Are you looking for child friendly restaurants in Kerry? There are so many great restaurants in Kerry to choose from, but the problem often for parents is which one will cater for all of the family. In no particular order, here’s the Mykidstime Top Ten Child Friendly Restaurants in Kerry.
In our experience buggies are rarely welcome anywhere. Some places will take buggies from you at the door, others will quite simply refuse you entry. So when possible if dining out with a young baby bring the car-seat and with an older baby or toddler you will find high chairs / booster seats in any child friendly eatery. Here’s what we think makes a restaurants child friendly.
Adam’s Bar and Restaurant, Dingle
Great Irish food in a lovely atmosphere awaits you at Adam’s Bar and Restaurant. The chowder is must try dish!
Beaufort Bar and Restaurant, Killarney
Excellent food and a favourite with families, the Beaufort Bar and Restaurant comes highly recommended. Great set price menu too!
Kenmare Bay Hotel, Kenmare
The Kenmare Bay Hotel offers a lovely family restaurant with friendly, efficient staff. They have a kids menu and play area to side of restaurant, to entertain the kids while you enjoy your meal.
Carrig Country House & Restaurant
Carrig Country House & Restaurant on the Ring of Kerry offers mouthwatering food, stunning views over Lake Carrig and a relaxed atmosphere, and is a lovely place to go for a special day out.
Finnegans Restaurant & Wine Cellar, Tralee
Finnegans Restaurant offers fine, fresh, locally sourced food which is expertly prepared and cooked every day. There’s a good selection of pasta courses too. They have highchairs available for kids.
Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant, Cromane
Jacks Coastguard Restaurant in Cromane, near the thriving town of Killorglin and the seaside resort of Glenbeigh, is family run and encompasses a traditional public house with a luxury dining restaurant. They serve award-winning seafood and have a family-friendly atmosphere.
Dannos Bar & Restaurant
Danno’s Bar in Dingle serves delicious, honest, home-cooked food, and comes well recommended. A nice beer-garden and courtyard area for when the weather allows. They are very accommodating for children and have highchairs available.
Where do you like to eat out in Kerry – please let us know in the comments section below.