If the school holidays are approaching and you are planning to go for a family outing, hearing questions like 'Where should we eat at?' has the highest hits on the list of questions that are asked frequently. Thus, it is not surprising that parents swarm like kids on a pinata that has just fallen when they learn of an eatery that goes above and beyond to keep whole family happy and satisfied. Does that sound good? Try adding the following family friendly dining spots in Sydney that you can visit when the school holidays arrive!
Located in 36-37a Copeland Street, Alexandria, the cafe and bistro has firmly established itself as Sydney's local icon and one of the city's best cafes that serve food with five-star ratings at cafe prices. Bitton Cafe is also kid-friendly, with a kids menu and a toy-filled play area located in the back terrace section. The play area is situated close by where parents can watch out for their kids while enjoying a cup of coffee at the same time.
Located at Ryde Park, 30 Argyle Avenue, Ryde, The Grounds Keeper Cafe is situated in an inner suburban sanctuary and is a small cafe that is growing at a rapid pace. Since its transformation from Ryde Park cafe to the cafe it is now, locals from Ryde have been thrilled to enjoy their favourite park, while indulging in home-made savoury treats, well-blended coffee and other decadent delights. The cafe is owned by Sam Hayek, who focuses on providing locals a place to enjoy quality coffee and food in a beautiful and relaxed environment. Also, the cafe is perfect for families, friends to enjoy big group breakfasts or lunches.
Located at 378 Great North Road, Abbotsford, Prato Cafe & Diner is set amongst picturesque gardens and is also situated in the heritage listed community hall where Abbotsford Nesle factory site once resided. Prato Cafe & Diner has a big sunny veranda coupled with alfresco seating and has big communal tables that can cater to bigger groups.
At Prato, they utilise organic and quality free range ingredients. Food is prepared on-site, including all their smoked goods such as trout, speck, ham and bacon. Prato also aims to provide their patrons a relaxed and casual dining experience in a friendly and family-like atmosphere. Not only is it kid-friendly, it is wheelchair accessible as well.
Located at Regent Place, 501 George Street, Sydney, Chefs Gallery provides foodies the chance to experience Chinese cuisine like no other. It presents an exceptional menu of masterpieces from all corners of China. It is simply an explosion of exciting and fresh flavours that will not fail to spice up your tastebuds. At Chefs Gallery, they embrace the Chinese cultural practice of sharing meals, which is perfect for family dine-outs. Don't forget to give the signature Chefs Gallery handmade noodles a try and you can see them as they are prepared behind the glass-walled kitchen.
Located at 665-667 Anzac Parade, Maroubra, Kokoroya Japanese Sushi Dining is the best place to relax and dine at. The restaurant is spacious and includes private group arrangements for private functions, birthday parties, and other events. They even come with a built-in kids area. Kokoroya is open at lunch and dinner, serving quality Japanese menu with drinks such as mock-tails, cocktails, wine and traditional sake. Kokoroya's chef also introduces new and special menus every month. Parking is readily available and if you plan to travel by public transport, it is just three meters away from the Sydney bus stop.
Located at 1 Hamilton Road, Fairfield, Green Peppercorn invites you to a Lao and Thai restaurant that offers a feast that is pleasing to the eyes before you even taste it. Decorated with birdcage lights that hang from the ceiling, golden statues and a life-sized tuk-tuk, you get to dine with your loved ones in a relaxing dining setting. Green Peppercorn continually strives to prepare authentic Lao and Thai cuisine, putting their inspiration from the streets and markets of Laos and Thailand to good use. They always cook with premium and quality produce that is sourced locally.
At Bus Charter, we would recommend that you hire a minibus for group travel in and around Sydney. This makes it much convenient to get to any family friendly dining spots in the city, and you can also use a minibus hire to explore other attractions after a fulfilling meal!