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Child Friendly Places To Eat from childrenarewelcome

Restaurants that are family friendly can be hard to find so have a look over our site and find the ideal place to eat with children. We have lots of reviews so be sure to check out our review sections to find something in your local area.

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Villagio Ristorante, Chiswick
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Villagio is a modern local Italian restaurant with a large menu suitable for the whole family providing freshly prepared food in a relaxed and authentic Italian atmosphere. Read More...

Guys Thatched Hamlet, Garstang
children at Guys Thatched Hamlet, Garstang
Imagine a canal-side hamlet of thatched roofed buildings and you're thinking Guy's Thatched Hamlet, just off the A6 at Bilsborrow near the market town of Garstang. You will find Guy's Eating Establishment and pizzeria nestling next to the atmospheric Owd Nell's Tavern, Guy's Lodge and School House Square with its clutch of craft shops Read More...

The Gatehouse Restaurant, Lancaster
families at The Gatehouse Restaurant, Lancaster
Situated on the edge of Lancaster’s city centre, the restaurant is elegantly positioned offering views overlooking its historic canal. Read More...

children at Villagio,_Chiswick_-_by_Andy
Villagio is a small chain that just opened up on Chiswick High Road near Sainsburys. They offer a superb Italian menu for adults as well as a separate Children's Menu that is great value at just £5.75. The restaurant itself is light and airy with plenty of space and you can park your buggy on the way in when it isn't too busy. They have plenty of high chairs and with curved sofa booths, you can easily sit small children in between adults without any worry about them escaping and causing havoc. Read More...

Bills, Chiswick - by Andy
children at Bills, Chiswick - by Andy
Chiswick High Road has a profusion of restaurants, with more popping up seemingly all of the time. I have to say that I can't even recall what was on the site before, but Bills have found themselves a prime site with a large floorplan that has been stylishly done out. It's also less than two minutes walk from home, so one Saturday afternoon we staggered in for an early tea with both kids in tow. Read More...

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Th'Owd Tithe Barn, Garstang
child friendly Th'Owd Tithe Barn, Garstang
Th'Owd Tithe Barn is a most characteristic and charming place, situated in the traditional market town of Garstang. It overlooks the picturesque canal basin, lined with narrow boats. Read More...

The Punchbowl Tavern, Garstang
child friendly The Punchbowl Tavern, Garstang
Our award-winning Punchbowl, in Churchtown, has a reputation for excellent hospitality, fantastic food and friendly dining. We really know how to look after our customers. That’s why visitors from nearby Garstang, Lancaster, and even further afield, still see the Punchbowl as their local. Read More...

Bill's, London - Chiswick
kid friendly Bill's, London - Chiswick
Bill's Chiswick restaurant, sitting on the main drag, has a warm and homely feel. Leather club chairs and sofas, quiet booths, chandeliers and vintage candles complete the look of this popular restaurant. Read More...

Quite Simply French, Lancaster
children at Quite Simply French, Lancaster
Quite Simply French is an authentic French restaurant and one of the very best places to dine in North Lancashire and South Lakeland. Located in the historic city of Lancaster on St George’s Quay, the 18th century converted warehouse has modern and chic ambiance. Read More...

Bibisili Bibs - by Andy
Ok - mealtimes with Doofy can be fun. However they can also be frustrating and messy. He's always trying to get his hands in the food and as soon as he has done that, you can guarantee that he is going to wipe them somewhere... normally across his chest. Having a bib, therefore, is completely essential if his clothes are going to make it through the day. Read More...