Places to eat
Our guide to the top family restaurants, child friendly cafes & suitable places to eat with kids in tow.
Harry's is an established local favourite restaurant with a wide-ranging menu to suit a wealth of tastes served up in a lively and friendly setting. The Pounds family and friends work hard to provide quality, tasty food at affordable prices, a varied menu with something for everyone and a relaxed, fun, friendly environment for staff and customers.
The Hardwick is a gastropub set just outside Abergavenny. We set out to make our guests feel at ease and aim to give everyone a comfortable, relaxed dining experience. Our menus use the best seasonal and local produce and are constantly evolving. Children are the customers of the future and are warmly welcomed. Our Little People menu is all freshly prepared like our 'big people' menus with the same care and quality.
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!
Forget everything you have ever read or heard about vegetarian food! Forget everything you have ever eaten at vegetarian restaurants! Dining at Terre à Terre is a culinary experience like no other, with intense flavours, sublime textures and a combination of ingredients that few have the imagination or daring to put together. What began as a BYO with 30 covers, supported by friends, family and the local Brighton community/growers and very lovely staff, (thank you), has become one the most exciting and successful restaurants in the UK offering great food, wine to eat in or takeaway and service to match.
Brasserie Blanc offers simple, high quality food in a welcoming environment. Few restaurants cater to the needs of children and their eating habits as well as this. Raymond Blanc’s passion for delighting customers spreads throughout the organisation. The Cheltenham branch is situated in the old ballroom of the Queen’s Hotel, a grand room reminiscent of the Grandes Brasseries of Paris.
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.
Lovely riverside eaterie in old rowing clubhouse above working boating station. So pretty and unique, family run and good old fashioned value for money. Unpretentious and welcoming, car park, amazing home cooked food "We've had one of our best ever meals here!" Bath Life 2010.
Sam's of Brighton is a quality neighbourhood bistro located in the heart of gorgeous Kemp Town village in Brighton. We serve modern British food for lunch and dinner Tuesday - Sunday. We are also open for weekend brunch from 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. We serve classic dishes with a creative twist using the best possible ingredients (local where possible). Blackboard specials change daily. We welcome children and offer a great kid's menu, a toy box and colouring things, high chairs and a changing mat in the bathroom.
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