Friday, 20 September 2019

The Best Places To Dine In London With Kids

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Being among the world's most vibrant and varied destinations, and an enormous draw for international tourists, it's probably not surprising that London has its fair share of quality restaurants - as well as a fair few which aren't of such high quality. If you're planning a visit to the capital with kids then you'll want to figure out in advance where the best places to eat are. Let's run through a few candidates for London's best kid-friendly dining experiences.

Cereal Killer Cafe

This ingenious little eatery has two branches in London - one in Camden and the other in Brick Lane. The menus are all entirely themed around different breakfast cereals: you'll find cereal paired with mac 'n' cheese, avocado and chicken nuggets. If you're in search of something truly different, then this is where you will find it.

Thames Dinner Cruise

If you're looking to take in the best that London has to offer, then what better way could there be then a cruise along the famous river? If you elect to eat while on a boat, you'll be able to enjoy all of the famous riverside landmarks as you tuck in. Thames River Cruises make a great way to see what the city is all about. 

Rainforest Cafe

The Rainforest Cafe is among London's most kid-friendly restaurants, featuring jungle-themed animatronics, fish tanks and artificial waterfalls. It's like an attraction in itself, as well as being a great place to eat. On the menu, you will find a range of traditional crowd-pleasers, from beer-battered fish and chips to Caesar salads. There's even the occasional strobe-heavy tropical thunderstorm to keep everyone on the edges of their seats. 

Planet Hollywood

This incredibly popular dining experience now has offshoots around the world. Everything in sight is inspired by Hollywood glamour - and if your kids are fanatical about film, it is just the thing to whet their appetite. You will find it right in the heart of the tourist areas, just a short walk from Leicester Square on the corner of NorrisStreet and Haymarket. On the menu are a range of tried-and-tested American style classics, including burgers, rib-racks and speciality cocktails. There's even an option to combine a trip to the theatre with a pre-show meal - but you will need to book in advance to enjoy it. If you're in London to see a show and you've got the kids in tow, it's a no-brainer. 


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