Finding somewhere to eat when you’re out and about with the kids can often be a bit of a stress, so to make your visit to Liverpool a bit easier, we have done all the hard work for you and found some family friendly restaurants!

We’ve found some of the best places in the city to take the kids for something to eat that have dedicated children’s menus or places we think the kids would love. From make-your-own-pizza to free food and even menus to colour in - eating out has never been so easy. 


YARD AND COOP


The kids will love Yard and Coop - home to buttermilk fried chicken. The little ones can enjoy a main and dessert for only £5! The best bit though - you get to sit inside a chicken coop and you can colour in your menu!


GUSTO


Gusto on the Royal Albert Dock offers a great kids menu of a main meal and dessert for just £6.95 or three courses for £8.95. They can choose from all the Italian inspired dishes or choose to make their own pizza - a great way to keep the kids entertained over lunch! 


MOOSE COFFEE


Breakfast time with the kids calls for a trip to Moose Coffee on Dale Street or Hope Street. With miniature versions of Moose classics such as Mini Pancakes, Mini Waffles and the Mini Mighty, the kids will definitely be ready to tackle the day after this breakfast. 


THE QUARTER


The Quarter on Falkner Square offers the littles ones a whole menu for themselves. They get breadsticks to start a drink, can choose from a selection of pastas and pizzas and round it all off with ice cream for dessert, all for £6.50. There is even a children’s breakfast menu for if you’re looking for somewhere to eat in the morning. 


LUNYA


Spanish tapas always goes down well so we would recommend heading over to Lunya or Lunyalita with the kids to sample theirs. The children's meal deal is a great way to introduce them to tapas. Enjoy a drink, a choice of tapas, fries and a scoop of ice cream all for just £7.85. 


SMUGGLER'S COVE


Smuggler's Cove on the Royal Albert Dock is a treasure trove for the youngsters. For just £6.95 they can get a main and a dessert in this sophisticated pirate themed restaurant. Pick from cheesburger, Chicken burger, sausage and mash and lots more from their beautiful menu, there will be something to satisfy even the fussiest of eaters here! Smuggler's Cove also donate 25p from every kids meal sold to a local children's charity.


ALBERT'S SCHENKE


The kids will love their own German inspired menu at Albert's Schenke. From mini burgers to chicken schnitzel, pasta and chocolate brownies, it will be clean plates all round. With any main and a drink for £6 you can't really go wrong. 


RUDY’S PIZZA


They don’t have a specific children's menu but you can't really go wrong with pizza for the kids. Castle Street’s latest pizzeria, Rudy's has loads of different toppings they can choose from so you can all share your favorites. 

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TURTLE BAY


Turtle Bay is that good, Liverpool has two! It’s also a great place to take the kids for something to eat. The Caribbean inspired restaurant has menus for Tiny Turtles which includes all the best bits from the main menu which they can colour in too!


SMOKE & DOUGH


Smoke & Dough on the Terrace at Liverpool ONE is the perfect place for a family meal. The unique interactive American-Italian restaurant grills and serves the finest meats at your table straight to your plate. It’s like a show and dinner in one! The dedicated kids menu will also keep the younger family members satisfied too. 


VIVA BRAZIL


Viva Brazil on Castle Street let kids under 10 eat free with each full paying adult! The Brazilian restaurant has a large range of options for the kids whilst the adults can enjoy the Rodizio style of serving the best meat around. 


THE BAGELRY


For a little snack, head over to The Bagelry on Nelson Street for some rainbow bagels. The kids will love these and you can take them to go or sit in and enjoy a cup of coffee whilst resting your legs.


MOWGLI


One of Liverpool’s best loved restaurants, Mowgli, always have their doors open for the entire family. With two sites in the city, the Indian Street Food establishment is a must when visiting the city with the kids. They’ve even put together a children’s menu with some recommended choices off the fantastic main menu. 


BALTIC MARKET


The Baltic Market in the Baltic Triangle is a great place to take the whole family because of the range of different food on offer. The street food market has loads of different stalls that change all the time so you never know what you’ll find in there - the kids will love it!


TATE LIVERPOOL CAFE


For lunch mixed in with a bit of contemporary art, take the kids over to Tate Liverpool Cafe. Not only can they experience a bit of culture but kids under 12 can eat free in the cafe when an accompanying adult buys a main meal!


BRASCO LOUNGE


The Brasco Lounge on Mann Island is a great place to take the kids for lunch. With views of the waterfront and a kids menu full of options that they will love… you can't really go wrong. 


WHAT’S COOKING?


What’s Cooking? on the Royal Albert Dock has a menu for under 12’s that will be fit for the fussiest of eaters. They can choose from burgers, ribs, hot dogs, fish fingers and loads more so it’s a great place to head with the whole family for something to eat. 


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