When it comes to cultural diversity, London does not fall short. Given its dominance in art, music, and fashion, it serves as a great location to visit, guaranteeing a lifetime of memories. So, having a good meal at a cozy, family-friendly restaurant will definitely be an experience on its own.
Rather than staying in the hotel and ordering a room-service for the family, get out and experience British food and culture. There’s nothing more unique than a rumbledethump, berwick cockle or a stottie cake.
FAMILY-FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS IN LONDON
Here our list of Top 10 family-friendly restaurants in London we recommend you visit during your stay.
The Golden Chippy
This is a cheap, kid-friendly restaurant that offers local British cuisine. Located at 62 Greenwich High Road, it has a child-friendly environment for families to eat brunch, lunch, and dinner. There’s even a spacious outdoor seating area if you’re in London and the weather’s nice!
Kid Foodie Favorites: Fish and Chips served with mushy peas
Opens @ 11 am
Located at 332 Bethnal Green Road, Le Pellicci offers some of the best home-cooked Italian, café and local British meals suitable for families. In addition to being affordable in a notoriously expensive city, they also have outdoor seating.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Hot chocolate and pasta!
Opens @ 7 am
Fishers Fish & Chips
You cannot come to London without trying the ever popular dish, fish n chips! Located at 19 Fulham High Street, Fishers Fish & Chips serves the British favorite, fish and chips. Their servings are generous, so come prepared with an empty stomach!
Kid Foodie Favorites: Early bird special consisting of cod fish, chips, and chocolate for dessert
Had your share of British cuisine and looking for a change? Look no further – Cafe Loren, located at Chalk Farm Road, serves up a fabulous collection of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Israeli café cuisine. The cafe provides great service at extremely affordable prices in addition to having free wifi.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Shakshuka topped with feta cheese
The Prince of Wales
Elegant restaurant located at the corner of 138 upper Richmond Road, the atmosphere here is ideal for a family lunch or dinner. It offers a variety of traditional British meals and seafood served in a creative manner.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Chorizo Huevos Rancheros, harissa hummus and chips
The Foyer at Claridge’s
Located at 55 Brook Street, The Foyer at Claridge’s is a quiet restaurant with marble-cut fireplaces, velvet columns, and a stunning Dale Chihuly glass sculpture. They’re known for their delicious breakfasts and often sell out afternoon teas. Ideal for families, couples, or even an individual experience.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Roast pork belly with braised red cabbage, Afternoon tea
Park Terrace Restaurant, Lounge and Bar
Park Terrace’s restaurant and lounge is an ideal place for families to spend their afternoons sipping tea. They offer fresh, delicious cuisine with a beautiful view of Kensington Gardens. The Lounge offers light meals and provides a perfect place for tranquility and relaxation after a long morning of sightseeing. Located at 24 Kensington High Street.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Chips and cod, Afternoon tea
Opens @ 6:30am
A unique restaurant with great food, service, and an appealing atmosphere. It offers British and Irish cuisine that always draws you back for a second taste. Located at 92 Trafalgar road in South East London.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Meat Pie
Opens @ 10 am
Smiths Brasserie – Smiths Wapping
Located at 22 Wapping High Street, Smiths Brasserie offers a chill ambient atmosphere that is child-friendly. They serve British and European dishes, as well as plenty of seafood.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Tempura Prawn
Opens @ 1200
Flat Iron Henrietta Street
Menu is mostly comprised of traditional European and British cuisines and specializes in steak. Offers lunch and dinner throughout the week with options of highchairs and seating available, free wifi, and is wheelchair accessible.
Kid Foodie Favorites: Steak!
Opens @ 12 PM