Places to eat
Our guide to the top family restaurants, child friendly cafes & suitable places to eat with kids in tow.
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.
The Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon, North Wales, has been offering hotel accommodation and dining of distinction for more than five centuries. Situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Caernarfon, within the medieval town walls, the hotel has charm aplenty with its roaring open fires, oak beams and all the Welsh character that its age and location suggests.
Rocca’s Pizza Pasta Restaurant provides a delicious family friendly experience where diners can relax in a casual environment and enjoy our expert Chef’s exquisite take on the Italian classics. Our menu caters for all tastes with a selection of mouth-watering starters, homemade pizzas and fresh pasta dishes, all handcrafted using only the highest quality, fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Open from 5.00pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday and daily during school holidays.
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.
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.
The Beaminster Brasserie is at the heart of the BridgeHouse Hotel - a small, relaxed 13th Century country town hotel. Apart from amazingly healthy food made from Dorset produce, the Beaminster is renowned for its outdoor eating area beneath a vaulted canvass roof - a great place for families to eat without the fear of upsetting others and great once the kids either finish eating or lose patience as they can enjoy the garden while the grown-ups continue to relax with their food!
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