Kid Friendly London Restaurants

Taking the kids out for lunch or an evening meal should be a relaxed and fun affair, but can sometimes feel like the opposite if there isn’t a kids menu or tables are close together with no room for a highchair. To take the stress out of dining in London with the family we’ve compiled you a list of great restaurants where you and your family are welcomed with open arms and you can enjoy a fantastic meal together.

Planet Hollywood

A short stroll from Piccadilly Circus is this world famous American restaurant, packed with movie memorabilia and a perfect spot for kids and adults alike. Its extensive menu features the expected steaks and burgers but also pizza, salads and wok fired stir-fries. For kids there's a menu deal with something for everyone, from pasta to hot dogs to the classic cheeseburger, with desserts and unlimited soft drinks included. The atmosphere is fun and busy, perfect for kids that get bored easily!

Spaghetti House

Yes it's a chain but this family business feels anything but, and their Soho restaurant is no exception. Always welcoming, with a lovely outdoor seating area, this contemporary Italian has a menu of freshly prepared classics, and the kids menu is simple but delicious. Free flowing prosecco (possibly not when dining with the kids!) and reasonable prices mean that Spaghetti House is the perfect stop for lunch or dinner with the kids in tow.

The Real Greek

Friendly, with a lively but relaxed atmosphere and an amazing menu The Real Greek on Berwick Street in Soho is a must visit. The children's menu is extremely reasonably priced, with an adorable kid's meze selection, and the main menu is absolutely mouth-watering, with a huge selection of meze, salads and souvlaki wraps to choose from. Service is prompt and the staff will make you feel like one of the family. Their philosophy is simple- Eat. Together.

Honest Burgers

The Fitzrovia branch of this popular restaurant, situated just off bustling Oxford Circus, boasts a delectable menu of fresh, quality ingredients for both adults and children alike. The kid's menu is reasonably priced, and comes with Honest Burgers famous rosemary chips, while the main menu is a burger lover's dream and features a veggie and chicken options if beef isn't your thing. The atmosphere is bright and informal, perfect for a family lunch or dinner and a recharge away from the busy streets of London.


Piccadilly's Benihana will keep your kids entertained, if nothing else! This theatrical Japanese restaurant was established in New York in the '60s, and the awe inspiring art of acrobatic cooking at your table will wow the whole family, and the highly trained chefs put on an amazing display. Specialising in steak and sushi, there is also a mouth-watering wagyu beef menu, and the kids menu will keep your mini ninjas happy with prawns, chicken and steak all featuring.

Eating out in London with kids doesn't have to mean chain fast food restaurants or being stressed that you won't find somewhere to accommodate your family. No matter what your taste or budget there is something to keep everyone happy and well fed. Bon appétit!

Kid Friendly London Restaurants Map

Last updated on 9/12/19, 2:23 AM

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Planet Hollywood
Planet Hollywood
57-60 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX

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Food Hygiene Ratings for Planet Hollywood
Hygiene Rating: 4/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Planet Hollywood
Inspected: on 12/5/17

Spaghetti House (Argyll Street)
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Food Hygiene Ratings for Spaghetti House (Argyll Street)
Hygiene Rating: 5/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Spaghetti House (Argyll Street)
Inspected: on 3/16/17

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