Eat out in London with kids

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Some people say you shouldn’t take your kids to nice restaurants. Well, we disagree. London is full of excellent eateries with inventive, progressive menus that are also family-friendly, fun and fuss-free. Emmy Watts is back with expert advice on where to get both white table cloths and red ketchup. This book avoids the obvious or tired high street chains and replaces them with surprising finds that will please both tired parents and wired children alike, and where, if you want to linger over your dessert, they can tire themselves out on arcade games, bowling alleys, pinball machines and soft play. From mouth watering mezze to scrumptious street food (as well as plenty of pizzas, pastas and pancakes, of course), your little Londoners will be certified foodies in no time.

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Some people say you shouldn’t take your kids to nice restaurants. Well, we disagree. London is full of excellent eateries with inventive, progressive menus that are also family-friendly, fun and fuss-free. Emmy Watts (brilliant author of our Opinionated Guide to Kids’ London) is back with expert advice on where to get both white table cloths and red ketchup. This book avoids the obvious or tired high street chains and replaces them with surprising finds that will please both tired parents and wired children alike, and where, if you want to linger over your dessert, they can tire themselves out on arcade games, bowling alleys, pinball machines and soft play. From mouth watering mezze to scrumptious street food (as well as plenty of pizzas, pastas and pancakes, of course), your little Londoners will be certified foodies in no time.

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Weight 0.318 kg
Dimensions 20.5 × 14.3 × 1.5 cm
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