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Family-Friendly Restaurants In London
Planning a family trip in London can be a nightmare, but we’re about to take all of the stress of arranging somewhere great to eat out of the picture. Our selection of the best family restaurants in London is an absolute beauty, packed with child-friendly eateries right around the corner from some of the city’s best tourist attractions. Read on to discover our recommended picks for eating out with children in London, or have a browse at our hub page for a more complete guide to dining out.
Looking for the best family friendly restaurants in London? Il Pampero is sure to impress with its exquisite selection of fresh pasta for adults and dedicated children's menu. With its stunning surroundings and Belgravia location, it's sure to be one memorable night out.
One of the best places for family meals in the City, The Listing is a botanical escape for a chilled-out feast indoors or on the terrace. Check out their crowd-pleasing menu of European-inspired fare that'll satisfy even the fussiest little eaters.
All Bar One Regent Street is the ideal family restaurant. Not only do they have a menu packed with delicious British treats, cocktails and Champagne, but their kids menu don't just settle for chicken nuggets and be done with it. It's filled with dishes like Little Pad Thai, Grilled Chicken Breast and Cod Goujons, so that even the fussiest little eater will have something to write about.
Dreaming of freshly-made Italian cuisine? We've got you covered at Pasta Remoli in London. The branch has several spots in the city so you can fulfill your spaghetti and mozzarella needs. From Finsbury Park to Ealing Broadway, the restaurant is the perfect place to head to with the whole family.
This lively restaurant chain is bringing plates of crowd-pleasing Middle Eastern dishes to London's families. The Lebanese spot has something for even the fussiest little eaters, with a hearty menu of mezze including hummus, falafel and healthy salads.
Looking to something a little different with the family? Try your hand at a couple of rounds of mini golf at Battersea's Putt in the Park, a unique course made up of rockeries, cascades and canopies. There's even a restaurant to fill up rumbling tummies afterwards.
These fun, funky and foodie spots are perfect for families for a whole load of reasons. Firstly, there's a wide selection of eateries so even the fussiest of kids can be catered for, secondly the venues are spacious and exciting at any age, thirdly, the bar serves delicious homemade juices alongside its cocktails for the parents.
The Hawk's Nest has to be one of the best pubs in Shepherd's Bush, thanks to its stunning alfresco area and mouthwatering pizzas. Even better? This joint even offers free meals for your kids on Sundays, so the whole family can join in on the fun.
Chelsea's Sticks 'n' Sushi is holding cooking masterclasses for your little ones. Suitable for those aged 8 to 12, this goings-on will see your kids learning how to make all kinds of delicious rolls with clear and thorough teaching. They'll be able to practice at home afterwards too, as they'll get a rolling mat, chopsticks and bandana.
A perfect spot to treat the whole clan this summer, Marsha is one of the best family-friendly restaurants on Southbank. The bar and eatery offers a range of outdoor seating options as well as a menu of delicious chicken plates with plenty of kid-appropriate options.
Combining a relaxed yet refined atmosphere with two universally loved dishes, this is the perfect place to take your family in London for a special occasion. Enjoy a wonderful range of steaks and lobsters, and there are cocktails, mocktails, Champagnes, wines and soft drinks to enjoy alongside them.
This fun family-run restaurant in West London brings you a delicious selection of eats. From grilled prawns and sumptuous lamb croquettes to perfectly cooked steak and a vibrant lentil and cauliflower curry, it's one of the best casual eateries on the Old Brompton Road.
With colourful interiors, a fun secret garden-style terrace and food that's sure to go down a storm with the little ones, Primos Mexican Cantina is a great family restaurant in North London. Plus, the bar also shakes up a cracking margarita for the adults.
Head over to Stratford where the Timber Lodge is offering a relaxed and tasty experience for all the family. Located in the Queen Elizabeth Park, the restaurant is eco-friendly and energy-efficient, offering gorgeous, green surroundings and some delicious plates of food to get stuck into.
From their crowd-pleasing selection of British plates through to their whopping afternoon teas, Scoff and Banter is a top choice for a family-friendly restaurant in London, with locations in Kensington, Bloomsbury, Oxford Street, and Canary Wharf.
We'll start our rundown of the best family friendly restaurants in London with a trip to the riverside. Perched on the side of the water and offering one of the best outdoor terraces in the city, The Blue Boat is a friendly and familiar gastropub. Let the kids pick something from the children's menu while you weigh up the rest of the fresh and seasonal fare on offer, then head outside for a drink in the serene garden once the plates have been cleared away.
If you're looking for a relaxing place to eat with all the family, head west, where this Fulham favourite is serving up dishes for young and old. Kids will love the palate pleasers, while adults can soak up real ales, experimental concoctions and local wines.
A gorgeous West London pub that welcomes families and kids, The Warrington is far more than just a hotel. Stroll over to the Maida Vale space for a hearty lunch, with adults being able to tuck into gastro takes on classics, while kids can munch on crowd pleasing dishes that include fish & chips, and mac n cheese.
Picky kids need not worry because Battersea's London House is letting them feast on a delicious selection of treats. From meatballs and pasta and sausage and mash, to a sweet and sticky chocolate brownie, every taste can be catered for. And the best part? Kids under 12 can eat totally free.
Situated in the heart of Wembley, Cabana is all about the street food. Serving up Brasilian-inspired dishes and specialising in skewers and cocktails, this is the perfect place whether you're looking for somewhere to take the little ones on the weekend or relax after a day of shopping.
Perfect for a pitstop after a busy day sightseeing, The Admiralty is a family friendly pub in central London on the doorstep of Trafalgar Square, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. This is the only pub in the city dedicated to the HMS Victory, where a spread of homely comfort food and real ale awaits. The kids can tuck into a main and a pudding for just £8.50 at this highly rated restaurant and bar.
Fed up of the kids staying glued to their smartphones at the dinner table? There's no need to worry about that at Inamo; London's leading restaurant for combining delicious food with interactive experiences. Order via a tablet, set your own digital placemats, check in on the kitchen via chef cam and play a fun ping pong game while you await those pan-Asian delights. A fun and innovative child-friendly restaurant in London that's perfect for all ages.
Offering authentic Thai food with a smile, this family friendly restaurant is found across London. Head into one of Rosa's Thai Cafe for big eats which cater for all diets, without breaking the bank.
If you're looking for a family-oriented restaurant in London, Chez Melissa serves up a wide variety of dishes, fit for even the pickiest eaters. Enjoy Italian pastas, Greek salads or order a bunch of small plates for the table for an unforgettable dining experience.
Looking for somewhere family-friendly on St Katherine Docks? Whether you've had a day out sightseeing at the local landmarks or have simply enjoyed a walk around the dock, your kids can tuck into a tasty petit menu over at Cote, which features mini versions of the most popular dishes.