Top Child Friendly Restaurants in Cork


April 6, 2014

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Are you looking for child friendly restaurants in Cork? There are so many great restaurants in Cork 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 Cork.

A lot of the restaurants may have small dining rooms and will not look too kindly on bringing buggies into them, some may even refuse you entry! Where possible bring along a car booster seat or simply ask if the restaurant has an available baby seat.

Child Friendly Restaurants in Cork City:

Luigi Malone’s, Cork City

Luigi Malone's, Cork City

Located on Emmet Place in the heart of the shopping vicintiy, Luigi Malones welcomes families through its doors. They have a great kids menu from the usual burgers and chicken fingers to lasagne. Children’s menu costs €10 for main course, dessert and a drink.

Market Lane, Cork

Conveniently located on Oliver Plunkett Street, Market Lane offers scrumptious traditional meals for kids such as Shepherd’s Pie and roast chicken breast with mash, and they try where possible to purchase all their ingredients from the English market. They offer homemade baby bowls for smaller appetites and delicious desserts like an ice-cream snowman. Let them wash it all down with a kiddie cappucino afterwards!

Scoozis Restaurant, Winthrop Lane

Scoozis will make you feel at home providing fantastic real homemade cuisine with realistic prices for you and your family. Spaghetti bolognese, fish toes, baby bowls and pizza – the kids will be spoilt for choice. Enter the colouring competition and you could win lunch for 3!

Gourmet Burger Bistro

Located at 8 Bridge Street in the city, Gourmet Burger Bistro try to use locally sourced, organic and free-range meat. They have a varied kids menu with burgers, pasta and fish and chips. They also offer a kids meal deal of a main course, dessert and drink for €10.95.

Child Friendly Restaurants in Cork:

Barry’s of Douglas

barry's of douglas

Barry’s is busy and lively and has a lovely home away from home atmosphere. The Lounge offers kids menus and free parking, and their carvery lunch is simply delicious! At night, there is also live music.

Granville’s Restaurant, Macroom

A fantastic steak and seafood restaurant tucked away in the heart of Macroom town, Granville’s offers sumptious meals for families. The owners have small children themselves and therefore understand kids will need their meals first and offer crayons and colouring pages while you peruse the menu.

Blackrock Castle Observatory

Come to Blackrock Castle for their amazing exhibits and dine in the fabulous setting that is their restaurant, The Castle Cafe. Buggy friendly, and super efficient service, with a children’s menu that has choices to suit every child, from Shepherd’s Pie to pasta bolognese to chicken goujons.

Sage Restaurant, Midleton.

sage restaurant

Sage is a very family friendly restaurant. It is reasonably priced with lots of space and seating. The Greenroom café has a kids menu, offering chicken goujons and pasta. They also offer a toddler’s portion for several meals.

Royal Pacific Chinese Restaurant, Carrigaline.

With friendly staff and a cosy, relaxed atmosphere, you will feel very welcome at the Royal Pacific Chinese Restaurant. They serve authentic Chinese cuisine at reasonable prices. Children are well catered for with a varied menu.

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Do you have a favourite place to eat in Cork that should be on our list? Let us know in the comments below.

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Published On: April 6th, 2014 / Categories: Food and Recipes, Ireland / Last Updated: March 19th, 2021 / Tags: , , , /

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