Family friendly dining in London & Kent

Since having my little boy Squidly almost two years ago, I have realised how very different it is to go out for something to eat and drink. Living in Kent, I assumed that we’d be surrounded by lots of family friend pubs, restaurants and cafes with open spaces for kids to run around while the adults could kick back for a little R&R, but have found that isn’t necesarly the case. It’s a rare thing to find somewhere that has not only the facilities, space and patience for a toddler but also one that also serves good quality food and nice vino or G&T to boot (because lets face it, after a night of teething, a swift one’s the only thing that’s going to keep you sane!).

So, welcome to my new page – where I’ll be reviewing the places that I’ve discovered along the way that I feel are child/family friendly. I have tried to provide listings of the things that I feel are of use but please feel free to ask any further questions, or if you have a suggestion for other things that would be good for me to include in the reviews just leave a comment below.

KENT REVIEWS: 

The Bull’s Head, Chislehurst 

Afternoon Tea 

afternoon tea at the bull's head chislehurst

The Bull’s Head has recently undergone a major refurbishment. Their once dark red wood boothed restaurant to the rear of the building has been turned in to a beautiful…Read the full review >>

The Bull Hotel, Wrotham 

Smoke house

The Bull Pitt meat platter, WrothamLast summer I was invited along to review the new ‘Bull Pitt’ – a smokery that had opened within the Bull Hotel. This year I was invited back, with toddler in tow…Read the full review >>

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