel experience is dining in local restaurants and enjoying local food. 
When it comes to go out with kids, child friendly and themed restaurants for kids are the ideal solution.

The fact that you travel with your kids doesn't mean that you have to give up and eat in uninteresting, poor-quality kid focused restaurants.

Whatever your favourite cuisine you will find something to suit the whole family.

Here are the top 10 family-friendly restaurants in London:

Check out the beach-style cafe area with a ‘fast and fresh’ menu or the Brekkie Bar for when the kids are getting impatient. This is a fantastic restaurant to enjoy an early morning breakfast, quick lunch or relaxing dinner overlooking the runway.

It's a distinctive jungle themed venue offering fun nights out amongst alligators and tropical fish.
They also organise lots of children's activities. 

Co-owned by ex Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, Kensington's Sticky Fingers is, full of yummy mummies and buggies at lunchtime – rock and roll made palatable for the under 10's. It serves up the usual American fare of ribs and burgers with a kids menu.

Here there is something for everyone, from local office workers to parents with children.
They have plenty of books and colouring-in to keep your little ones entertained.  

You can choose from a variety of unique dishes, from the past, present and future of Thailand’s gastronomic culture. 
Although there is no kids menu, there is entertainment and face painting to keep the kids entertained.

Locale strives to bring its customers a true Italian food experience.
It has children's menus to keep your little ones happy and healthy.

Julie’s has been referred to as the rock chick of the restaurant world. 
Julie’s is delighted to offer parents a Sunday lunchtime crèche for children from 2 years - 12 years old. Open from 1.00pm until 4.00pm. Dine in a relaxed and stress free atmosphere knowing that your children are being cared for, entertained and amused by our fully qualified crèche staff.

It is a mix of British and French cuisine on a brasserie-style menu. This is a really great restaurant for families and kids eat for free between 12-3pm for every full priced adult meal purchased.

An authentically French restaurant where the kid’s menu is free on weekdays before 7pm and there is a free Sunday crèche for kids aged 2-9 years.  

It is a great japanese restaurant and noodle bar where you can find mini japanese dishes for your kids.

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