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Blink & you might be back in Happy Days – this 50s-style bowling alley/diner would make the Fonz feel right at home. Surroundings are bright… more »
Famed for his sunshine cooking, Aussie TV chef Bill Granger has done his best to transport some Bondi Beach cool to Notting Hill – even if the… more »
It’s hard to hang out at All Star Lanes & not be reminded of Happy Days – just look at the retro diner trimmings, red-leather seats, checked… more »
The All Star franchise (there are now four sites across London) has brought a tasteful slice of 50s’ Americana to the 10-pin scene. Even if you’re… more »
Highbury residents are pleased as punch with this accomplished little local. It’s an unassuming space of muted colours & simple wooden chairs… more »
Situated in a former paper factory turned office space, this New York-style bar and cheery urban brasserie fizzes with atmosphere – a sociable… more »
Given its location right by Borough Market, it’s no surprise that this family-friendly seafood restaurant is often overwhelmed by hordes… more »
From yummy mummies chatting over breakfast to canoodling date-night couples, TV chef Paul Merrett’s all-purpose gastropub-cum-hotel offers… more »
After nearly 40 years, this Italian veteran is still a magnet for the likes of Mick Jagger, José Mourinho, Mariella Frostrup and glossy locals… more »
Mark Hix’s Tramshed sets out to make an immediate ‘jaw-dropping’ impact, and it’s hard to take your eyes off Damien Hirst’s dramatic… more »
With branches in Canary Wharf and Somerset House, Michelin-starred Tom Aikens’ boisterous, stripped-back brasserie side-line now has the… more »
Born in 2008 and still ‘going strong’, Mark Hix’s first solo venture couldn’t be a better fit for Smithfield, home to London’s famous… more »
Building on the success of his eponymous Chelsea restaurant, Tom Aikens also helms two branches of the brasserie-style Tom’s Kitchen. Here at… more »
With its slick service, edgy vibe and quirky pieces by the owner’s celeb artist chums adorning the walls, Mark Hix’s flagship continues… more »
This outpost of Mark Hix’s gastro-empire is ‘like a Paul Smith suit’ – ‘classically English, but with a twist’ – and any stuffiness… more »
Eating out with the kids can be trying at the best of times and if your London restaurant of choice isn’t geared up for children’s dining needs then it can be a complete disaster. To avoid any problems when taking the children out for a meal in London, check out Square Meal’s really helpful guide to the best child friendly restaurants in London. Whether it’s simply a great kid’s menu, play area for the little ones to entertain themselves or a complimentary children’s activity pack, all of the restaurants feature din this list are ideal for young families.
London boasts a great array of good child friendly restaurants and Square Meal’s list of the best child friendly restaurants in London highlights the best of them. From Italian restaurants to French restaurants and British restaurants to gastropubs, each and every child friendly restaurant you’ll find here in Square Meal’s list of the best child friendly restaurants in London have been selected for their superb facilities for children.
Every one of the Child Friendly restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Child Friendly restaurants have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.