Places to eat
Our guide to the top family restaurants, child friendly cafes & suitable places to eat with kids in tow.
Ring O’ Bells is located in the heart of the pretty village of Christleton near Chester, one of Cheshire’s most beautiful villages. One of the best family friendly pubs in the North West, Ring O’ Bells combines high class food with the finest wines and beers in a warm welcoming atmosphere. The children's menu is praised by parents & children alike for being fresh, healthy & tasty! Stop by, have a pint or a tasty meal while the kids are amused on the outdoor play area. One visit and you will want to return again and again!
Formerly a banking hall Quod has been transformed to become Oxford's largest and most successful restaurant. Stylish, contemporary design describes the space which houses an amazing collection of young British Art. The children will love the stimulating large space and terrace to the rear. Open all day for breakfast, our famously good value 2 course set lunch, afternoon tea and dinner this stylish, busy, bustling brasserie serves simply designed, unpretencious robust food. Think wonderful pizza, pasta, free-range chicken, fish and shellfish from Jersey, local lamb, beef and pork from the owner's Oxfordshire farm. All reasonably priced.
Waterside Bistro really does benefit from its fantastic location next to the old Totnes Bridge beside the River Dart. Alongside a great outside terrace, there is the Bistro serving breakfasts, cakes, coffees and lunches. From 6pm everyday, we offer a superb dinner menu. An excellant range of wines and beers. Really child friendly! THE PLACE TO COME RAIN OR SHINE!
Family friendly restaurant in the heart of Truro. Seasonal menu using locally sourced ingredients. Pushchair friendly, wide doorway with no steps baby changing facilities, highchairs, small plates and cutlery, colouring books. Young Diners Menu uses same local ingredients as other menus fresh vegetables/salad with all meals, organic cordials and home-made milkshakes.
In a stunning location at Watergate Bay, Fifteen Cornwall is a unique blend of exceptional food and an inspiring commitment to creating opportunities for disadvantaged young people within Cornwall through its registered charity, the Cornwall Foundation of Promise. The restaurant offers modern, Italian-influenced dishes, using ingredients from Cornwall’s finest artisan producers. The menu changes daily and only produce that is in season and at its very best is used.
Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill is a collaboration between English culinary giant Marco Pierre White and jockey legend Frankie Dettori. The restaurant at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge is a relaxed Italian restaurant with a sporting twist. Enjoy fantastic pizza, pasta, burgers and more in our stylish dining room, while watching the latest sporting matches live on the plasma screens. Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill is a great choice for a family meal or celebration, seven days a week. The varied menu offers fine Italian classics for adults, as well as kids’ favourites such as pizza and burgers, with special menus on match days. The obvious attraction for children (as well as mums and dads) is being at Chelsea FC with the club shop nearby and the occasional famous face walking by. The plasma screens show sporting events in the background, though not intrusively for non-sports fans. High chairs and baby changing facilities are available.
Patrisey Restaurant - heightening tastes in British cuisine. Featuring floor to ceiling windows, you can take in the spectacular panoramic views of the River Thames and revel in the pure excitement of the comings and goings of the London Heliport. The kids will be delighted and so will you given that kids under 12 eat free - when dining with an adult naturally.
This will be the place to visit in South Devon for the best in fish and chips. Not your ordinary fish and chip shop, the RockFish Seafood & Chips seats 70 people and will serve the freshest fish bought straight from the fish markets daily. Served up in the restaurant in stylish take away boxes with chips, there will be a choice of the market’s fish available as well as specials like cracked Devon crab to try out. A good range of wines to keep the grown up members of the party happy and plenty of sauces - mayonnaise, tomato sauce, garlic mayo, tartare sauce – to enjoy with the fish, followed up by great ice creams. What more you could you ask for?
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