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Family friendly restaurants in Liverpool

7 months ago

Chips, chicken nuggets, crayons; the three Cs of dining out with children. And while we’re not guaranteeing that every place on our list of family friendly restaurants in Liverpool has them all, they definitely all make kids and their parents feel welcome and at home.

Many of them have cool kids menus that are a little bit more creative than the standard sausages, beans and mash. The Catalan rarebit at Lunya for example (cheese on toast, init), and the mother butter chicken at Mowgli. Whether you’ve got a fussy eater to please, or a mini human dustbin, here are eleven fab family-friendly places to eat in Liverpool where all ages will find something to enjoy.

 

  • Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    The Restaurant Bar & Grill Liverpool

    Bars

    With its six foot chandelier and gold leaf ceiling Restaurant Bar & Grill Liverpool is one of the city’s most spectacular dining settings. A £500k refurbishment in 2021 brought to life the original features of this Grade II Listed heritage building. Now it’s one of the most photogenic backdrops in Liverpool, and the food’s not half bad too.

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  • Book Now Ropewalks

    Duke Street Market

    Bars

    Following in the footsteps of other successful models in the region, with communal dining tables and a mezzanine served by a choice of resident kitchens, this 100-year-old warehouse-turned-foodhall is one of the Ropewalks newcomers breathing life back into Duke Street.

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  • Book Now Woolton Village

    The Elephant Woolton

    Pubs

    Subheading “pub and bakehouse”, The Elephant is a Grade II-listed building (with sunny beer garden) in the leafy village of Woolton, dating back to the early 18th century, and with plenty of owners in its time, including a recent-ish brush with Simon Rimmer off of the telly.

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  • A dish from the kids menu at Club House - a family-friendly restaurant in Liverpool
    Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    The Club House

    Bars

    Part of The New World Trading Company stable of eateries and drinkeries, The Club House sits on the edge of the newly created park atop Liverpool One shopping centre, bringing seaside vibes to its sunny terrace and a white wood Hamptons feel to the inside spaces.

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  • Book Now Aigburth

    The Watering Can

    Restaurant - Global

    At the entrance to Greenbank Park, with its lake and leafy vistas, The Watering Can offers both inside and outside space, and also a bit of inside-outside space with a dining area partially covered by a conservatory-style glass roof and open panels looking out onto the green space.

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  • Kids making pizza at Gusto
    Albert Dock

    Gusto Italian Liverpool

    Bars

    With views of the water and a menu that should have something for pretty much everyone, Gusto Liverpool is a busy spot, day and night.

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  • Christmas and New Year's Eve at Piccolino
    Book Now Cavern Quarter

    Piccolino Liverpool

    Restaurant - Italian

    Piccolino Liverpool is located in a particularly grand building on Cook Street with a small but perfectly-formed terrace at the front. The impressive exterior seems appropriate because Piccolino always works well for fancy events, birthday parties and glamorous dates.

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  • The Quarter in Liverpool's Georgian Quarter
    Book Now Georgian Quarter

    The Quarter

    Restaurant - Italian

    You can’t get much more picture perfect than the cobbledy Falkner Street in the cool boho Georgian Quarter and, with its minty paint job, candy-striped canopy and European bistro-style terrace chairs, this Italian-inspired independent restaurant doesn’t let the side down.

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  • Popcorn chicken at Lu Ban - a family friendly restaurant in Liverpool
    Book Now Baltic Triangle

    Lu Ban

    Restaurant - Chinese

    High-end, inventive Tianjin region-inspired cuisine is the name of the game at Lu Ban (named after a Chinese deity and master of craft), and the chic surroundings come up to scratch – just as you’d expect from a place led by executive chef Dave J Critchley of Great British Menu fame.

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  • Tapas at Lunya, a Catalan restaurant and deli in Liverpool.
    Liverpool City Centre

    Lunya

    Deli

    World-class Catalan deli and restaurant Lunya is a wonderful place to hang out, with tapas and full-bodied meals on offer. Just don’t expect predictable options in a venue known for signature dishes like Catalan Scouse (morcilla and chorizo stew), or croquetas with oxtail and horseradish mousse.

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  • Food at Mowgli - a family-friendly restaurant in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    Mowgli Street Food Liverpool Water Street

    Restaurant - Indian subcontinent

    If you don’t know who Nisha Katona is, you’re not watching enough Celebrity MasterChef, but, to recap, she’s the founder of Mowgli, born in 2014 right here in Liverpool – the Bold Street branch is the flagship of the Indian restaurant chain of 17 restaurants nationwide and rising.

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