We’ve got plenty of family friendly restaurants to choose from that your little ones are guaranteed to love.
Whether they fancy broadening their palettes with a new cuisine or prefer to stick with traditional classics, you’ll find something to suit all tastebuds.
What’s Cooking’s kid’s menu features all the favourites, from a cheese or veggie burger with fries to sausage and beans or sh fingers. Each main is priced at £4.95, with a couple of mouthwatering desserts to
choose from too, including warm chocolate fudge cake or strawberry ice cream with sauce and a wafer.
Little ones will love the atmospheric pirate-themed interiors of Smugglers Cove, along with their tasty menu choices which range from breaded chicken fingers with fries and beans, to curly Cumberland sausages with mash. Each meal is priced at £6.95 which includes a dessert of nutty banana split, warm chocolate brownie or seaside jelly and ice cream.
If your youngsters love traditional British grub then PANAM is the
place to go. Choose from five mains including fresh sh and chips, sausage and mash or chicken nuggets with fries, each priced at £6.95
Rosa’s children’s menu is sure to tantalise their tastebuds. Choose from chicken satay, honey-marinated pork skewers, crispy prawns or spring rolls, with every meal (priced at £6.50) served with egg-fried rice, fresh and tasty veggies and a glass of fruit juice. For a sweet treat, there’s also the option to add a scoop of ice cream for just £1.
Budding chefs who like to get experimental in the kitchen will love creating their own pizza loaded with tasty toppings. They can pick out their favourite flavour combinations from Gusto’s choice of toppings before handing them back to the real chefs to pop into the oven. Other menu highlights include meatballs and pasta, sh and chips or chargrilled chicken strips accompanied by mash, with two courses priced at £6.95 or three for £8.95.
More adventurous little diners will love the Spanish flavours on oer at Lunyalita. For £8.50 they can choose from a choice of tapas such as Catalan omelette or a children’s deli platter with cured meat, cheese, dips and nibbles, plus a portion of fries or salad, a small soft drink and a scoop of ice cream.