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Child-friendly restaurants for Easter

Child-friendly restaurants for Easter

Easter is a time for family get-togethers (as well as eating chocolate eggs until you’re bursting), so we’ve checked out what child-friendly restaurants have to offer at this time of year.

The ones we’ve selected are all restaurant chains so you’re bound to find one near you!


With their unlimited salad bars, Harvester restaurants offer a vast selection of healthy option for kids. Even the pickiest of little eaters is sure to find a vegetable they like there! The Kid’s Meal Deal also provides plenty to choose from, with a choice of smaller bites for under 5s or bigger bites for younger children with two vegetables or one side and one veg, followed by a dessert and glass of squash or milk, all for £5.99. We think that’s excellent value!


This chain of Italian restaurants is renowned for its open, family-friendly approach. Children are supplied with colouring materials on arrival, perfect for keeping little ones entertained! The Bambini Kids Menu is packed with a fantastic selection of mini Italian dishes for small tummies. After all, what child doesn’t love pasta and pizza?!


Wagamama offers mini Japanese dishes for kids so it’s the place to go if you fancy expanding your child’s culinary horizons with oriental cuisine this Easter. Young diners can pick from a full children’s menu, which includes mini fish and grilled chicken noodles as well as mini yasai katsu curry. And can then round off their meal with a choice of natural fruit ice lollies! Tasty!


For an extensive kids menu, Giraffe has much on offer to whet the appetites of little ones at this time of year. Why not treat them to breakfast? There are ‘Flipping amazing pancakes’, brunches and porridge to choose from. Or you can buy a children’s meal deal complete with a main, dessert and a drink for £6.50!

Are you planning on eating out with your family this Easter? Let us know your favourite family-friendly restaurants over on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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