In many restaurants kids eat free in London , so planning a visit to London just got a whole lot easier!
Visiting London with children is undoubtedly an unforgettable experience. Not only is it possible to walk around the city, but there is an almost endless list of places to visit in London, as well as different activities and events that are held throughout the year for the little ones in the family…
To the long list of things to do for free with children in London , there are also restaurants where children eat for free in London. Yes, yes, free! As long as they are accompanied by an adult who asks for something to eat… Definitely something to keep in mind if you are going to visit London with your family and want to take care of your pocket a bit!
What will you find in this article?
- Restaurants where kids eat free in London
- Tate Modern Cafe
- Barbican Kitchen
- The Royal Greek
- Sophie’s Steakhouse
- British Museum Cafe
- Tony Roma’s
- Crown Square
- Tom’s Kitchen
- Rivington Greenwich
- Hixter Bankside
- Bodean’s Soho
- The Tasca
- More useful information for visiting London with children
Restaurants where kids eat free in London
Some restaurants offer free food for children every day, others only offer it on certain days of the week, but the common requirement is that they come with one or two adults who consume something from the menu. In any case, I recommend that you check the information on its official website (although sometimes it does not say on the website that children can eat for free) or that you ask to make sure when you are there, since although these offers are not usually temporary, you never know when. they will cease to exist. Here is a list of restaurants where children can eat for free in London:
Tate Modern Cafe
In the cafeteria of the Tate Modern Museum, children eat free at lunchtime as long as an adult orders a main course (main course) from the menu.
From Monday to Friday from 4 to 6 pm and from 12 to 6 pm on weekends, children under 10 can enjoy a free menu at this trendy London restaurant.
One of the restaurants that I would recommend to try in London, a Belgian restaurant where you can eat hamburgers and mussels. They have different restaurants in London, and the problem is that the Kids Eat Free offer is not always available for all their restaurants, so it is important to check their website before going. When the offer is available, children can eat free any day of the week before 6 p.m. as long as the adults order one of the main dishes from the menu.
One of the most popular restaurants on The Strand, kids can choose between a burger, chicken nuggets or pasta before 7pm on weekends.
Family restaurant in the Barbican Center where kids can eat for free any day of the week.
The Royal Greek
Greek chain restaurant where for every £10 spent by an adult a child’s meal is free on Sundays.
Children under 12 years old can enjoy a children’s Sunday Roast on Sundays when accompanied by two adults. Restaurant located in Covent Garden and in Chelsea.
British Museum Cafe
At the Gallery Cafe, one of the British Museum’s cafeterias, children under 12 can eat for free as long as an adult orders something from the menu.
This restaurant is famous for its meat and seafood, and here kids eat free on Sundays from 12 to 5 pm.
Located on the Southbank overlooking the London Eye, this steakhouse offers a free children’s menu when there are two adults, daily from 11.30am to 5.30pm.
This is a hotel located in Kensington, where children under 13 eat free as long as an adult orders a dish from the menu.
At Tom’s Kitchen restaurant in Canary Wharf , children under 12 eat free on weekends when at least one accompanying adult orders brunch. We really think it’s a fantastic idea for the weekend.
Kids eat free at this Greenwich restaurant Monday through Saturday, 12 pm to 7 pm. Two children under 12 years old can eat free for each adult who orders something from the menu.
A few meters from London Bridge we find this restaurant that also offers free food to children every day, from 12 to 6 pm.
It is an American restaurant, famous for its barbecue-style food, where children eat free every day from 12 to 5 pm as long as there is an adult ordering something from the menu.
Chain of Spanish food restaurants where one child under 8 years old can eat something free from the children’s menu on Sundays for each adult who orders something worth at least £10.
More useful information for visiting London with children
If you are going to visit London, take a look at our other articles about visiting London with children, where we tell you which restaurants are special to eat in London with children, what transport tickets are needed to use public transport with children, what to see in London with children…