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A great lunch or dinner with the people you love helps to lighten moods and fill bellies! Because no matter the occasion, people love to share a great meal with their families.
Yet when it comes to choosing the right restaurant, parents have to consider what’s in the fine print of the menu. And even if we scour a large city like Sydney for that infallible choice, we would just be wasting our time! Luckily, you’ve decided right by consulting this guide to the best restaurants in Sydney for kids!
Situated on the prime King Street Wharf waterfront, Casa Ristorante Italiano is the Italian open terrace favorite for any family. The restaurant space is wide and welcoming, with sweeping communal tables and more private booths made for families of all sizes. The ‘Little Bambinos’ menu for kids is a must-try.
Glitzy and modern would be the best way to describe Blackbird. Don’t let the Cockle Bay Wharf surroundings fool you into thinking that the menu is too light. ‘Robust’ Aussie breakfast, lunch and dinner meals are all served here, and the staff are ready and able to accommodate any family.
You’ve heard of play centres with their own cafes, but have you ever been to one with a full-sized restaurant? Kids Shack brands itself as a unique play centre that comes ready with a full kitchen and cafe. Its a concept born out of the owners’ desire to create an experience where parents and their kids can connect, laugh and play together.
No Reservations View Menu 283 Homer Street, Earlwood, 2206 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (+61) 48060 6296
Barzura is more than its identity as a bar, cafe and restaurant. Its a can’t-miss spot on Coogee Beach with a sizable view of the ocean. A hit with tourists, the modern Australian joint has also become a regular spot for families with kids.
Formerly called the Ryde Park café, this quaint spot can be found in the innermost parts of the park. Quiet and loved by locals, The Grounds Keeper Cafe is known for its family-friendly food, relaxed atmosphere, and amazing Gabriel blended coffee. Its easy for the restaurant to fill up fast, so its best to make a mad dash for it during peak hours.
Rosso Pomodoro prides itself on one dish, and one dish alone: Pizza. All authentic, with the best natural ingredients, the joint focuses on the “less is more” concept. Cooked straight on stone, most of the ingredients are sourced from Italy to provide customers with a true Italian feast.
Two Good Eggs may just be a “small breakfast spot”, but people these days are willing to line up for good food. A staple for many Sydney residents, this Euro-inspired diner serves up an uncomplicated breakfast and lunch menu. It also helps that its fairly accessible to many hotels and other establishments.
Designed as a latino fusion restaurant, families can enjoy Copo Cafe and Diner’s outdoor dining area and garden. The cafe is a bit on the small side, but the staff are ready to assist much bigger families. Fans of the establishment appreciate Copo’s colourful aesthetic, diverse menu and laid back atmosphere.
Equal parts mom-and-pop restaurant and friendly pub, this is an easy choice for any family. Our Place on Darling is a homey place situated along a street populated with other inviting diners. What makes this stand out though is its orange-palette lighting, friendly staff and rooftop al fresco area.
For more kid-friendly restaurants to visit in, around or outside Sydney, look no further than our Fun Kids Guide! Find that perfect activity or destination somewhere near you.Please follow and like us: